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Your ability to be the best Jedi is not defined by your birth parents?

 


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Your ability to be the best Jedi is not defined by your birth parents

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Reasons To Agree

Mines had no goals for improving their lives, environment or even their childrens lives, I could never be like them.

3 December 2018

my father was a sith, and I have spent my entire life trying to avoid the dark path and stay in the light of the correct path, it is possible.

15 December 2018

Choosing to be a better Jedi or even a better person willingly negates any negative actions done by your birth parents. Also, what your parents have done with their lives has nothing to do with your value as a person or as a Jedi.

14 June 2019

Reasons for Remain Neutral

"Best Jedi" implies that one can be more good than another. We are not good or bad. We all have the potential to do many great and terrible things. Even a Sith is not "Evil". We all have the potential to choose good or bad.

20 April 2019

There is alot to that I could explain

10 September 2019

Breeding beats feeding, but anyone can be a Jedi just down to themselves.

12 October 2019

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