The Force That Guides Us

We have three heroes here with three different yet unifying motivations. One of them is not like the others, though, at least at first glance.

Yep, it’s that good old scoundrel Han. While two of them seem like generally good things for the universe, his is rather selfish, right?

Here’s the thing, though. Han doesn’t want money for money’s sake. Han wants money for peace of mind. He needs that money to pay back Jabba, to get the bounties off his head, to get out of the galaxies-spanning conflict.

Justice can be a noble cause. The Empire has caused a lot of damage across many systems. Its actions have ruined lives, broken families, destroyed whole worlds. There is no question that it would be just to rebel against them.

Balance can be a noble cause. The Empire and the Sith have an oppressive hold over the universe and the Force. They have too much power, and that power is weighing things heavily in their favor, taking away the rights, choices, and resources of others. Balance, in a sense, is the pursuit of equality. To even the scales somehow, it makes sense to rebel.

Money is not a noble cause, but that isn’t his cause. Han’s true cause has been the pursuit of peace, if at first for himself, and I think we can say that peace is a noble cause, if not the most noble of all.

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It Starts With You by reduane

Reduane is a simple man. An art director from Algeria, there are two passions in his life: pizza and pop culture T-shirts. Now, there is no pizza here. I’m sorry.

The good news is that we do have pop culture T-shirts. Shocking, I know. They are Reduane’s T-shirts as well, just in case you missed the connection. Like what you see? Want to see more perhaps? Have a fascination with various superheroes, movies, and animals? Click on this link and be made whole.

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The Force That Guides Us

We have three heroes here with three different yet unifying motivations. One of them is not like the others, though, at least at first glance.

Yep, it’s that good old scoundrel Han. While two of them seem like generally good things for the universe, his is rather selfish, right?

Here’s the thing, though. Han doesn’t want money for money’s sake. Han wants money for peace of mind. He needs that money to pay back Jabba, to get the bounties off his head, to get out of the galaxies-spanning conflict.

Justice can be a noble cause. The Empire has caused a lot of damage across many systems. Its actions have ruined lives, broken families, destroyed whole worlds. There is no question that it would be just to rebel against them.

Balance can be a noble cause. The Empire and the Sith have an oppressive hold over the universe and the Force. They have too much power, and that power is weighing things heavily in their favor, taking away the rights, choices, and resources of others. Balance, in a sense, is the pursuit of equality. To even the scales somehow, it makes sense to rebel.

Money is not a noble cause, but that isn’t his cause. Han’s true cause has been the pursuit of peace, if at first for himself, and I think we can say that peace is a noble cause, if not the most noble of all.

More Great Designs!

-By Land or By Air by Arinesart
-Milky Way DNA by TobiasFonseca
-The Baconing by Acraigl
-Random Mediocritees by honestly your guess is as good as mine
-Hellfire Wants You by Olipop
-Am I…a sandwich? by popcornpunk
-Outmoded by NathanielF

Biggest motivator to fight back: Balance, Justice, or Money?