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What of this goldfish, would you wish?

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JellyB3ane <3

on 9 January 2013

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Background photo by t.shigesa Hopes and Dreams what of this goldfish would you wish if you had one wish, what would you wish for? can the concept of heroism be apart of this story? the concept of wishes if you only had one wish, would you ever think to use it for someone else? Heroism isn't the concept of an everyday hero as simple as giving someone hope? what can hopes and dreams give us in life? it gives us a sense of well being in a sense; without hope what would we have? We would be in despair and life wouldnt have much light. Hope can be a tool to help the weary soul or the broken heart and is a very valuable entity in life. this story deals with the concept of what people want and wish for as well as the concept or power of taking something back. does it seem selfish to have wishes that benefit your self other than others? how can the concept of selfishness fit into wishes? is this type of concept fantasy or mythology? questions to think about;
“Heroes are ordinary people who make themselves extraordinary.”
― Gerard Way
“Heroes didn't leap tall buildings or stop bullets with an outstretched hand; they didn't wear boots and capes. They bled, and they bruised, and their superpowers were as simple as listening, or loving. Heroes were ordinary people who knew that even if their own lives were impossibly knotted, they could untangle someone else's. And maybe that one act could lead someone to rescue you right back.”
Jodi Picoult, Second Glance “Living by faith includes the call to something greater than cowardly self-preservation.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings music artists, authors,people that overcome there weaknesses or simply a friend are considered real life hero's, so why can't a guy that knocks on your door and gives you a little bit of hope (in the form of a question) be a hero as well? this fictional character gives us a sense of hope that maybe one day our wish will come true; just as much as the kid who hopes that one day, Spider Man will save the day. "Superman, Perseus or any inhuman, immoral, or god-like being couldn't survive in today's society; yet religion. dreams and other believes can." have you ever wished you could take something back? when you dream you are free, you don't worry about what went on that day, you are free to be in bliss and for once you feel no pain. we use the concept of wishes to capture things that you potentially desire or want.This allows you to brainstorm freely about the things you want without your judgments regarding how/when to accomplish them getting in the way. Hopes, dreams wishes and hero's all make us fortunate of what we have in life and make us think that it could be worst. Escaping Reality;
in life we have always wanted to escape the reality and we do this by reading books and stories, listening to music, watching movies and videos, day dreaming and wishing. this ties into fantasy mythology because other than religious purposes the greeks would tell these stories to children to teach lessons and to tell the stories of greater beings that conquered great battles. “Become major, Paul. Live like a hero. That's what the classics teach us. Be a main character. Otherwise what is life for?”
― J.M. Coetzee by jazzy we hope when we don't know it
it is a natural thing to do
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