Proof of Positive Life Change

by Juhee Lee

My best output is the “Father and The Drawings” response, an illustration for Minor Feelings. The main theme of the video is that once a grown-up person mentions and illustrates his/her childhood experiences into a flat, silent sense of words, it proves that the person had positively changed a lot after a life-changing difficulty or new lessons, and becomes able to view their his/her childhood memories in an objective perspective. I related to Chimamanda Ngozi Achidie’s “The Danger of a Single Story”, and Ursula Le Guin’s “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas”, which the latter actually shows the opposite example of people who have not taken to change. 

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