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Society in America has greatly bastardized the words of individualism pretentious selfishness and ego It is tough for me to recall the amount of times I hear Its not good to be better than anyone else and You have to sacrifice yourself for society because the happiness of everyone else is more important than your own happiness Those who iterate those words make far greater transgressions than Jefferson and even Brother the man who murdered MrGrope Because its those men and women who are the usurpers of freedom destroyers of dreams and thieves of humanity For it is through the greatly tarnished words selfishness egoism and individualism that it is ever possible for Jefferson to become a man and accomplish what a society couldnt imagine possible become a hero The key to manhood is solely individualism Individualism is A mans spirit is his self That entity which is his consciousness To think to feel to judge to act are functions of the ego- Ayn Rand The Fountainhead Individualism requires of a person the ideals of desire emotion and convictions Desire is simply the ability to want or enjoy something Emotions are the feelings and thoughts that you have for people events or ideas which include can love or hate Convictions are your beliefs of what is worth fighting for and what is right and wrong That is the basic template for being a man The road to becoming a hero requires much more though As former General Norman Schwarzkopf said The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do The hard part is doing it To become a hero is to stand up for your beliefs and for those you care about even nobler is to be willing to fight or even die for your convictions or those people who you hold dear Such a trial isnt easy as Jefferson would put it Yall asking a lotGaines 222 With
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