Making a difference by becoming an original character
Some things are easier to demonstrate than they are to explain: easier caught than taught. The concept of a unique type of person, affectionately called a Rascal in this book, is a prime example. In the book, we will consider the characteristics of Rascals, noting their greatness and analyzing their behaviors. As we do so, it will be most illustrative to simply observe some representative individuals as a way to shine light on the whole concept.
What you may notice while reviewing this gallery of Rascals is the large range of background, circumstances, age, gender, and race they collectively represent. These things, being external, have nothing to do with the concept. Being a Rascal is an outpouring of who a person is on the inside. It is a spirit of willfulness and strength, a dynamic force that drives one forward toward a unique path and contribution. It is character in motion, originality in broad relief, uniqueness for the sake of being true to oneself and one's cause. It is authenticity in courageous display. It is life lived on purpose and for a purpose.
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