Creative thinkers Observing what is going on around us is very important for creative thinkers. By developing and using the skills of looking at the things in different ways, I can see a whole new way of doing things that I hadn`t thought of before. Procedures to stimulate imaginative thinking typically involve mental processes, such as how to concentrate on what I normally do not engage in; escape the way I traditionally think what I think outside of the box and pause judgment and allow my fantasy to explore different options. There are times when I am obliged to make difficult decisions and engage in changing and improving the circumstances of other people`s lives. I deal with a whole range of issues and work with colleagues from other
In this essay I am going to compare and contrast Elizabeth and Darcy’s journey that they had toward each other to my own journey in life. Some of the aspects that I am going to be writing about is the challenges that try to keep people from reaching their journey, people and other tools that help people reach their journey, God’s role in helping people reach their journey and society and its role in helping or hurting people reach their journey. Looking at all of these things I can see that Elizabeth and Darcy’s journey to each other is very different and tougher than my own journey. There are times where my journey is a little similar to Elizabeth and Darcy’s, but in the long run my journey is different than theirs. On any kind of journey there are many challenges that keep people from reaching their journey.
Disagreements highlight differentiating points of views and brings about thought-provoking ideas. Disagreements challenges an easy consensus and requires or pushes for a deeper more insightful recognition or judgement of a topics. As a part of human curiosity, attempts to acquire more knowledge to further our understanding of what is presented, there lies a distinctive importance in getting to know the counter argument or ‘other side’ of the argument. Not only does the disagreements help guide towards exploration, of the topic and the counter
Theme: Courage ”My belly flipped with worry. I was breathing hard as if I'd run all the way to the village and back. This was the moment we'd been waiting for, the one that Momma promised would come. It was up to me to take care of things, to find a place for us. I had to be bold.” Pg 8 One of the themes in the book is Courage in this book they face danger, impossible odds, and life-threatening competition to bring out the bravery you didn't know you had.
Her ideas call into question what the listener would find ethical in Malala’s situation. It is likely that many would have an urge to want a person who nearly cost them their life to be punished severely. But not Malala. She believes so strongly in the power of education that she wants to educate the person who fought against her to teach them why they were wrong. She believes that those fighting against her are also the ones who need what she is fighting for.
Some of these challenges are anxiety over career choices, interpersonal conflicts which led to unmanageable anger, insecurities, depression, guilt and remorse, and grief. Counselling vs. Psychotherapy Both counselling and psychotherapy provide a confidential space which to explore personal difficulties, and the two works put greater emphasis on self-awareness and personal therapy for ongoing development. Below are the differences of counselling and psychotherapy
These themes are important because, as humans, people have an historical existence and therefore can work to alter their world. Freire also describes limit situations within these themes. These limit-situations are identified as obstacles to ones’ liberation. People need to use the resources revealed through dialogue to work to surmount these limits. These themes and an understanding of them give people a perspective of their reality.
The values and attitudes that the protagonists carry with them into new worlds can influence their perception of their discoveries and its significance, giving the protagonist a growing depth of understanding and discernment. Discoveries, driven by wonder or necessity, can be challenging and confronting, compelling individuals to leave their comfort zone. Consequently, they are prepared to sacrifice the old to embrace the new, transforming and gaining new insights of themselves and the world around them. “The Tempest, a pastoral romance by William Shakespeare, portrays individuals who were faced with confronting experiences that assess their values, and who rediscover the necessity for compassion instead of abuse of power, leading them to re-evaluate their relations with other characters. In comparison, Ang Lee’s film, “The Life of Pi” is primarily focused on the process of self-discovery through isolation.
Transformative discoveries can force individuals to alter their preconceived ideas about the world around them. The stimulation of new ideas allows a renewed perception of one’s values, understanding of themselves and the world around them. This is successfully utilised through, Miroslav Holub’s poem “The Door”, Shaun Tan’s picture book “The Red Tree” and Ang Lee’s Film “Life of Pi”. These three texts exemplify the struggles that lead to discovery which shapes the protagonist’s perception of their values, the world, and their surroundings. Transformative discoveries can occur through an individual’s curiosity and wonder of new worlds and values, offering a new understanding of themselves and their world.
Discoveries and discovering can offer new understandings and renewed perceptions of ourselves, others and our world. Ladies and gentlemen of the HSC panel, thank you for providing this opportunity for me to speak to you on the concept of discovery, and share my thoughts on how this area of study can be explored through texts. The discovery process is a crucial way we can help people arrive at the truth and overcome confusions and uncertainties that have a negative impact on the quality of life. Michael Gow’s play Away and Les Murray’s poem “The Widower in the Country” are two texts that present personal experiences of conflict because of the difficulty of accepting reality, and discover the real problems and issues that they are either unaware of or simply choose to ignore. Both texts demonstrate the challenge of overcoming emotional obstacles, whether it is the death of a loved one or a dysfunctional relationship.