There are those who are peaceful but there are also the angry ones. The one thing that stands common for all of them is their origin from ‘Sakti.’ It is the purest and ultimate form of power. Also, each of them has some teaching for us that can push us to break our own comfort zone and reach for something better. Philosophies of the Hindu form of life are practiced through the different rituals. However, the lesser known fact is that the philosophies are also well-hidden in the different forms of goddess we worship.
Indeed, Consolata has shown up her skills in bringing up these women as both a true mother and a governess. Consolata is the woman who tolerates and embraces the women’s internal soreness. She succeeds in freeing them from the endless maze that they have fallen in through her wisdom and the natural gifts that she has been given. In his book, Four Archetypes, Carl Gustav Jung clarifies that the “Mother Archetype” is connected to “Maternal solicitude and sympathy: the magic authority of the female; the wisdom and spiritual exaltation that transcend reason; any helpful instinct or impulse…that fosters growth and fertility” (15). In many instances in Paradise, Consolata is depictedas that woman who possesses forces beyond human being’s
Her actions in the early stages were drawn towards the Ethics of Care principle, which later were subjected under the Utilitarian principle, as per which she first, determined the ethical nature of dilemma and then further on influenced others to believe so. The Utilitarian Principle speaks about morality concerning the majority; most good, least harm. That was the ideology of Erin Brockovich. She taught herself of the fallacies PG&E was under; sacrificing for the good of most, disregarding her personal life under which were influenced the lives of her three infants along with her boyfriend. She devoted herself to her job, making sure the majority that need her help or were unaware of the happenings, get a share of influence and say over the matters pertaining to their lives with their involvement to a superior
Malala stood up against the taliban, and demanded the right of education for girls. She has rallied the world in the fight to educate young girls, and children in general. But her greatest gift has been to demonstrate to everyone around the world, that it is possible to stand up against what is wrong. Malala has shown courage because she knew the risk it would take to advocate for the education of girls. Malala states, “ All I want is an education, and I am afraid of no one”.
Mothers are caring, loving, thoughtful, borchering ,and always protected from malicious people and things. These adjectives describe not only the general mother archetype, but make them significant and important. The mother archetype is one of the most important archetypes. The mother archetype stands for all mothers, and their role in playing their mothering parts. This is not only special to that archetype, but explains why it is one.
She asks for her child’s opinion and sees its importance. Most importantly, she spends quality time with them. Her child is her top priority. An ideal mother gives her child advice and states her reasons for what she considers are wrong. In other words, she doesn’t just tell her child ‘no’ she explains why she says no.
The stark contrast from a mother-like figure for her people, to a battle hardened, emotionless killer of animals resembles the light within darkness which Daoism teaches. Daoism is believed to be the inspiration of spiritual concepts within Japanese Culture, and the ideology of Daoism is resembled not just by Lady Eboshi, but by their entire character selection of the movie. However, in this case, Miyazaki intended Lady Eboshi to be a character that questions the common concept of good and evil within movies. There are questions that Miyazaki wanted us to ask ourselves, such as Was Lady Eboshi right to cut down the forests in order for her people to mine and live? Does the audience consider her an evil character, the antagonist?
The literature that was written during this period is called as Sangam literature that deals with a range of everyday themes. The texts were written by both men and women. The region where this literature flourished is called as Tamizhagam that included most of today’s Tamil Nadu and Kerala and some parts of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Some say that the natural language spoken in Tamizhagam was Tamil but there are others who oppose this and there are accounts supporting both the arguments. There existed a large documentary corpus that included cave and coin
The concept of women as ‘Shakti’, the primal energy force, finds expression in the famous epic – Mahabharata. In this epic, women are glorified as “light of the house, mother of the universe, and supporter of the earth and all its forests”. It further emphasizes on a mother being the best guru. Manu, the first to codify laws in India, wrote in his Manusmriti – “Where women are verily honored, there the God’s rejoice, where, however, they are not honored, there all sacred rites prove useless”. With ages, these epics have become benchmarks with which status of women is compared.
By recounting numerous tragedies and their effect on people throughout the story, Alvarez emphasizes the wickedness behind suppressing one’s unassailable rights while also underlining the importance of sacrifice. The difficulties of the Mirabal family to live under the Trujillo rule and still resemble a family ultimately culminate in the deaths of Maria Teresa, Minerva, and Patria and the removal of Rafael Trujillo. Readers are more adept to connect and respect the story of the Mirabals due to Alvarez’s constant reverent tone. Though lacking the same valor as each sister, Julia Alvarez does carry the same sense of passion in herself and for human rights. In the Time of the Butterflies will be a novel remembered throughout the ages, just as Julia Alvarez had