Sunday, September 14, 2014

Anthem, by Ayn Rand [Line Illuminator]

Anthem, by Ayn Rand [Line Illuminator]
by: Mathaus Silva

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"What is not thought by all men cannot be true"

I totally disagree with this quote because if something wasn't invented yet, how would someone imagine that, so then someone can go and invent it. Remember, the quote isn't just one person, it says "all men". For you to get an idea in your head of what this quote is saying, I'll give you an example. Everybody in this world would have to think about this sport called soccer, or else it wouldn't exist. This doesn't make sense at all. But on the other hand, if everybody never thought about it, you don't have an idea in your head about what the thing will be like. So it's a very discussable question. 







"And we thought suddenly that there was a great satisfaction to be found in the food which we need to obtain by our own hand."



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I totally agree with this quote, because it's a great feeling when you do something hard by yourself. Even if it's a small thing like riding a bike, or a big thing like saving the world versus aliens by yourself. In the story, food was never a problem for Equality. She never thought she would have to work hard in order to get food. And when she did, she felt satisfied in doing it alone.




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