The Mist Of A Perspective Analysis

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A persons perspective and opinion is that persons and that persons only, a collective of people or more than person can share a similar opinion or perspective but every one is entitled to their own. You can change your perspective over and over based on new experience or information learned prior to the events in your life. Based on these two sources the characters perspectives changed as they grow and experience life more. They learn what is truly important in life and what is not. They learn that as people grow up they sometimes look back on their experiences and see them with new eyes and in a new light. In the mist of a crisis or a life altering situation peoples worlds can be flipped upside down, they learn and grown and gain new perspectives …show more content…
In the essay the girl is looking back on her life from when she was a young girl. She talks about how she was cheated at life because she didn 't have a mother like everyone else. Her mother was ill and was unable to care for her children the way a normal mother could, but she did everything she possibly could with her illness.Janice felt that she was cheated in life for not being able to share many moments in her life with her ill mother, such as being tickled receiving hugs, and being at her games. Janice was jealous of the other children who’s mothers could walk them to school in the mornings make their lunches and make them homemade meals. She only had one memory of her mother walking her to school and that was her first day in kindergarten. But from Janice 's mothers perspective she also felt cheated at life because she could mother her children the way she had always wanted to, it breaks her heart to see her children have to go through life without her. She wants to be able to share special moments with her children. She wants to be able to walk her children to school and make them home cooked meals and have her children come and talked to her be cause they want to not just because they feel obligated too. The essay is about the struggle Janice went through in her childhood because of her mothers illness. Due to the experience Janice …show more content…
in their stories from ben reevaluating his life and learning that he has settle for everything and has never really done anything for himself. and the young girl in the new persecutive learning the life lessons of being a mother and the responsibility and care that it come with and learning to forgive her mother and to forgive herself for being so hard on herself and her mother. quoted from her essay “ The scenes never changed only my persecutive” this gives us evidence that her memories and the events in the past never changes but when she looked at them in a different light she understood more and could relate more where as when she was younger she didn 't have enough experience in life an motherhood to truly understand her mother point of view and her own. Ben does the same thing for when he goes on that trip he gain more perspective and life experience so when he looks back on his memories they don 't necessarily change but his point of view on them changes he see them in a new light and see things that he didn 't see before because he didn 't have the life experience or the understanding to catch those

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