By Marcuse Herbert
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The child is a creator, one who revalues his own life and plows through the world of wiggled roads and frightening creeks to come out the other side with a smile on his face. In fact, one common trope in Seuss’s work is breaking rules, going beyond borders, and traversing new lands in an attempt to create a life worth living. All is redeemed when that child lives his life, his way. That is success, 98 and ¾ percent guaranteed. It’s just too bad we forget this lesson as we grow older, complacent, and frightened.
12 In other words, a courageous person has the knowledge to be able to determine correctly which risks are worth facing and which are not. A courageous soldier has enough knowledge and wisdom to be able to determine when it’s appropriate to have hope and stand his ground against the enemy and when it’s better to retreat. A courageous citizen knows when to actively resist a tyrannical regime and when to bide his time for a better opportunity. This is the courage displayed by Bartholomew Cubbins.
Or maybe he won’t. His next trip might be to the morgue. Ultimately, the only cure to life is its end. 7 But this attitude doesn’t redeem our lives, instead it tells us to bear with it, it’ll be over soon. Life is to be endured. All three of the above responses to the pain and suffering of life seem unsatisfactory. If life is marked by pain, and pain is the direct result of our constant striving and willing, then so long as we strive we will be inflicted with the pain of existence. No matter how much we lie to ourselves that it’ll be okay in the end, it won’t.