Significance Of Farah's Journey In The Other Side Of The Sky Essay

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As claimed by Joseph Campbell, “The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek”. The book The Other Side Of The Sky by Farah Ahmedi shows exactly that, in fact, this is what every hero experiences throughout their journey. It all begins with Farah’s status quo, her hunt for knowledge beckons her into an adventure, then following up with a traumatic incident that progresses her even further for the peace she yearns. During her quest, she becomes separated from her natural world and begins a new phase of her journey which tests her and puts her through an overwhelming amount of agony and alas, It gives her the treasure she desperately sought for. Thus returning, she enters her natural world again with new found enlightenment and vigor, But of course, it 's never quite the same once you become a hero. Both Farah and Goku have…show more content…
I started school¨(Ahmedi 35). Concluding that sometimes school is something more important about the school she holds dear. Connotating that school meant a lot more to her than the average person. But at the same time, it foreshadows the turning point in her life as she begins her adventure. Goku starts out his journey living alone only to be disturbed by a girl named Bulma is interested in the dragon ball Goku holds. Intrigued Goku follows her starting his adventure.”Goku’s afternoon of fishing is interrupted by a bossy girl who is determined to get her hands on his most prized possession - a mysterious ball that belonged to his grandfather.”(List of Dragon Ball episodes). Goku similar to Farah follows the path to becoming a hero by finding something, a passion that drives their determination initiating their

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