Inner Journey Essay

  • Oodgeroo's Inner Journey Analysis

    Inner journeys are an exploration through which an individual is confronted by new experiences, however, with a strong human spirit, an individual can overcome challenges encountered with courage. Through a strong human spirit, an individual will be able to reflect on their transformational experiences thus allowing them to grow and develop a deeper understanding of themselves and the world. Through the text ¬The left hander, it supplies inner journey’s to be the deep connection in which an individual holds to their true self. The text ¬The dreamers it allows the audience to witness that each individual should go onto an inner journey however, factors around them prevent an inner journey from occurring. Through the Aboriginal text The Left Hander, Oodgeroo’s inner journey, is explored as her values, beliefs and…

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  • Cultur Kaur's Journey By Inner Light

    and rules, and everyone else has to follow. Indians respect family values. On the other hand, in American culture the individual qualities get distinction than the family values. In another sense, it can be said that the American culture is more goal oriented and the Indian culture is more individuals or family oriented. Indians may even suppress their individual wishes for the purpose of families, which can’t be seen in the American society. The Indians admire stability, while in contrast the…

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  • Cultural Identity In Meeta Kaur's Journey By The Inner Light

    sometimes we forget the importance of our own cultural identity. From the readings, we experience the troubles each author undergoes when it comes to acceptance, confusion about cultures, and the valuable meanings of one’s own cultural identity. In “Journey by the Inner Light” by Meeta Kaur, the author explains her journey in finding her “inner self “. Kaur starts her reading by discussing the importance of her long hair which symbolizes her family’s values. As Kaur gets older, she becomes more…

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  • Fantastic Mr Fox Analysis

    The movie “Fantastic Mr. Fox” is about a Taoist concept called Inner nature. In the book “The Tao of Pooh,” the author, Benjamin Hoff, states that Inner nature is beyond the power of the intellect to measure or understand (38). Furthermore, Hoff explains that Inner nature is the concept that everything has its own unique function (40). In other words, we cannot scientifically understand Inner nature, but only know that everything in nature has its own unique purpose including individual humans.…

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  • Movie Review: Eat Pray Love

    depicts that Hindus make the inner happiness and peace as the center of their lives instead of material things such as money. The film’s main character shows how inner peace and happiness weigh more than the materials she has. She gives up everything she has and seeks for the happiness through traveling from different places. The religion of Hinduism strongly believed that an individual who already found the inner peace has indeed found the peace that will abide by him or her forever. In…

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  • Your Inner Fish Analysis

    In Neil Shubins’ “Your Inner Fish: A Journey Into the 3.5-Billion-Year History of the Human Body”, he takes the audience on the journey of the discovery and history of how different organisms and adaptations have converged to form a relationship between fish and tetrapods. Shubins first relates the evolutionary fact that humans and other forms of “tetrapods’ major body systems have developed from fish and sharks” (20), through his time on the field as a paleontologist. He describes his multiple…

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  • Analysis Of The Journey To A Healthy Life Of Happiness And Healing

    The first step of this journey to a healthy living of happiness and healing begins with the level of clarity on what exactly you want to achieve. The power of having passion to aligning with purpose to seek out prosperity is different for everyone. Asking the question, “if you woke up tomorrow and your life was perfectly how you wanted it to be? What would that look like to you? How would it feel that you are already there? What would need to happen for you to know that it was all you wanted…

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  • The Importance Of Kurtz In Joseph Conrad's Heart Of Darkness

    In times of distress, or in times of chaos, people will desperately look for something positive or orderly such as in Heart of Darkness (by Joseph Conrad) when Marlow stood amazed at the well-kept Chief Accountant. Even in chaotic areas however, someone may meet a charismatic individual, like how Marlow met Kurtz, and begin to obsess over that person instead of something that reminds them of home. For Marlow in Heart of Darkness, his complexity grows as he transitions from obsessing over the end…

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  • Strengths In The 1939 Film The Wizard Of Oz

    The 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum, is a classical movie that to many, never gets old. After a massive cyclone in Kansas, Dorothy and her dog (Toto) are swept up and placed in the magical Land of Oz. Wishing to go back home to Kansas, Dorothy journeys on towards Emerald City to meet the Wizard of Oz. The Wizard is said to be magical and will have the ability to send her and her dog back home. On this journey Dorothy meets a Scarecrow, Tin Man, and a Cowardly Lion who all wish to…

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  • Hero Journey

    Companions are the people that can help the hero through various tasks such as fighting in battle, learning a lesson, or achieving a particular goal during the journey. The companions, like the supernatural aid and talisman, are helpful to the hero in assisting the hero in accomplishing his goals and therefore having his journey be successful. With this in mind, the companions of Billy Jack are the school students, Jean who provides him with advice, Cole who supported Jean and protected the…

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