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This film is about the life and journey of a little girl named Dorothy One day on her way home she sees a tornado approaching She could not make it to the storm cellar in time so she went into the house instead The tornado hit the house causing a window to hit Dorothy in the head knocking her unconscious This is where she begins her dream of going to a strange land called the land of Oz To help get Dorothy back home there were certain characters like the scarecrow the tin man and the lion to lead her down the yellow brick road to home They set out on a journey to meet the Wizard of Oz who is in the emerald city He alone is able to get them back home However before they get to the emerald city they must face their fears overcome struggles hold true to that which is right and overcome the wicked witch of the west Because evil still exists today facing ones fear overcoming struggles and staying true to what is the right thing to do until the end will always get people to where they need to go It is not easy or convenient but it is very rewarding In the end it will make them a better person Life is a series of struggles and lessons How we react and respond to these struggles and lessons will ultimately lead us home or further away from itKeywords fear courage bravery challenges struggles overcomingLife Lessons in The Wizard of Oz Life lessons that could be found in the movie The Wizard of Oz LeRoy M Fleming V 1939 Facing ones fear overcoming struggles and staying true to what is the right is the right thing to do It will always get people from where they are to a place like home Even though the lion scarecrow and the tin man had fear and struggles
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