The Compassion In Jean Twenge's The Army Of One: Me

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The compassion is one of the founding human values. Ones can argue that terminology aside; compassion is deeply entangled with the human love. As love itself, compassion originates within our hearts, not from our minds, but more than anything else determines who we are as humans. Coincidentally, all world religions pay special attention to the love and particularly the love of God. Because loving God requires loving all of its creation. To love is to give, and be giving you become part of the whole. In the essay “The Army of One: Me” Jean Twenge explores the history of the American individualism and how its evolution altered a way we place ourselves and the world around us.

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