The shape of water a rythem for the unique

Nagwa Nasr
Posted January 28, 2018 from Egypt
The shape of water a rythem for the unique

After watching the Master piece of director Guillermo del Toro the shape of water I realized that being different is blessing not curse regardless what most of the people thinking, the lonely mute woman who almost sacrificed her life to safe a water creature rewarded by turning into a sea goddess. The essence of the story was represented before by del Toro in the magnificent movie Pan's labyrinth , the innocent girl who turned to be a princess in a magical world, if We connect these stories to real life we will find many unique and brave females who stand alone against the society to defend their believes, and to Gaine thier rights to live and become happy unfortunately some of them achieve their goals , others lose after a long struggle but when the right time comes they turns to be pioneers and a roll model through the eyes of their admirers, just like the movie, the princess came out from the aches

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Wendy Stebbins
Jan 28, 2018
Jan 28, 2018

Nano,

Thank you for sharing this so beautifully with us. You are right it is a wonderful metaphor for all of us, and a reminder that being different is really a GIFT. It is lonely sometimes but those of us who feel  different are meant to do great things and we must keep going and seek/find our greatness.

Thank you for sharing.

Ubuntu

Wendy Stebbins

Ubuntu is a southern Africa word meaning "I am who I am because of who we are".

Nagwa Nasr
Jan 28, 2018
Jan 28, 2018

Thank you for reading my story, I'm so glad you like it

 Indeed being different is meant to do great things

Jill Langhus
Jan 29, 2018
Jan 29, 2018

Hi Nagwa. I totally agree. I LOVE that movie, but I like being the black sheep, most of the time, and I'm learning to finally embrace being sensitive, feminist and compassionate. I'm interested to hear more about you and your work in subsequent stories:-)

Nagwa Nasr
Jan 29, 2018
Jan 29, 2018

Thank you so much  , you seem very brave lady , surely I'm going to write more stories and I'd like to hear more about you and your work too.

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