Lastly, we devalue elders and their wisdom by refusing to hear what they have to say, just as the people of Fahrenheit 451 ridiculed and criticized those who were knowledgeable about the world before the “purge” and refused to have a blind pulled over their eyes. In conclusion, throughout Fahrenheit 451, the social standard consisted of a lack of deep relationships with others and a blind acceptance of society’s norms. Outliers, such as Clarisse, who wanted more than what was fed to them through the “funnels,” were thought to be rebellious and antisocial. However, though Bradbury’s depiction of this society may appear far-fetched, it still bears similarities to our own civilization and social
Also, the evidence seems reasonable, but does not support that the Socs have a more difficult life because the Socs could have talked to their parents and explain what he felt. The Socs would also use, “ You get a little money and the whole world hates you.”( Hinton, 1965, pg.117) The opposing idea is not correct because if the Socs actually felt that the whole world hated them, they should have done something good with their money, instead of spending it on themselves. Also, the opposing side is wrong because the Socs could have solved this struggle by giving some money away. The greasers just wanted to live their life, but everyday they had to deal with the Socs, money, and being judged. The greasers struggles matter because it shows us the real cruelty of the world, of what some people have to go through in life.
Where John is from it is not ok for people to have more than one partner so he is very upset when Lenina tries to do this. In our everyday society many many people would frown upon this, it is not exactly socially acceptable. John proceeds to get very mad and Lenina has no idea why because to her it is a very normal thing to do. 5. “We don’t want to change.” (Huxley 224).
If one can simply obtain the next new item, they believe they will be more socially accepted and will be overall happier. “Materialism reflects the importance people attach to “worldly possessions, which occupy “a central place” in their lives and “provide the greatest sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction” (Christopher). To resolve this materialistic society, we must first address the main problems, which are personal characteristics such as pride, greed, and jealousy. “If someone is bombarded with images or reminders of wealth, such an abundance of investment banks nearby or neighbors driving luxury cars, they are likely to feel a need to spend money they may not have to project an image of wealth they don't actually possess” (Howell) Materialism is not only caused within the human body, it is demonstrated in everyday
They think the quality of their life doesn 't matter after that very moment. The reason I have done so well, and continue to do well, is because I understand that often doing things I don 't want to do will get me farther in life. No successful person got to where they are just by sitting around. I understand that my life matters, and to get the most out of it, I have to try my hardest to get where I want to be. This is a reason I will be a valuable member of the NAU Honors College, because I won 't ever let something arbitrary get in the way of my education.
But others note that since these individual are not highly educated, have less resources; and little money; they take advantage of our government system more than others. This causing our National deficient to rise putting our country in a financial crisis; which could have been avoided by requiring them to contribute to the expenses each of us endure. “As a result, many Americans believe that immigrants don’t share an equal burden of the expenses they incur, especially at the local level” (Wood, 2009 as cited in Jones, ASID, IIDA, IDEC, and Phyllis Sloan Allen, 2009, p. 79). But actually this is far from the truth, many immigrants such as us do pay their way through society, paying the same cost as we do as United States Citizens; such as taxes. They take on jobs that others refuse to work, receive little or no training; and given the lowest possible pay scale acceptable by law; even though America promised so much more.
As a result, people do not choose what they want in life. But Lao Tzu advises, “In work do what you enjoy” (938). We tend to do things we have no interest in for multiple reasons. Some of us want to earn large amounts of money and we choose a job we have no passion in. This directs us to work with miserable hearts.
In the search for peace, the world has realized that the abilities to maintain a very great peace is to just be a starting place. We have power-hungry people that want nothing but to make other 's lives seem less important than theirs. My answer to the situation is a very easily accomplishable thing to do, but people just won 't give up being a famous or notable person. The world has come a long way from where it once used
And a disabled person’s ambition is like all other human beings, the looks of pity and compassion negatively affect that ambition. People should embrace the disabled person and give them a helping hand, and they should have laws, which defend their rights, which should be respected. However, most societies do not have laws that ensure an equal life for the disabled population. It is a shame that the rights of the disabled people has turned many times to mere slogans. As the statistics shown above say, disabled people are considered an embarrassment to be around and considered unproductive people, and therefore are excluded from their society.
There are a lot of people in this world who think that they are not really living their lives to the fullest. They feel like they are wasting their time doing something they don 't like, with someone they don 't want to be with, and for the society they don 't agree with. It can be a little depressing when you think about it. But it may just b about how you look at things. If you look at the glass as half full then maybe your perspective in life will change and you will try to live your life the way you to.
Many people are not happy with the things they own because it is “too much” of they have and it is not worth keeping it. However, they have spent money on it therefore, they cannot throw it out easily or they could have stored memories within it. Similarly, in the article “The Class Politics of Decluttering” by Stephanie Land, published on July 18, 2016, suggests how Marie Kondo’s tidying up methods do not give joy. Land explains how throwing away things make you sad because they are not only the things which require space, but the memories that you have created with them. Land defines nostalgia as a sad emotion because she has to throw away her stuff to have enough space in her house.
Those small businesses are the ones that sometimes do a lot for us that being we need them. But the ones that are able to stand and stay going are not going to really want to hire. And if they do there might not be insurances, or good stuff to it. It highly discourages them to hire. Owners that still would hire are not going to hire low skilled and are going to make it hard for the high skilled.
"Shelters out here are not shelters, they 're sometimes worse than the streets. A lot of people don 't want to go to the shelter because they 've got to worry about people stealing stuff. People have knives and guns. And I 'm supposed to feel some sort of safe haven?" The shelters aren 't what they 're meant to be.