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Whether human destiny depends only on genes is the question that L. Zhukhovitsky is thinking about. (—очинени€ ≈√Ё английский €зык)

Whether human destiny depends only on genes is the question that L. Zhukhovitsky is thinking about.

Reflecting on this problem, the author with admiration tells about such great people as AV Suvorov, AS Pushkin, N.Ya. Mandelstam, whose fates went against the genes, from which, according to modern scholars, "for three quarters depends їour life. Each of them was famous not for his origin and talent, but for perseverance, strength of spirit, love for his occupation. That's why, the publicist believes, we can manage the future in spite of any predetermination.

The position of L.

Zhukhovitsky is easy to understand: our life largely depends on ourselves, and not on what we inherited from our parents.

I fully share the author's point of view. Indeed, genes do not predetermine the whole future of man. We ourselves can control our own destiny. This is evidenced by examples from Russian literature and history.

Thus, Yermolai Alekseevich Lopakhin, the hero of the play by A. P. Chekhov "The Cherry Orchard", which was born a serf, without help, managed to become a rich merchant and buy back the estate from his former masters due to his perseverance and diligence. Genesis and genes did not prevent the character from achieving material prosperity and remove from his own brand of poverty.

JV Stalin, one of the most famous rulers of the Soviet Union, was a descendant of the lower class. Moreover, the former head of our state had physical defects. Nevertheless, this did not prevent Joseph Stalin from becoming the head of our state, to lead the country out of the crisis and to overcome fascism.

Thus, I can conclude that the fate of a person depends largely on him, and not on what he inherits from his ancestors.

Thus, Yermolai Alekseevich Lopakhin, the hero of the play by A. P. Chekhov "The Cherry Orchard", which was born a serf, without help, managed to become a rich merchant and buy back the estate from his former masters due to his perseverance and diligence. Genesis and genes did not prevent the character from achieving material prosperity and remove from his own brand of poverty.

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