The Chrysalids: A Comparative Analysis

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In today’s society and the Chrysalids, people are too afraid to make changes because changes can cause trouble. A quote by Albert Einstein says “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot change without changing our thinking.” This quote describes the world in real life and the Chrysalids. This world has been created because of us, humans. As time goes on, individuals start to pursue a better lifestyle and more freedom. In order to do these things, human beings need to make changes in the world. The thinking of people is so unpleasant sometimes that worse things can occur. In both societies, the thinking of people is so careless that changes frighten them.

The world we have today and the world in the Chrysalids are both changing negatively. Like the quote said “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking.” Our thinking is so straightforward that the world is deteriorating in many ways. To
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First of all, there are negativities throughout both societies. The lack of freedom terminates a lot of rights like the right to be different, or choose what is right, or to be yourself. Moreover, people that have more power can take benefits while enforcing rules on lower-ranking human beings. Also, the idea of war and conflict causes negativity. Second of all, the thinking of people is very corrupt. The worst thinking is othering other human beings that may look or act differently. Another thinking is isolation, where a certain group is isolated. And the final thinking is religious beliefs that caused people to believe in negative actions. Last of all, people are too afraid of changes. Mistakes, fear of the unknown, and lack of self-confidence refrained people from making changes. The horrible thinking of people and the fear to make changes negatively impact both
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