Analysis Of The Book ' Secret Life Of Walter Mitty ' Essay

1386 Words Oct 12th, 2016 6 Pages
The big buildings surrounding us, giving no colour but just greyness, doing the same activities everyday, not noticing that beyond those walls there is beauty to be seen. In Secret Life of Walter Mitty the main message states by Stiller is “to see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer, to find each other, and to feel. That is the purpose of life”. We hide ourselves in the dark, hoping that no one 's notices us, living our extraordinary selves in our minds. As individuals we don 't bother to stop and admire the beautiful life that we live in because “beautiful things don 't ask for attention”. Our dreams don 't have a time limit, they are never ending goals throughout our life, it 's our choices that determines if the dreams will be our reality or imagination. Different problems can overcome our hopes of travelling or taking risks like money or danger but it our decision that we make as individuals to decide which decisions are important and safe to do and which are not. A person can take different types of risks or adventures, it can be climbing a mountain, jumping off a plane or as simple as talking to crush that we like. In the movie we learned from taking these risks and adventure we can learn to develop ourselves. From taking adventures and risks, people can expand and grow mental and physical in ways that will them explore themselves of their true potential. At the same time we also need to balance the amount of risks we take to be…

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