Religious Studies Essay Paper on Clip Art Analysis

Clip Art Analysis

Clip Art

            The phrase that I fancy the most is “The joy of life is the lack of ability to tell the future, this makes the future hold many possibilities, makes all things possible as long as one works hard.” This utterance motivates me because it makes me understand that in life there is nothing like destiny or predestination. Everyone stands an equal chance of succeeding and attaining self-actualization. This simply means, there is no one born with a title, you write your own story and prove to the world that integrity, respect and honor can make an individual climb heights that are beyond measure. It reminds me of the Hon. Bin Clinton story where he tells his mother of his dying wish as a young man to become the president of America when he gets of age(Clinton, 2005). This is a motivation to many children in the world over, it eradicates and breaks barriers created in attaining ambitions and dreams.

            The clip of art that I have chosen is that of a man, probably in his fifties. He is clad a yellow hat with a blue t-shirt. He is a blond who looks English. The look in his eyes reveals sorrow, and the texture of his skin and nature of his beards denotes some form of hardship. This reflects that the man in the clip of art is from a humble background, toiling to make ends meet. The reason(s) for my choice of this clip of art is because it preaches to children coming from humble backgrounds. The fact that your family is humble does not necessarily guarantee that an individual child won’t make it in life. Though success is relative but the standard gauge of success is the ability to comfortably handle all the expenses and give back to the society.

            The future is dynamic, different people have abilities and talents that can change lives and make the world perfect to live in. pictures are a direct communication to humanity depending on how you view and interpret them, they have lessons and communicate in a language that only the keen can understand(Raser, 2004). Life offers a diversity of opportunities.

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Clinton, B. (2005). My life. London: Arrow Books.

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Raser, T. (2004). The simplest of signs: Victor Hugo and the language of images in France: 1850-1950. Newark: University of Delaware Press.

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