Animals Right To Live


I believe that a human being should live with consciousness. Rather then not eating meat at all our using products which use animal testing, I am against us living without knowing what we are doing, what we are harming and in which ways. We eat that meat but we don't know how animals have been killed. When we cut a little piece of our finger it hurts too much and it is very fragile but we have the right to kill another kind of being. And when someone tries to inform us about it we choose not to listen to it because its bothering us, we even do not have the toleration for this distress. But sometimes reality means we need to be bothered for our eyes to open.

Every human decides what to do, what not to do, what to eat, what not to eat with their sensibilities in life, I say just make your choices knowingly.


The Fountainhead Character Book

"The hardest thing to explain is the glaringly evident which everybody has decided not to see." Ayn Rand
The Fountainhead presents the ideal world. The ideal world where man reach the highest limits of their capacities. With these ideal men, a real world has been created. Most people may consider this as an illusion because of the word “created”. But the biggest common mistake to see the reality as an illusion. It’s a mechanism of people who ignore the real world, who sees things like they are, and, not as they ought to be.
As Ayn Rand states; The man is a noble being. In this case we can talk about two kinds of men. A man that creates, and men who nurture from them.
The man who is creative is powerfull, lives for himself, seekes his own happiness, works hard and does it in the best way. He doesn’t get swept away by others. He is the man that fights till there’s no blood left in his vessels.
One of his hobies isn’t donating for charity but is to do the things that he actually enjoys and satisfies himself. In collectivist thoughts, all these things are the product of arrogance and selfishness. It is not considered for a man to live or think for himself when there in so much to do in this world we live in.
To live and think for yourself would not be a point of issue if every man had nurtured from their own fountain.
The second man, is the man that nurtures from others. Eighty percent of this world consists of them. They are the ones who are real greedy and selfish, in the meaning as used frequently in public. The defenders of collectivism, the killers of individual. They say that they dedicate their lives to humanity and helping people. What they actually do is imposing a combination of irrational words which seem very complex and completely make themselves look like they were intellectuals and supress the individual soul, the original thought. These people have their own sencond-handers. Without their second-handers they could never survive. The problem of the second-hander is that he is without his ego. The reason of giving their burden to someonelse’s shoulder is because it is always easier to give excuses like religion or society to be closed to other ideas in life rather than discovering their own capacities. They choose to be indolent, and get on with their lives.
The reason for me to visualize this book ‘The Fountainhead Character Book’ is not just simply to humiliate the second-handers and glorify the noble man, but it is also to make people realize their own capacities and power.
Ayn Rand states in the twentyfifth year anniversary edition; Many people ask me how I feel about the fact that The Fountainhead has been in print for twentyfive years. I cannot say that I feel something in particular, except a kind of quiet satisfaction. In this respect, my attitude toward my writing is best expressed by a statement of Victor Hugo: “If a writer wrote merely for his time, I would have to break my pen and throw it away.” This book may have been first published in 1943 but it presents a whole new ideology if you consider that mankind exists for thousands of years.
I present my character book for those who are ought to be and for thoose who choose to live in the world that is ought to be.

Nathalie Barki