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The human life is a meaningless mass of confusion We were made helpless we will die helpless Part of us is always tugging in a different direction Nothing in a humans life is free final or constant Due to the fact that human actions are so inconstant life is a mass of confusion All humans were born helpless into this world and will die helpless to the world As soon as we depart from our mothers womb we arrive in a place in which anything can happen to us Thousands of diseases can attack the human body daily many of which can kill a person provided they are not given the proper medical attention However even with the best of medical care and a persons body will always start to fall apart By the time they reach death they are as helpless as a newborn baby There is always part of a human conscience tugging in a different direction All this tugging is better known as free will Humans always have the option to do whatever they want to do It is moral standards and trained ideals that hold the world in relative order Without moral standards and ideals the world would be in complete chaos People would have no idea how to behave in any situation and there would be nothing to tell them not to do something However with moral standards and trained ideals in place people break rules knowingly and can be justly punished for their actions However people still are able to break rules be it for good or for bad Regardless of the choice that is at hand there is a good choice and a bad choice It then becomes a question of character as to which direction of tugging a person will yield to Nothing in a humans life is free final or constant Everything is either forced because of moral standards and trained ideals or it is a
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