Summary Of ' The Words Of Albert Camus ' Essay

1789 Words Dec 6th, 2016 8 Pages
Situations in life often elicit for change, whether it is growing through life or making the decision to conform or shy away from “societies norms.” As anything in life these both call for change, whether it is a change in attitude or mood, things such as these are major influential factors. In the words of Albert Camus, “In order to exist, man must rebel, but rebellion must respect the limits that it discovers in itself - limits where minds meet, and in meeting, to exist”, his words illustrate a very profound meaning, but it is simply stating is, a person if we ‘live’ searching for meaning or the meaning of life, we will never live. We live in a society where we have the ability to choose and to make decisions, which often or not lead to rebellion. Whether we are talking about corruption, economic issues or other issues that we constantly face in todays society if we do not stand for something, we will fall for anything as n society. Rebels are not people who stand for something and fall, but they stand for what they believe in to making a change they believe is essential for society’s growth. Education is not only an essential need for life, but also it is a key for growth as an individual as well as a key component to society. In the words of Carl Rogers, “The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.” … This quote comes off as a paradox, and although, it may seem as so its powerful…

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