Our Ideal Being
by: Sierra Andres, Lauren Mack, Bo Anderson
Brain: Albert Einstein & Helen Keller
Albert Einstein known as one of the most influential physicists in the 20th century. He created many theories, one major one was photoelectric effect. Since a child Einstein has always been a smart and as he grew his knowledge expanded. Einstein has a perfect brain in our eyes because he was recognized by how smart he was and proved many of his theories were right.
Helen Keller was one remarkable women who overcame so many difficulties throughout her life due to her being deaf and blind. She is one of the cofounders of ACLU and has been recognized for all her accomplishments. We believe that if we were ever put in a situation similar to Helen's would want to have the knowledge she had.
Voice: Martin Luther King & Sam Smith
Martin Luther King was one of the most important speaker during the Civil Rights
movement. He spoke not only on the behalf of African Americans but for all American people who were not given equal rights. He is still recognized today for his "I have a Dream" speech.
Sam Smith has an incredible voice and more than that he shares his personal problems and really relates with his fans and society. He puts his and heart and soul in his music to where the audience hears his passion and love in his voice. They know he really means it and therefore looks up to him as a role model.
Heart: Nelson Mandela & Ellen Degneres
Nelson Mandela former president of South Africa suffered through many traumatic events before he became president. He was a civil rights activist who wanted to spread peace through his country and was imprisoned for 27 years due to protest and going against government policies. He cared so much for his people and family, that he would die for them. He believed violence wasn't the answers to his country's problems, he realized they needed to respect blacks just as whites.
Ellen Degeneres, television host of her own show has been recognized since she has started her career. She has received so many awards for her humanitarian achievements. During some of her shows she always helps people who are not very fortunate and gives more than necessary because she loves the feeling of helping others. Also, she is very active activists for the LGBT community and has inspired many people to express their sexuality.
Backbone: Rosa Parks & Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort)
Rosa Parks was an African American Civil Rights activist who was known for not giving up her bus seat for a white male. She helped lead the Montgomery bus boycott with Martin Luther King to end segregation. During this time period, all blacks were still treated unfairly and Parks standing up for herself, sparked a huge movement.
Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort) in the movie, "The Fault in our Stars" a teen boy cancer patient known as Augustus Waters went through the everyday struggles of cancer patient until he met a girl named Hazel Grace who became his backbone. Both teens had cancer and the movie shows how relationships can help support and make a person strong. Not always going through a tragedy can make you strong, the people who help you make you strong.