“Brave new world” and “Struggles” unveil the value of struggle and imperfect lives that is taken for granted. Towards the end of John’s journey, he has a pivotal moment when he claims his desires of “‘real danger...freedom...goodness... sin.’” (240) Having the full scale of emotions is a necessity to humanity. Huxley demonstrates the flaw of guaranteed happiness. Guaranteed happiness equates to no ambitions. Happiness is worthless without true struggle. Therefore, a perfect, stable society defeats real and meaningful happiness. In the poem “Struggles”, Stwayi encourages the reader to “embrace your struggles” because “they are fueling” you throughout your life. (1) Stwayi understands that humans must live with struggles because without them people will lack motivation. Struggles “spark” passion in people which, according to Huxley, cannot be replaced with guaranteed happiness and social stability. Although struggles and imperfection are unwanted, their importance is vividly expressed to provide humanity with valuable, authentic lives in “Brave New World” and Struggles”.