One bad habit I still struggle with Is negativity. This sometimes slows me down. However, I want to challenge this by believing staying out of my comfort zone and I seeing what I could achieve. I will rise above the noise by holding true to my personal values while still being willing to reevaluate anything that is not working . Because I know that what I do matters just as much as what I say, I make sure to not only speak up about my values, but to live them out every day.
I am the type of person who always wants to please everyone else, I rarely ever even think about pleasing myself. I am trying my best to worry less about pleasing everyone, and worrying about what other people think about me. I have so much more to worry about than the opinion of someone, who has no effect on who I am. I am not afraid of much, I am more afraid of failure more than anything else. I am not scared of success itself, but I am afraid of what I will have to go through to be able to become successful.
These final words of Candide are not ones to retreat from politics or philosophy, they are simply a new interpretation of how to handle the “bad” and ugly in the world. Rather than dismissing philosophy altogether, it only denies that no matter what the best possible world will be there waiting for us. We cannot just sit around and waste time hoping that the “best” will be there for us, we have to take the first step and work for it. Basically stating that we cannot be living in our best possible world without putting in at least some effort and work. As for it being in a political standpoint, Voltaire only speaks the truth on how our civilizations are ran and what the authorities do about it.
In our life, there are periods of challenges that we must face, but the real challenge is how we grow and learn from overcoming them. Being naive children, we believed that life was simplistic and effortless. Well, we were wrong, we can only yearn for life to be easy. Growing up, we continue to face countless hurdles that only get bigger and bigger. My life, in particular, has been filled with numerous up and downs.
Whenever people are caught in a dilemma, they always do what protects their reputation. The first thought that comes to mind is which decision will benefit them the most. However, ignoring the disadvantages presented by the dilemma could lead to further consequences. People do not commit to what they truly believe in, but rather make a decision based off of how everyone else would see them. This is seen in The Crucible by Arthur Miller.
The miserable truth is that, amid this age, we won 't. Individuals were conceived in an unexpected way, and it 's just human to strike back adversely to things or individuals we aren 't utilized to. Researchers accept there is the inclination in all creatures to specifically save their own kind even at the cost of an alternate creature compose, which is fundamentally what caused bigotry, also partiality when all is said in done. As mankind advances, our state of mind turns out to be more intricate, as does our general surroundings. The qualities we once had aren 't overlooked, however supplanted with new esteems as our old courses cover up in the back of our brains. In spite of the fact that they are available and may re-develop if an adjustment in life conditions rings them, they are not any more the predominant.
People have to act accordingly to their obligations regardless of the positive or negative outcome of their actions. According to deontologists, it is wrong to kill, to steal, to lie, and it is right to keep promises and to help people. One should not lie about anything even though that lie could save a lot of lives. In addition, one should not perform a prohibited action even though it could bring uncountable benefits to society (Kant’s Deontological ethics). Deontology is the opposite of consequentialism.
Instead, people would be encouraged to achieve their dreams and those dreams would be supported by other community members. When an individual loses respect from others, they lose passion and motivation as well. Without this motivation, no monumental discoveries or actions would have been made to make this world what it is today. Despite the flaws society possesses, without the amount of respect that is present today, the world would be filled with chaos and
Do not fear Martial Law, welcome it because in the long run, it is protecting your Constitutional rights. Why are so many not intelligent enough to see that? From what I can see, Martial Law should be hoped for if things become ugly. To not want Martial Law is to say you want to take the law into your own hands.” According to this statement, Martial Law is our future.
It’s not the destination that counts, but the journey itself. Maybe life is full of heartaches, struggles, and things that will definitely make you curse your existence but don’t let these tear you down. I am from a broken family. I know how painful it was to check that box “Separated” in every form I had accomplished. Instead of having tattoos, doing drugs and engaging into troubles because of my situation, I’ve made my family my motivation to achieve my dreams in life.
My Declaration of Independence When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary to completely abolish my doubt. I will not let the pressure consumed by doubt suppress me from living my life. Doubt has already altered my life so much but I will not give in anymore. I hold these truths to be self-evident that as a person my life should not be delayed because the doubt adapted by me and the people around me.
As they always say, two wrongs do not make a right. Nevertheless, I like the example that you give at the end.
We are often told that it’s ok to be different. My younger version would definitely agree. Growing up Indian, I had the benefit of teachers repeating instructions a bit louder and slower. I never worried about getting injured on the baseball field, because I got to sit on the bench. My parents never had to worry about driving me to sleepovers, though I was seemingly friends with everyone in school.
Loving Your Ground Growing up, I was always the odd one out. With my almond eyes and olive skin, I was an alien compared to the rest of my family with their blue eyes and dirty blonde hair. Although I would always tell myself that I am no different than everyone else, I was and I knew it. As I got older, I constantly denied myself from accepting who I really was which caused so much doubt and distress, even anger. More confused than ever, I turned to God, my friends and my family to help me on my journey of self acceptance, where, in the end, I learned to love who I am and love my ground.