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Caring & Patience

I will present a comparison between being caring and patient and our selected narrative, Self-Reliance, by Ralph Waldo Emerson. In the essay, Emerson introduces a self-reliant way of thinking, in which humans are meant to learn the ways of independence and being able to develop in an influence-free environment.  He comments that not being self-reliant is a betrayal of one’s human nature and kills every inch of individuality, and also going against the ways of society. He even goes as far as to reject religious traditions because they are what is thought of correct and not what one really desires, but what is brought upon us. From this, we can infer that he is not amicable with depending too much on people, but this can’t mean to derive oneself from all human relations. He reflects by this on not being held back by people and to do what you truly want, because that is the basis of your traits and what your personality, and therefore, nature as a human, consists of. Caring for someone m…

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