The Emotional Perspective

The play expresses the idea that nothing is innocent, and so one must be realistic to adapt like water to the situations in life. One must be a stoic and choose what the greater good is and accept the consequences of their decisions.

There is always a darkness hidden within the bright light; and always a bright light hidden somewhere within the darkness. Using these ways of thinking we can attain the good life. Using the examples from the motives of the play itself, we can use this knowledge to free ourselves. The scenarios in the play bring these thoughts to life and help the audience understand from an introspective perspective of what life really is. The play indirectly motivates the audience to look within and discover common patterns one experiences in life and unveils what lies beneath.

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