Defining a Human

By: Matt H
Competition Year: 2013
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It can be shown that insecurities increase proportionally with time squared in an isolated system.
If we substitute this into our self-esteem equation,
The conditions for breakdown emerge neatly.

As insecurities approach infinity,
The terms in kindness and compassion become negligible.
Using this, we can show that the equation converges on loneliness and desperation.

But if we consider a restoring force,
A combination of hope, life, friendship and love,
From a random distribution of sympathetic actions,
A human can be driven above the breakdown limit,
Tunnel through the barriers of denial and abandonment,
And reach an equilibrium state with positive mentality.
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