Nature is real, of course, but not in human form—and yet she calls the shots that dictate much of our lives: what we wear, where we go and how we get there.
3. Tooth Fairy
The tooth fairy is a frictional figure of early childhood. The tooth fairy appeared in a folklore stating that when a child loses a baby tooth, if he or she places it beneath the bed pillow, the tooth fairy will visit while the child sleeps, replacing the lost tooth with a small gift.
Superman, along with Uncle Sam, is the personification of American ideals and values — a self-realized, yet modest and unassuming, individual who chooses to use his incredible powers to fight crime.
1. Robin Hood
This could potentially lead to a debate about whether Hood existed or not, but I am of the opinion that he did not. I am sure we have all heard someone justifying theft because the victim is wealthy – and where did this justification come from? Not just the principles of redistribution of wealth that many of us live under in Western Society (read envy taxes) but the fact that to this day, we are all raised believing Robin Hood was a hero – when, in fact, he was a thief. Stealing is almost always wrong, and just because Robin Hood gave the proceeds of his crimes to poor people, it is not a valid justification. As for the previously mentioned taxes, there is every reason for us to believe that the majority of people accept these taxes because of their prior belief in the false morality of the Robin Hood story.
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