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To peer into the heart of identity is to look into the soul of the self To deny any stigma one would oblige to refute integrity Ultimately the catharsis of this must be the rationalization that to quote the bible every man or woman falls short No human is perfect People often assume that because they travel through the monotony of the mundane they are normal Everyone has a quirk Quirks are what form identity whether they be large or small Miriam Peskowitz illustrates that identities can be bounded in her essay Moses Wilderness Tabernacle Ownership of the self defines itself in one word perception Not others observations upon the person but self-evaluation Identity is malleable moveable upon request Haircuts are a simple change trans- sexuality is a tad more drastic Consequently humans act differently to different people Where the dilemma occurs is at the level of the populace No one can of moderate stature has control of others immediate response toward their person To assume that every one of every race and every creed can live together harmoniously would be at least pretentious Ergo it is impossible to grade anyone on any level For instance a heterosexual male calling a homosexual male a fag This would not only be stereotypical but it would also be a scrupulous injustice to the self This would implicate the individual to not only a close-minded demeanor but also a hypocritical disposition A person with an iota of propriety would be appalled at such a blatantly offensive attitude To place a stigma on any person simultaneously places a stigma on the self Coherent thought through the course of identity can introduce feelings or reverence as well as fear To have such parody of something is mildly ironic Peering inward can lead to mild delirium How could someone with a significant stigma a cripple possibly judge their actions based on the actions of someone that is normal If that person
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