A person who lost him/herself, that’s a tragedy already, but when that person took their own life, that tragedy is now shared. You see, people are already suffering, 62% of girls feel insecure about themselves, 33% of guys are also insecure with themselves and both still growing into problematic ratios. To be unhappy with yourself or your own life is already leading to tragedy. To lose yourself just to be someone everyone wants you to be is not the answer, so why worry about what other’s see in you. When a person is insecure, the mindset has then molded itself to insecurity.
No one will ever be able to go through life without being a phony because being phony has been a human instinct. On the other hand, some people say it is possible to grow up without becoming a phony. Instead of lying to not hurt others feelings and hide something from the other person you can just tell the truth. If someone never did anything phony they would have to be completely honest. Even if it hurts or gives pain to the other person they will have to tell the truth.
Suffering-- unfulfilled hopes, dreams, or expectations-- is unavoidable; one can try to minimize suffering, but it may have the opposite results since one has to become a shut-in: one has to shut themselves away from the world and keep social interactions to a bare minimum all to avoid being hurt. A lot of these shut-ins, including Oreki, are depressed and suicidal. Therefore, avoiding pain will just lead to pain--a catch-22 situation--; however, pain is essential because without experiencing pain one will never understand the true meaning of happiness. In fact, taking on challenges is a big learning experience. For instance, if I didn’t take English Honors, I probably wouldn’t have become a better writer.
For example, not breaking someone’s trust can lead to having them and their support for life. If Romeo and Juliet were honest and loyal to their family, they could’ve lived a happy loved life. They would have been rewarded better, but instead they disrespected their family. As a consequence, for them being together was impossible and it was what lead them to a tragic death. Achieving the simplest things, like not breaking trust, being respectful, and being loyal could get someone in a place they deserve to
Soulmate should be patient with their partner and make sure that they are not rushing their relationship. It takes time for a person to grow and mature from the person they were at the start of the relationship. If the two people really want to be together they should wait on their partner to better themselves. Look for the positive outcomes within the relationship and never lose patience with your partner. Losing patience within a soulmate will cause the partner to miss out on the future goal that are set within a relationship.
Miracles cannot be counted on to occur more than once. The boy and girl had their chance, but believing that if their love was meant to be they would know each other when they next saw each other, they let it pass them by. One never knows what can happen even within a minute that could change his or her life. In the case of the “100% perfect” couple, all memory of each other was lost and because they did not take hold of their fate, they missed out on true love. The narrator’s tale begins with an optimistic “once upon a time,” but ends with “a sad story, don’t you think” (3).
So making a bad decision is never fun. I’d like to think that most of us prefer not to make them but can’t help to sometimes because we think a bad decision isn’t that bad. It might even be a good one in the right mind set. The point of this paper being to reflect on a pass choice looking at it with the elements of critical thinking. My bad decision is one I think most are guilty of, waiting until the last minute on something important.
I relate to this story the most because I have depression, feel like my parents don't love me, and complain about the things I don't have. In the story, everything about the girl's life is sad. If it's just sad to us, then to her, it's something that quite literally makes her want to die. I relate to this because I have depression. It's a less serious kind than the girls but I understand her more because of it.
If that happened to the world right now, everyone would not be above, they would be meeting every low traits. If everyone was meeting every low trait, then no one would compete with each other, they would just be the same. Competitions are crucial, it is thrilling, and in life, thrills are a good thing. Thrills give people something to look forward to for the next day, but you can not have competition, if you are all the same. This is why it is important for people to be different, be who they were born to be, but censorship is shown that it will limit anyone, from becoming anything.
In life, trust can easily be taken for granted, but whenever a life-threatening situation comes along, we seem to believe in each other. The story shows that when someone loses their trust and faith in you, you must rebuild that trust, and that can sometimes be tough. The story creates a great suspense and as the reader, you do not feel satisfied with the ending, because you want the story to end well – that they make it home safely and that they have gained a lifelong bond with each other – but perhaps this fictional story is a reflection on life – you never know where trust or mistrust leads