What is the value of a story? How can you measure it’s worth? Maybe not it’s worth in money, but it’s worth measured by the impact it has on the reader.
I have realized that my stories don’t have much worth. They are shallow. I think the messages in my stories are almost unattainable. My stories are interesting for a younger audience who seek to find an adventure. I suppose they are worth something to younger people. People that haven’t quite matured and are fascinated by the adventures of a protagonist. Whether that be surviving battles, riding eagles, spying on orcs, or surviving harsh climates 수원스웨디시.
Maybe there are themes in my stories, but they aren’t something I intentionally put in there. My story “The Prairie Fire” I think is probably the best story I have written. Probably the only story I actually intended to have a message or theme behind the words. The theme of sacrifice, and love, and acceptance of what you are.
I suppose there are themes mostly of love for others in my other stories, but they don’t resound easily. They don’t jump from the page and grip at the hearts of the readers. A story with a theme that is strongly portrayed pulls tears from its audience, makes them think, changes them somehow.
I want to look again at the story of AVATAR. That movie is the best movie I have ever seen. After watching it I had to question my own self worth. I had to look in myself and tell myself that I am not a bad person, that I am a good person, that I must love who I am, and that I must take care of what I have and be grateful for it and to respect the other cultures of my world. Protect the history of our people.
The worth of AVATAR is so great, I think, that it will probably go down in history as one of the great movies of our time. In my article “The Creation of World Heroes” I talked about how heroes are made. They are made when pioneering takes place. Well AVATAR and it’s creator James Cameron pioneered the hearts of many people. Look on the internet at any review of this movie and you will see incredible responses to the movie.
How did James Cameron create such a masterpiece of art worth more then the value of the dollars it brought in. I think it was a theme centered movie, with a story that swirls around it. And every moment of that movie leads up to the theme, and by the time you are finished watching it, it is like you came out of a dream world, wishing you could go back to experience more.