A Hero's Journey Then And Now Analysis

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A hero’s journey then and now The Hero's Journey The hero’s journey is a path of 12 steps in which the hero finds himself passing through trouble and achieving his purpose, his destiny..There are many versions of the hero's journey one of them is the hollywood kind where the hero starts in the normal world In which he is considered as a nobody. Later he follows his path and gets a call to adventure at first he refuses to the call because he thinks is not for him.He runs away from his destiny and finds himself meeting up with his mentor. Then he has to cross his threshold where gains enemies and allies, next he must overcome his fear in hear he must confront his supreme ordeal which he will win. Because of his winning where he will get…show more content…
This story starts in Alba Longa where lived Numitor the king and his brother Amulius. Amulius had always wanted to be the King, so killed Numitor and killed his 2 first sons and made her daughter a pristess so that she couldn't have any kids. Nevertheless she had twins with Mars. Later Amulius decided to put Reha in yail and send the twins to get killed in the river of Tiber. The person who was sent to kill them couldn't handle the guilty conscience so decoded to only live them floating in the river. As they were floating a she-wolf rescued…show more content…
This 17 goals are meant to be done by 2030. In the goals you can also collaborate by many ways like donating money or even more easy by not wasting any food or water. This goals base on the principles of ending poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring prosperity for all. I’m going to talk about the goals 9(Industry, Innovation, and strong infrastructure) and the 16(Peace, justice, and strong institutions).The goal 9 talks about how this goal is so important for the development of the other goals because it is basically transforming everything into new and sustainable energy, infrastructure and innovates. This goal is all ready working and being done because 800 million of people have access to
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