Throughout time the human species has had the liberty to perceive that one’s own geography can truly change his or her destiny. The transformation of a destiny based on its geography can be seen in real life, books, and even movies. Do people control their destiny? Can geography change destiny? It certainly can. Technology is the center at which everything revolves around. The technology can be both primitive and modern. Throughout history many people has left their homeland in search of a better home or to start fresh. In some ancient civilizations, the people have learned to cope with the problem of not having technology. The revolution of destiny is a result of a person’s geography.
In a movie called Hotel Rwanda it describes a man named Paul Rusesabagina who lives in the middle of a civil war in Nigeria that was currently being torn apart by two groups. These two groups were called the Hutu and the Tutsi. In this movie the strong connection between destiny and geography can be seen. Despite Paul not moving to any location, he is in the midst of a civil war which will change his destiny of being a living life saver. Paul believed it was his fate to rescue as many people as he could and shield the children from harm. He successfully kept the children and the people from harm’s way. In addition to Paul saving the children and the people he cares, he has also contributed in many other ways.
Hotel Rwanda challenges one of the most horrendously unpleasant happenings in recent history. While the Hutu extremists of Rwanda commenced a frightening campaign of genocide, massacring hundreds of thousands of minority Tutsis while the rest of the world observed and did nothing. Paul is a very successful businessman who smoothly greases the wheels and makes powerful connections in all of Rwandan life. His wife, Tatiana, is a Tutsi. She urges Paul to use his influence to help local Tutsis, who are being harassed and beaten with increasing frequency, but Paul will only use...
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