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Change affects us all and many paths can be taken to achieve this Change is never easy but always worthwhile This statement holds true to an extent Firstly change is caused by many stimuli whether it is a self change or change caused by a different factor In addition the process of change can be either an easy process or a difficult process As mentioned earlier change can take many paths So depending on the situation the degree of difficulty varies Finally change is worthwhile to an extent Although most change works out in the end due to adaption to the new environment sometimes change does not totally work out in the end The texts used to justify the points mentioned will be The Color Purple TCP by Alice Walker the movie Finding Forrester FF directed by Gus Van Sant and Sky High of the Resource Booklet The cause of the change differs depending on the catalyst of it In TCP Celie undergoes change due to her situation Being an African American woman she has no respect whatsoever Early in the story she is raped by her own step-father and given away for marriage Having already undergone so much change early in her life she is then abused and also struck by Albert The story is written in a diary format making what Celie said more personal He start to choke me saying You better shut up and git used to it This forces Celie to become more withdrawn and resorts to be like a tree to just absorb the blows and continue with life Quite differently in FF change begins through Jamals friends curiosity They notice an old man watching then through his apartment window and observes them play basketball Jamal summons the courage to go up and see what was going on This led to Jamal leaving his schoolbooks behind and Forrester ended up reading his writing and marking it The
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