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The process is not easy and definitely requires a lot of effort from the side of the patient and his family members. Facts differ from case to case and we will study all the aspects of pain, fear and loss of control in individuals from a rites of passage aspect, wherein various factor and aspects related to birth and death like pain, fear and loss of control are observed from a societal perspective.
Pain can be inflicted on a person or a society in several ways. Pain could be physical or psychological. While physical pain can cause a person to take life changing decisions, psychological pain definitely has an impact on the future course of a person’s life. Even an animal changes its ways when inflicted repeatedly with pain and torture. Life offers many occasions of pain to individuals and whether physical or mental, painful memories are those which make man take wise decisions in life.
Birth and death are both painful processes. Other than that, on an individual basis, pain comes in the form of torture or disease. While torture is a pain causing element coming from an external source, disease related pain is often intrinsic and hard to bear. Torture leads to revengeful feelings while disease related pain can either instill fear of fatality or a positivity n the outcome to fight the condition using medication, trained staff like doctors and nurses and long term counseling and therapy (Fox & Worts, 1999, p.326).
In a society, pain is usually inflicted by a tyrant governing body or war. Pain in society is often the reason behind severe losses in humanity. For example, the World War II resulted due to the pain of loss and underdevelopment in the German and Russian populations that led to rise of figures who believed in violence.
A person undergoing pain is definitely isolated from other people around him since he is unable to reach a balanced
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The journey of birth till death sees many emotional, psychological and physical transitions, and different cultures celebrate these transitions in different ways. When an individual completes one milestone, it is celebrated and the person’s growth is honored.
Changes in human life take a different form and ranges from birth to death, getting married and divorcing. Rites of passage can also be celebrated to signify the change in the life of a person from one stage of life to the next. In addition, the journey in human life is marked by various ceremonies, which can either be personal or designed in a group.
As such, a psychoanalytic criticism seeks to uncover the unresolved emotions within a piece of writing, through the use of aspects such as symbolism, displacement and condensation. This is an important technique, as Freud and other authors suggest that the subconscious mind is much large and more complex than the conscious, and contains a substantial amount of repressed thoughts and emotions (Berger 75-76).
Rites of passages indicate that a person had gone through a stage in his life and is celebrating the commencement of a new chapter in his existence. Different rituals within each culture are established and conducted in order to celebrate these transitions.
In analyzing the components both these Islamic rites, it can be demonstrated how these aspects are effectively brought together.
When a Muslim is near death, loved ones will gather to pray with them, seeking forgiveness and believing that death is but a step towards eternal life, a tenet of the Islamic faith.
ivided into two regions: the Southwest Tibet that has a mild climate, and the Northwest Tibet that has river valleys that serve as animal rearing land for the nomads, but is desolate (Kapstein, p30). The Tibetan language is the native language for the Tibetans that has three
the state that serves to reveal both sides of the society, with one side being that of a fragmented society that is divided between those who have more and those who have less, and the other side of the un-fragmented society, which is bound together by social ties, and
This included the sick, destitute children and disabled. Usually, these disadvantaged people, having no steady source of income, suffered from economic changes and poor living condition. As a result of this, the mid nineteenth century saw significant deterioration of
g themselves from the public, cohesion that involves bonding with other officers, conservatism that defends the status quo, the criminal blindness that allows the police ignore the law and CYA where the officers distance themselves from their supervisors in a careful manner to