The passage that I am looking at from 41-60 and after reading it over and over I find that it is a little tough for me to process, which I hope is normal considering that people don’t talk like this and I don’t read much so I am not ready for this kind of dialect. But for the sake of this paper I shall try and dissect it using one of the three qualities. I am going to tackle the religion one, I am not religious in any sense so I think it would be interesting for me to talk about the text and asking myself if religion is a good source of creativity and relate it to the reading.
I am not sure if the writer is religious, I might have missed it when we read them out loud but let’s just say for the sake of this paper that is he, that way I can counter that with me not being religious. He does get a lot of inspiration from religion. William Wordsmith uses words like “blessed” and “spirit” tells me that he does find inspiration in religion. I think religion, in a certain context, is beautiful. Churches and preachers talking about the holy ghost, talking to god, asking god why he hasn’t talked to them in a while, that kind of stuff I love, when I start to read about the darker side of the religion, which I won’t dive in to cause then this will turn in to a 10 page paper, but that’s where I start to not agree with using religion as inspiration. Maybe I am a little inspired by religion. I find it beautiful to believe, without a shadow of a doubt, in something that is almost impossible to prove exist. I romanticize about religion, and it looks like William Wordsworth’s probably finds more in it than I do. Who knows though, maybe at some point in my life something happens where I find religion but I don’t see that happening anytime soon.
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