The Pavilion Play
In the play the Pavilion, regret, forgiveness, and living in the present were the main themes presented in this play. Everyone has regrets on what they should or should have done but can we really go back in time to change our decision, no. All we can really do is learn from our mistakes and try not to make the same mistakes again. Forgiving sometimes is a hard thing for someone to do. But once you get to the point where you can forgive someone you can finally move on from the problem. In this play, I will demonstrate what Kari and Peter did to show forgiveness, regret, and also lastly living in the present. What I realized was, Peter one of the characters is always dwelling on the past. He makes the audience realize that he has missed his opportunity, but if he were to be given a chance he would want to go back in time and change his choice of leaving Kari. In the play he kept asking for a second chance from Kari. He knows what he did in the past was wrong and he begged for the narrator to go back a million years so he can redo the decisions he made. But the narrator made it clear that she couldn’t change time. Peter keeps thinking that if he could go back in time he could change everything and everything in the present would be different. But what he doesn’t know is that if you aren’t living in the present then everything that he thinks is all just an illusion. All he could really do now is live with the decisions he made, and live in the present. Living in the present is something I think everyone should do. No one should dwell on pass events and decisions because there is nothing we can do to change what has already happened. All we can really do now is just deal with what we have right now and make the most of it. Another thing Peter dwells on is regret. Throughout the play Peter keeps talking about how he regrets the decision that he made and he wish he could go back and change his decision for Kari. Although Kari tells him there is...
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