I The Magician                  When Looking At This Assignment I

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I The Magician When looking at this assignment I immediately predicted I would fit best in one of the middle archetypes. After reviewing all the categories I realized my predicament was incorrect. In fact I didn't relate to any of the categories in the middle archetype. To my surprise I best related to the magician. Although I didn't agree with every category under magician it was still the best fit to me. Religion to me is a very important aspect of life. It is there to guide, support, and mentally challenge you through the journey of life. It is also an extreme comfort to know there is someone watching you and ready to catch you with open arms when you fall. Every minute of everyday you are serving the Lord and if you truly believe that your life will take you through so many joyous moments, events, and experiences. These days too many people do not do things because of the cops, their parents, punishments, and fines but I feel you should look at every choice and think, "What is morally right?" I do not feel you need to attend church every Sunday or read the bible every night before bed because I feel those are examples of "exercises." You do not need to be closing your eyes and preaching the gospel to have a steady faith and understand of your role in life. That's like saying you need to do push-ups and sit-ups every night before you go to bed in order to be in shape, when in reality you can just play a sport or run around and have fun and still be in good condition. As long as you have a caring heart, enjoy every day of your life, and do good deeds you are set to go. You do not even have to believe in God to do those things. I am very excepting of those who do not choose to believe God or do choose to believe in some other higher being. I may not understand or agree with their beliefs but I most certainly do not say they are wrong. With religion, freedom of choice and respect for others go hand in hand. Having the company of other people is beneficial in many ways. Through people you discover peer relationships and peer relationships are something I am in love with. When you seek out the right people that friendship may be eternal. Peer relationships may consist of your best friends or just the people you smile to and say hello to in the hallways of school. Hopefully everyone is fortunate enough to...

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