de Rye Harrison
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The Case of the Fragmented Lives. People tend to present the image of a perfect life to others. The perfect life, perfect family, and perfect job do not exist. In order for a rose to grow, it needs dirt. How we adjust to the dirt, the imperfections in our lives, show our true character. Some people falter when exposed, others rise. Maneuvering through difficulties may also cause others to be sacrificed. The question then arises what sacrifices are justified? This journey touches upon the true character of a person and the acceptable right, the unacceptable wrong, and the sacrificed.