Man is the architect of his own fate as I do not know what course others may follow but for me liberty or death. I am busy for myself because I am always inclined to achieve the pelf and power what is needed for me and how I will flourish myself to be enlightened in future. If I build myself, I must be fortunate to learn about the universe. As the creation of universe is due to an explosion which is sudden, my mind needs to be developed in such manner so that I am suitable for knowledge hunting. In my opinion, knowledge is virtue and from knowledge all that qualities and goodness flourish. In order to cultivate knowledge, I need to devote to acquire knowledge and side by side I have to make choices to be free from all sorts of absurdities where freedom of language and choices are the vital objects in the life hereinafter. If I am well conversant about myself by virtue of my merit and hardihood, I must acquire the capacity of others. This will happen in progression of thoughts in terms of the growth of spiritualistic phenomena. I am meticulously suited about myself which is made up of smiles, sobs, sniffles and smiles predominating. In this modern-day world, absurdities have no merits as in modern technology because existentialism has taken the oath to mould up the logical growth of life.
I have in recent times gone through a book on existentialism and absurdism which have focused about life and race towards the completeness of thoughts and mode of philosophy of life. These ideas may be reflected as a pioneering philosophy that is based on the theory of “essence over existence”. The novel “The Outsider” by Albert Camus is categorized as an existentialist but this assumption is to an extent inaccurate. Rather than a philosophical position, it is looked at as a cultural movement related to historical advances. Existentialists believe that philosophy is based on the human personage and all components of them make up the equation including their feelings, thoughts, actions, etc. They tend to be more matter-of-fact and they tend to be more like realists. They believe that feelings and emotions that exist such as “meaninglessness, tedium, dread, anxiety, angst, etc.” are rooted from human subsistence and they do not merely come out of the blue. Existentialists typically don’t believe in the supernatural therefore most of them tend to be atheists such as Camus. Absurdism is actually quite different compared to existentialism. When Camus wrote his novel “The Outsider”, he focused on the world of absurdism. Existentialists tend to be very realistic and they relate actions and deeds to humanity. However, at the other side of this philosophical fence, absurdist’s think outside the box and they do believe in the supernatural and they do believe in the inherent meaning of the universe. Absurdists believe that is not entirely essential for humans to create their own context and make a difference in their own lives.
In view of the above, it may be concluded that most of the absurdist’s are theistic, i.e. they do judge in God and they tend to be more irrational. When the author Albert Camos came back in the 20th Century, Algeria was the most well-known for being a part of the French colony in Africa. Algeria is a quite a big country, it is situated at the north of Africa near the Mediterranean Sea and the people speak French and Arabic over there. During the first half of the century, the French profoundly influenced the country but this regime ended during the Fourth Republic back in 1958. That was when the dramatic collapse took place. During that time, the French, Spanish and Italians stimulated to Algeria and made their dwellings over there, thus successful a lot of Algerian land and coercing several Algerians to surrender their homes.