“Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth” JFK
President John Kennedy handled one of the toughest eras in US history — the Cold War against the USSR. Before his tragic assassination, Kennedy was well known for his nontraditional approaches to foreign policy, domestic affairs, and White House happenings, and he was always looking for novel ideas to bring to novel problems. To him, doing the same thing over and over again precludes fresh ideas and stifles one’s ability to branch beyond the regular. When people aim to fit in, they fail to grow.