Equality's Motivation According To Rand

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Equality 's Motivation In the beginning the three most important motivations were Equality 's motivation to be a scholar, his drive, and his tunnel. Equality is a very smart man who thinks he has a curse. According to Rand "We know not why our curse makes us seek we know what, ever and ever."(Pg. 24) Equality is okay with being a street sweeper, even though he knows that he could be much more than just a street sweeper. Equality is driven to be like his fellow brothers. According to Rand "We strive to be like all our brother men, for all men must be alike. Over the portals of the Palace of the World Council, there are words cut in the marble...we repeat it to ourselves, but it helps us not."(Pg. 34) Equality wants to keep his tunnel a secret because he feels like it 's his tunnel and doesn 't want to share his tunnel. According to Rand "This place is ours...and if we ever surrender it, we shall…show more content…
What do you think the world would be like if everyone has the same motivation as Equality? I think there would be a lot of people who are very determined because Equality always accepts what he 's told with no complaints. According to Rand "We were happy. We knew we had been guilty, but now we have a way to atone for it."(Pg. 26) They would be technologically advanced because Equality finds more manuscripts and can create more technology with the manuscripts. According to Rand "May knowledge come to us".(Pg. 90). There would be a lot of hard workers because Equality is going to have to farm and hunt to produce food for his family. According to Rand "Here, on this mountain, I and my sons and my chosen friends shall build our new land and our fort. And it will become as the heart of the earth, lost and hidden at first, but beating, beating louder each day...and the day will come when I shall break all the chains of the earth, and raze the cities of the enslaved, and my home will become the capital of a world where each man will be free to exist for his

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