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The Element of Travel

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Mano Qureshi

on 10 December 2013

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Transcript of The Element of Travel

Conclusion
The Element of Travel brought forth--> Peace of mind
Starting fresh
Redemption from past sins
Ishmael Beah's A Long Way Gone
Quote from page 194
“It was not easy being a soldier, but we just had to do it. I have been rehabilitated now, so don’t be afraid of me. I am not a soldier anymore; I am a child. We are all brothers and sisters. What I have learned from my experiences is that revenge is not good. I joined the army to avenge the deaths of my family and to survive, but I’ve come to learn that if I am going to take revenge, in that process I will kill another person whose family will want revenge; then revenge and revenge and revenge will never come to an end...”
Our own multicultural society
Built primarily because of travels
Travelling represented growth, learning and adaptation
Brought about knowledge of our surroundings
Amir's Adventures
The Element of Travel
Beah's travels
Provided him with an opportunity to learn
Provided the western world with an opportunity to learn
Gave him a more thorough understanding of himself
Without the element of travel
No personal growth
No growth as a nation
No economic development
Living under a rock
The motivation behind his travels
His longing for redemption
His guilt
A sense of accomplishment
Quote From Chapter 4
"In the end, I was Pashtun and he was Hazara, I was Sunni and he was Shi'a, and nothing was ever going to change that."
Discussion Question
How has traveling had an impact on your perspective of the world?
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