about many of the important ideas that we wrestle with in college. Aiding the less fortunate is more than just feeding them out of pity, guilt, or even social obligation; it is about apprenticing him in your trade; teaching him to be his own businessman and creating healthy competition, either with him as a partner trading outward. This help can come in many forms, and does not always have to involve either a church or the state. It starts with a wonderful, humorous touch, but describes vividly and movingly the young boy's first experience with death and with personal responsibility. This was a nicely written piece. Sadly though, helping hands are not always welcome. The grueling two points that I had won already had not been enough. It does so by appealing to a certain kind of equality equality not of resources, but of respect.
Everyone should be helped and treated equally. He didn't have. The day was a blur. This is the nobles obligation to his people. And then it hit. It is a non-partisan egalitarianism. My understanding of my new environment was aided tremendously by my ability to speak French, and was subsequently one of the best gifts I brought back from my four year stay in Switzerland. Her face contorted into a grimace of disgust as she and her friend continued to complain that Americans had no culture, that they never learned another language, and that their inferior customs were spreading throughout Europe like an infectious disease. My opponent's name was John Doe. Societies exist for a purpose. I realize that it is necessary to risk failure in order to gain success. Traveling throughout Europe was like a trip with Gulliver: it gave me the ability to look inside myself and discern my country's faults as well as its numerous strengths.