Changing Perspective Creates Awakening

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Changing Perspective Creates Awakening

Change. It is a concept often discussed as being an inevitable part of human life, something people has experienced numerous of times, and will continue to experience throughout their lives. Change comes in many forms and has a range of effects, which are either negative or positive on those who experience it and respond to it. Change, particularly in relation to the topic ¡°Changing perspective creates awakening¡±, is a view that is repeatedly explored and been written in poem/film by thousands of composers.
This is evident in the poems such as ¡°Sky-High¡±, ¡°Drifters¡±, ¡°No More Boomerang¡± as well as movie, Patch Adam. These texts emphasize changes in their lives through the use of various
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The quote ¡°she won¡¯t even ask why they¡¯re leaving this time, or where they¡¯re heading for¡± It causes the reader to believe that change is a negative thing and they can¡¯t do anything about it. ¡°Drifters¡± show and describes different perspective from each member of family. We¡¯ve already seen what Kids and the mother¡¯s perspective as well as this quote: ¡°The older girl is close to tears because she was happy here, and how the young girl is beaming because she wasn¡¯t. The composer uses emotive language to describe each members feeling.

Another set text is Aboriginal poem called ¡°No More Boomerang¡± by Oodgeroo Noonuccal in 1966, which shows us how life has become difficult and restricted for the indigenous people after the European settlement. Oodgeroo Noonuccal discuss about the changes Europeans brought, how it affects his people and realizes that he can¡¯t do anything about these negative changes. Noonuccal use repetition ¡°No More Something then Now it¡¯s something else¡± to describe things they enjoyed before the European came that they don¡¯t or can¡¯t have it any more. (e.g No more boomerang, No more spear, Now we are all civilized etc¡¦)
The composer also uses alliteration (Use of ¡°no more¡±) and conjunction to emphasize the changes and that voice his opinions that his not happy about it. The poem also contains slang like ¡°Bunyip¡± to give the readers aborigines feeling.

The final text that was ORT (Other related text) is Patch Adams


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