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When All Hope Is Lost: the Definition of Truth

Summary: Discusses the loss of hope, faith and truth in the lives of modern Americans, using references to Plato.
Though the object of man's gaze rests solely upon image, there is more to a man than his appearance. Through the eyes of a man, you can see his soul. You can look deep inside his spirit, to see the love, hate, and despair that controls him. Some souls are near nothing, with mere flickering matches keeping them alive. Other souls are raging fires that nothing, not death itself, can put out. But those kind of souls are rare.

The way one chooses to live his life is a reflection of his soul. One who is pure of mind, body, and spirit, is more likely to succeed. On the other hand, one who is lacking in truth and faith, is going to lead a less fulfilling life; in which he is constantly searching for something to fill the seemingly endless black...

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