Conformity is The Jailer of Freedom and The Enemy of Growth

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  1. This quote highlights the idea that conformity can limit personal freedom and hinder personal growth. Conformity is the act of following societal norms, expectations, and rules without questioning them. While there may be certain benefits to conformity, such as a sense of belonging and a sense of security, it can also stifle individual expression and creativity. By adhering to societal expectations, people may feel pressure to conform to certain roles or behaviors, which can prevent them from exploring their own unique interests and desires. This can ultimately restrict personal freedom and limit one’s potential for growth and development. President Kennedy’s quote encourages people to think critically about conformity and to consider the ways in which it may be limiting their freedom and growth.

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