February 14, 2012
Have you ever been more admired at a person who lives far from you than a person who is close to you? I tend to agree with Margaret Mead’s analysis in several ways .The three different ideas why I agree with her analysis are when a person lives far away, people believe in different ways, and I won’t care as much. Those are my reasons why I agree with her analysis.
The first reason why I agree with the analysis is because the person who had a great success lives far away from me. If that person lives far away I would be happy for them because they wouldn’t live near me, if they did I wouldn’t celebrate because he would be a friend and I would get mad. For example if my friend had won a lottery and I found out, I would feel sad because I haven’t won and he is near me. The person who lives far away would have a different effect on me like I explained and I would celebrate. The second reason why I agree is because people like me believe in different things.
The second reason why I agree with the analysis is because I believe that my friends shouldn’t deserve what they earn. For example if my friend is bad and he won something I would feel mad. He wouldn’t deserve it because he misbehaves and is a bad person. If I tried winning something and I failed I would feel sad because I am a good person. I believe only people who get stuff or win stuff or earn stuff should only get it if they behave and follow rules and are good people. The third reason why I believe is because I wouldn’t care as much.
The third reason why I agree is because I wouldn’t care as much. If I was in the situation that someone in my school had won two free prom tickets I would care because those are important to me and I wouldn’t celebrate. I wouldn’t celebrate because the prom tickets were meant for me and the girl I would be taking....