Compare And Contrast Dead Poets Society And Catcher In The Rye

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“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” - Thomas A. Edison. These ideas are represented in J.D. Salinger 's Catcher in the Rye, Peter Weir’s Dead Poets Society, current articles, and insights from parents show how being emotionally susceptible to your feelings can interfere with finding your purpose Because feelings are so distracting people cannot focus on fulfilling their purpose, and People who are susceptible to their feelings often get discouraged causing them to lose their desire to fulfill their purpose.
First, Because feelings are so distracting, people cannot focus on fulfilling their purpose. This can be seen in many instances, for example we see this first with Neil Perry when “He becomes distracted from finding his purpose as an actor when his father tells him that he is removing him from school and sending him to Military school and that he is to become a doctor one day.” (The Dead Poets Society). We can see that Neil’s goal is to become an actor one day, however, his dad believes
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Antolini in the Catcher in the Rye or not the distract you from finding your purpose or discourage you from finding your purpose, whether your emotions distract you from fulfilling your purpose or if they discourage you from fulfilling your purpose being emotionally susceptible to your feelings can severely interfere with fulfilling your purpose. If this ever happens to you in your life and you find that your emotions get in the way you must make sure that you are able to refocus yourself and to prevent yourself from becoming discouraged and you will find fulfilling your purpose much easier than it had
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