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How does a story ending with so much despair transform into a tale of hope When victims look at all that they have lost when the reader follows them on their journey surrounded by death people cant help but be filled with despair They think about the things they have read or seen They think about their own lives about the real world They compare the two in their heads Slowly questions bud in their streams of thought They ask how can this happen how can there really be no hope What they dont see is that is exactly how the story transforms into a feeling of hope through inspiration The reader feels the pain that the protagonist feels They apply it into their own lives and live to inspire another into doing the same They cannot change the ending of the book but they can change the ending of their own story Two great examples of sacrifice for the hope of others are the tales of Elisha and the tale of jobThe book dawn tells about a young man Elisha who must kill an English officer for his terrorist cause The cause wants freedom for the Jews in Palestine and Elisha believes in this cause and wants to help out all he can but he does not know if he can lower himself to murder He essentially goes crazy and completes the assassination Not only killing the hostage but also a piece of himself At the end of this book a reader can only wonder why lives need to be taken for freedom and the wants and needs of man Soldiers of every country fight for what they think for what they believe is the best route for all of mankind Readers realize just how precious their freedom is They cannot squander it they must use it appreciate it and maybe even protect itThe tale of is from long long ago Found in the
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