Damage Project ( Internal)

I think the one thing that we can see as the overall picture in the book is our society we are living in is not perfect. We all have our own struggles whether it’s internally or externally. Some people have problems that can be visible or some might struggle with their thoughts. Everyone has their own problems to deal with. One of the things that is portrayed in the book is the biblical view. I shows how human nature goes through a cycle of falling and healing. The process is known as the universal story of humanity. I think this is the biggest message I have seen when reading this book. The authentic and relatable sense of the book made the message more interesting. It shows how everyone is fighting their own war, and living a life full of challenges. When we face a tough problem, sometimes we feel like giving up. One thing we have to remember is after falling their is only one way, which is healing. No matter what problems in life you face, know that there will always be light at the end of the tunnel. Sometimes in a current situation we may think that nothing is going to get better, but as time past if we over come these challenges the more stronger we get. Life is all about overcoming obstacles and growing from it. The book incorporates christian view into the structure of the book. I think it is important to incorporate the biblical perspective, because it really teaches us lessons about life. The christian view gives us a better outlook on how we should deal with our internal struggles.Screen Shot 2562-04-09 at 11.21.31 PM.png

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