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.
King Jr. delivered a powerful speech on that day which moved people around the nation. The way he uses his rising and falling voice and his strength to deliver his views to the crowd makes it highly impressive as well as emphatic. His ability to influence lies in his voice and his style which made the crowd grow euphoric as well as made the speech most acclaimed in US
During this model, I took on the role of the person being counselled. This is when I noticed how important it was which method of counselling I used. As I was being counselled methods such as CBT or psychodynamic was being used, I felt on edge about how I would respond to the question or suggestion the counsellor put forward. I felt this emotion as I thought I have to answer according to what they want to hear and divert from my actual issue at hand. When I would voice what I was trying to make an understanding over it felt as though it was a battle of whose eighth or wrong would take place, pushing the matter more into CBT rather than Humanistic.
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.
Rhetorical Analysis of “The Jian Ghomeshi effect: I plan to speak now” In the article “The Jian Ghomeshi effect: I plan to speak now”, Camilla Gibb’s describes the significance fear from repercussions have on altering our decisions. Gibb’s also allows the reader to consider how a bystanders intervening can change the outcome a victim may face. Gibb’s persuades the reader by including us through the use of pronouns, conversational language, and through personal experiences. Gibb’s engages the reader by altering her use of pronouns. She allows the audience an opportunity to first handily connect with the text by using words such as “we” and “our”.
One must develop a mature perspective in preparation for their transition into a new world. In order to experience the complete cultivation process it is important to develop a sense of responsibility and gain an understanding of experiences. Alongside a mature perspective one must overcome their problems and difficulties in order to proceed into the world. “The story of Tom Brennan” by J.C burke, incorporates how a significant change can act as a catalyst to alter one’s perspectives and help them achieve the appropriate transition. The novel deals with the concept of ‘Into the World’ while incorporating ideas of the importance of developing relationships, learning from experiences and accepting the transition of change.
In “Aunt Granny Lith”, Chris Offutt’s short story, Beth and Casey change in order to conquer their problems.When tasked with an obstacle, one must be willing to change. It’s up to that same person to decide if they will change for the better or worse. Beth and Casey follow the steps of a Hero’s Quest, a pattern of many stories discovered by Joseph Campbell, and manage to come out reborn. Transformation is the major theme present throughout the story. Casey’s transformation allowed him to beat Aunt Granny Lith, but ultimately caused his downfall.
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.
This created the idea of pragmatism, where it is believed that reality must be experienced and that we must interact with our environment so we can continue to be able to adapt and learn. An example of this can be seen in observation 4 (Appendix 1), where Emily is experiencing emotional and social changes and is having to learn and adapt through a hands on experience by engaging in new social interactions whilst facing her feelings and learning from them. Erikson (1968) believed that throughout the lifespan, people deal with different ‘crisis’ that need resolving. If the crisis is resolved successfully than a life-stage virtue is achieved, but if not, the person can suffer emotional distress (flood 2014). His nine stages, known as psychosocial stages, show at different ages throughout life which we develop life-stage virtues.
As a practicing litigator, I routinely see the importance of how a judge treats attorneys, litigants, staff and other members of the public. Carla is well respected by all of the attorneys in our firm, opposing counsel, the bench and her clients. While Carla is well liked, she is not afraid to make difficult decisions and remains composed under pressure. In short, she possess all of the attributes that are necessary to command respect from attorneys and litigants. • Philosophy: Carla has been actively involved in the Wayne County Republican Party for a number of years.