Part 1 & 2
"WE ARE ONE IN ALL AND ALL IN ONE. THERE ARE NO MEN BUT ONLY THE GREAT _WE_, ONE, INDIVISIBLE AND FOREVER" (Rand 2). This line to me tells what the book is based about. The people in the book live to this saying. When ever they are tempted they repeat it to themselves. I choose this line because I thought that since it was in all caps, and the people seem to live by it that it was very important. And without that line, I would be confused about what the point of their community was. The picture below to me symbolizes the quote, because it represents that all the people together are holding hands like they are united. Such as in the book they are united, they are 'one in all, and all in one.'
"It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them" (Rand 4). This line to me is trying to get the point that they can't be different from each other, and that in no possibility one cannot be better or higher ranked than the other. The teachers would use this line, to tell to the students that thought what they were learning was to easy. I bet you are wondering why the teachers would tell the students this. They told the students this because it was a great sin, "To be born with a head which is too quick" (Rand 4). The students would try to fight against the curse, but it wouldn't work. Equality 7-2521, was one of the students that thought what they were learning was easy. So because of that, he wasn't happy in the years that he was at the Home of the Students.