"I am done with the monster of "We," the word of serfdom, of plunder, of misery, falsehood and shame. And now I see the face of god, and I raise this god over the earth, this god whom men have sought since men came into being, this god who will grant them joy and peace and pride.
This god, this one word: "I." "
I think his photo image really describes how this book is because these three words are the most important words in this book because if we go back through this whole book not only was the society a place where everybody was the same. Like in the book "The Giver" where everything is we and everybody has the same. It is very similar to this book because not only until the last to chapters was the "Golden One" talking about the importance of having these one or two specific words. Which are I and Me. Also this book is trying to tell us that the word I and me are bigger than they appear to us in everyday life and how important they are, because if whenever had those two words than everybody would be the same. So you would get the same house as I do, and you would have the same phone that I have, and you have the same of everything I have. So the author is trying to say what is the point in life is there is no differences in us. To just think about saying the word same and we and us everyday and there was no such thing as I or me. Which this is why the Author wrote this book and this is why I chose to do my drawing this way.