The Journey of Your Life Are you just starting out on your journey through life? Are you seeking to find yourself or know yourself better? Or is this a journey into the unknown? How well do you know your heart?
Create New "We are not asking him where the treasure is hidden! We're not even asking him whether there is any treasure or not! I'm not sure, but If you ask this old man anything about it here and now I don't want to go on a boring adventure like that!!
LuffyOne Piece Advertisement: The heroes have traveled far and wide, braved many obstacles and even challenged the forces of darkness to find the legendary lost treasure. So they find the ancient tomb. They open the sarcophagus. And what do they find inside?
No pile of treasure or legendary artifact, just an old coin and a note telling them that they've already found the greatest treasure of all. The legends may have been greatly exaggerated, but all of our heroes have become better people as a result of their experiences. What they found at the end of their journey may only have sentimental value, but its message is clear: As the old saying goes: When It's the Journey That Countsthe object of the seeker's quest turns out to be materially worthless, but also constitutes a revelation that the seeker has grown or developed in some meaningful way during the course of their journey.
Of course, if the protagonist's development is nullified or ignoredthen you have a "Shaggy Dog" Story on your hands. Wanting Is Better Than Having is another aesop that is often invoked with this one. Compare All That Glitterswhere the twist is merely that the treasure is worthless, not that the characters have benefited from the search for it; Bluebird of Happinesswhere the bird is often found back home; Going to See the Elephantwhen arriving at the destination is simply not as important to the plot as the journey there; Magic Featherwhere the protagonist discovers he's always had the abilities he ascribed to the MacGuffin ; and The Homeward Journey.
Contrast Boring Return Journey. Note that, by this trope's very nature, spoilers follow! Goku spends a good while trying to catch Karin before finding out that catching him is the training; the "magic water" is just that: Master Roshi, on the other had, spends a lot longer trying to catch Corin and finding out the truth.
It turns out to be blank. She spends a good long while looking for secret writing before figuring out it means she needs to look within herself for the secrets. In Mahou Sensei Negima!What they found at the end of their journey may only have sentimental value, but its message is clear: these are lessons they would only have learned by setting out in search of it.
As the old saying goes: "it's the journey, not the destination". It is good to have an end to journey towards; but it is the journey that matters in the end.
- Le Guin, Ursula A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. The best way for me to explain it to all of you is to tell you what I said to her.
I told her that she has been the joy of my life and that she has given me everything. She has taught me to have faith and to have hope. Ursula LeQuin's concept 'It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end,' is an accurate, fair comment that relates and compares well to Roberto Benigi's film Life Is Beautiful and 'The Road Not Taken' composed by Robert Frost, whereas The Red Tre.
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