“Some Laws can be broken, some laws may be broken, and some laws must be broken.”
As citizens in the modern society, we are all restrained by the law. Laws are created to maintain order and to monitor actions and work. They were created to govern us, and at the same time provide us with safety. If humanity was left without any restrictions, then our society would be overwhelmed by chaos and anarchy. But the questions arise: Are laws absolutely perfect and infallible like the way our government claims they are? And are there cases in which breaking the law would be justified? The answers are no, and yes. The reason is that the government, which is responsible for making laws, consists of officials that are only ordinary people like us. Disappointing but true, ordinary people are imperfect, and imperfect people make imperfect rules. At times, laws being broken can result in positive effects for both our society and our lives.
Some laws have been broken by people who are later referred to as heros, or heroines, for the good of others. For instance, Katniss Everdeen in ‘The Huger Games’. As punishment for a previous rebellion, one boy and one girl from must be selected as ‘tributes’ from each of the twelve districts in the country Panem to participate in the annual Hunger Games. During the event, every tribute must try to assassin the other tributes, and protect themselves at the same time. The last tribute remaining will become the winner. For district twelve, a girl named Katniss Everdeen, who was once a schoolmate of the male tribute from the district, Peeta Mellark, was chosen. Peeta revealed his longtime unrequited love for Katniss on a televised interview, but there was no time for Katniss to respond, for the games was to begin the next day.
On the first day, nearly half of the forty-two tributes were killed, and things started to become more intense later as both enmity and alignment formed along the tributes. Supposedly due to Katniss and Peeta’s image...
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