Reflection On Glennary Ross

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I often thing that at times in life it is not about what is right or what is wrong. In the end it is all about what is right and what should be. This them begs the question of what a person does in the end, or how they see the situation; Is it an opposition of good and bad, or good and what should be?
Human being are often lost. This is true and can also be seen in my attempt of reflection in short discourse. Humans are often looking for direction; it is for this reason that there are certain structures in the world that allows for that sense or essence of placement.
These structures give human creatures something to follow. In following this there is that certain reach for a level of achievement in having kept to whatever role or responsibility that was a person is entrusted with. There is the feeling of fulfillment in following a duty given to man. These structures are existing to be a guiding factors for humans, as sort of commandment or determinants of where and what man should be or be doing. And as man, there is still this capability for reason and capability of free will to do whatever man chooses. It is at these times that these structures give man a point of decision, a point for deliberation.
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The whole office hates his guts, he’s the antagonist and out of all the characters in the movie he is the one who actually follows his job the best that he could. Moreover, Williamson is the one faced with the most opposition when it came to his job, he was made to choose whether or not he wants to help his officemates or just keep on just following what his job entails that he does. Technically, he was following the maxim which is to do his job as well as he could, as should the rest and every employee in an organization. Not that Roma and the others are not what they ought to do – to get their job done because as employees that is what should be
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