I Love Ayn Rand

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    I just finished reading 'Anthem'. It is trully a masterpiece. I am having a particularlly hard time figuring out who i am. This book i would highly recomend it to angsty teenagers. I am not saying anyone should take it as bias, but it does put some perspective to the world.
    sayonaranow sayonaranow
    18-21, F
    1 Response Dec 6, 2012

    Sometimes in my life I have felt on the edge of

    nothingness. Then I pick up The Fountainhead or Atlas Shrugged. Somewhere out there someone thinks as I do. We may be few and far between but we exist. We live like no one else is capable. We are who we are. Faults and all.
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    1 Response Feb 3, 2014

    I read fountainhead and I relate myself

    so much with it .. On what I feel for things I do in life and what is important for me is the beautiful work i do rather than any other thing...
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    May 16, 2014

    There have been so many instances

    where i've come across people who think she was a sociopath and didn't have any empathy, but they fail to mention that all she advocated about was simply following reason, doing what you are really good at so that you don't have to beg to be considered but are only considered on...
    Hamirr Hamirr
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Jan 24, 2014

    Atlas Shrugged

    I am currently 2/3 of the way through "Atlas Shrugged." It's an amazing book with thought inducing values. I totally agree with the non collectivism attitude-and it promotes individualism.
    Hatter4 Hatter4
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Sep 8, 2013

    She is my hero. If I were to want to aspire to

    ressemble another person in any way it would be Ayn. A brilliant, complicated mind. Someone who believes in true freedom and embraces life. I thank her for her brilliance and her contribution to society and, on a much smaller scale, my own life.
    louisthepearl louisthepearl
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Jul 11, 2014
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