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A Paradise Not Too Far Away Community identity stability that is the motto of Brave New World These are the basics of building a perfect world and something that we dont have in the real world I would really love to live in this fantasy world A place where people love themselves no matter what they do The World State is very stable and you dont have to be concerned about anything because you have all the freedom you need to do whatever you please This utopia is also worry-free and practically no emotions are involved It contains what I need in order live happily and have fun with no problems What if the enhancements of science can make a homeless person happy because he is homeless It is true in Brave New World everyone loves his or her job and you are never taken away from what you love Oh roof the Epsilon-Minus Semi-Moron repeated in a voice of rapture He was as though suddenly and joyfully awakened from a dark annihilating stupor Huxley 52 This clearly shows that this person loves his ever-so-boring job This is the same for everyone no matter their caste This creates harmony in the community A harmonized society where no one can disrupt the destiny of a civilian that has been enhanced by man with the help of science This way we can have all humans being very happy and faithful to the environment and this is only the beginning of a perfect world Mustapha Mond states Stability The primal and the ultimate need Huxley 38 Making stable grounds is an impossible thing in our normal world but in the novel it was made easy With the help of science almost anything is possible Predestining people make them be a productive part of the community The miracles of hypnopaedia and predestination combined help the controllers to create mass amounts of workers which are so
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