Tragedy In Robyn Schneider's The Beginning Of Everything

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In The Beginning of Everything, Robyn Schneider states, “if everything really does get better, the way everyone claims, then happiness should be graphable. But that’s crap, because better isn’t quantifiable.” end quote. The reason is because not one person is best at one subject, sport, or provision. We forget how easily everything can go to hell just as easily as a second goes by. This is referred to as a tragedy. As defined by Webster, tragedy is, an event causing great suffering, destruction, and/or distress, such as a serious accident, crime, or natural catastrophe. Robyn links tragedy to destiny in her book. Maybe, what all of you have gone through was meant to be. That it was a part of your destiny to be wronged. Well, do you know what…show more content…
Valuing materials, killing off creatures by the thousands, dreams left to waste, people giving their lives to a “probable cause.” Let’s face it, the world as we know it, will not be like it was today. No matter what we do, whether we smoke, eat, drink, sleep, fight, lose, love, we all die. Even sadder, approximately one million people die due to suicide each year on this planet. That’s one person every 40 seconds. A person who lost him/herself, that’s a tragedy already, but when that person took their own life, that tragedy is now shared. You see, people are already suffering, 62% of girls feel insecure about themselves, 33% of guys are also insecure with themselves and both still growing into problematic ratios. To be unhappy with yourself or your own life is already leading to tragedy. To lose yourself just to be someone everyone wants you to be is not the answer, so why worry about what other’s see in you. When a person is insecure, the mindset has then molded itself to insecurity. Which can lead to becoming an introvert or false flamboyancy, don’t get me wrong, a lot of us needs time to ourself from time to time, but many people, even in a crowd of their own friends feel as if they suffer alone. Thus, we only have each other to catch the signs of the multi-lingual tragedy; however, let me speak of one that many of us may have
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