The Community seems ideal. Everyone has a job for which he or she is suited emotionally, physically and mentally. The elderly are lovingly cared for as are the newest members of this place. Every family has a mother, father, and two children, one of each sex. There is much laughter and obvious joy. There is no rudeness, no crime and no diseases. Even though this may seem like a perfect place to live, it is the mistakes, the diseases and the hard things that make who we are. Getting to experiencing and handle these situations makes us stronger and more individual.
In our society we all want to be different. Differences make and show who we are as an individual. We all want to stand out in the crowd and be an individual. We try to dress differently and act differently to be noticed. The people in the Community dress the same, act the same, do the same things and they even furnish their house the same. They have no opportunity to exercise any freedoms. You are not treated as an individual there. You are assigned a number at birth and you are referred to that for the rest of your life. You are not unique and you are not supposed to stand out and draw attention to yourself but blend in with the crowd.