Not All Men Are Equal
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The entire history of culture proves that if one is chosen, is a true poet or genuinely creative, one has to pay for the talent by assuming the role of a martyr. Moreover, it is the privilege of exceptionally strong individuals: the greater their spirit, the greater the price they have to pay. Such were the great figures who challenged themselves by willingly undergoing suffering and a life of solitude: Jesus, Mohammad and Buddha, the founders of the world religions. The road of martyrdom, isolation and depravity all make up the unquestionable evidence of the greatness. Today the world knows the names of those who had to live in exile, away from their home country due to the cultural or historic mission they volunteered to assume in their lives.