This is Water, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, and The Dangerous of a Single Story
The three stories provide a broad-based view of personal, social and community-based life. There are specific historical observations along with the claims about significant aspects of ordinary man life. One can resemble its own life and reflect through these stories, because in one or the other way these reading have a connection with the action of common man.
Regarding my personal life story, there is a reflection in The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas where I feel that there are two dimensions of life, one is enjoyment while other is to face hardships. Major claims in these articles are based on the lessons of life where one think of a particular approach positively and negatively. The crux of these papers underlines the rationalization of the thinking process to accept good and bad things of our life as we have to confront different people, communities, and classes in the various forms.
The concept of a single story well supports the case with the rationalization because we cannot restrict to an individual perspective of life. Again taking my example, I face various experiences and learn that I should not have stuck to a single point. While getting admission in a graduate college I was I had multiple options for selection of subjects. However, I choose only one and unable to gain entry because of the merit and high level of competition among the applicants. Same is the case with my friend to whom I considered a good Catholic boy. However, after meeting him during the private talk, I found that he did not listen to Christian music and had other choices. Even he did not wear black clothes. Increase interaction and the time with a friend was something very knowledgeable, and it contributes to analyzing the other perspective and angle of life.
Similarly, the story of Omelas reflects how children learn about the hardships and difficulties of society where they live (Adichie, 2009). There is no ideal world, and everyone has to pass life rationally. Festival was just a momentum where people choose to come and enjoy their life accordingly. For the long term and realistic nature of understanding life. However, the suffering of a child that was available close to the area of festival mounted that how happiness is precious and how it is hard for someone to get justice. Further the story intensified in the story, This is water which implies that fish was not happy in the water as illustrated in the story. The use of hell in the water is something unusual, and it ensures that life is worthless before death. There is a need for understanding and education because the real value of living is known by those who are well and explicit about the truth.
The realistic point that comes out of the story is the way one look and approach life. Some have contrary views, and throughout their entire journey in this mortal world, they move for negative ways and criticism (Wallace, 2009). While the opposite approach concerning this is the positive side which contributed that life is good and worthy enough to deal professionally and optimistically. It is up to the people to construct their meaning and the intentional choice with the beliefs like close-mindedness, blind certainty, and arrogance. For example, if someone is praying for things and money, they will have no end to satisfy their needs because of the unending desires and collaborations associated with it (Guarracino, 2014). In such an intensive environment of the materialism, one cannot escape from things and money, but there is an option to divert the interests and significance of personal views.
Some people have nothing to say and get in this world, but still, they are happy and good. Their level of satisfaction is the nature of thanks to everyone and saying no to deprivation. With necessary materials, they are so glad the same as the city of Omelas which signifies peace and happiness. On the other side, the room under the town is a symbol of fear, threat and stunted with a child who is locked inside. The entire citys happiness is based on the sufferings of a child, and if it is released then there would be no good, and everything would vanish. Sometimes life became difficult for someone, and other people enjoy their moments based on sufferings faced by a deprived individual (Le, 1973). The threatening reality of justice have no compassion for the child and destructed people in the world. Here come the education and social learning that can support the idea of politeness and collaboration through which everyone could have the chance of living equal and enjoyable times. Those who were in favor of justice left the city of Omelas and decided not to return in this beautiful but a cruel area of enjoyment.
To conclude various segments of life revolves around the three stories that are discussed above. From personal experience to the social concerns these are the realities of life we need to accept and challenge the unjust practices. There should be equal rights, and satisfaction on the given things as everyone has to pass away from the world.
Adichie, C.N., 2009. The danger of a single story. TED Talk.Abrufbar unter www. Ted. Com/talks/chimamanda_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story (Stand 11.07. 2014).
Guarracino, S., 2014. Writing so raw and true Blogging in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichies Americanah.Between,4(8).
Le Guin, U., 1973. The ones who walk away from Omelas.New Dimensions,3.
Wallace, D.F., 2009.This is water Some thoughts, delivered on a significant occasion, about living a compassionate life. Hachette UK.
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