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Re(1): The crucible
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Sierra Dubie
9/25/14

"Is it better to die for what you believe in rather than lie to save your life?"

I believe it's better to die for what you believe in rather than live a lie to save your life. If you truly believe in something to a high extent, you would not want to live the rest of your life as a lie just to survive. You would want to be able to show people how much you cared about your beliefs, even if it meant losing your life. If you died for what you believed in, it would open up peoples eyes, and show them that many peoples beliefs are different, so it should not be life or death if people don't agree on everything to do with them. It would also show many people of the higher power that they should rethink their decisions about forcing people into something they might necessarily agree with if it didn't cost them their life. I believe dieing for what you believe in is one of the biggest eye openers for many people of all ages and classes because it shows that decisions need to be made/changed or else peoples lives could end up in danger, which could cause mass chaos throughout towns, cities, states, and countries.

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