Theme Of If By Rippling

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‘If’ is a poem written by Rudyard Kipling. In the poem Kipling tries to give us the advice for life, where in life balance of things are required, stay humble, avoid extremes. Through this advises the poem talks about the theme of hope, love from a father and wisdom in life. The writer delivers a powerful message that we can all take away with a hope for a brighter more peaceful future.

The author talks about the theme of hope. In the poem it portrays to find goodness even in the darkest circumstance, then there will be “Earth and everything that’s in it” given to you. it continues about the importance of hope and what it can bring. “And hold on when there is nothing in you, except the Will which will say to them: ‘Hold on’ ”.This idea was
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In the society, Guideline exists in many things for effective progress. In the society, there are many factors which help the development of teenagers. Parents, teachers, elders, services and even through literacy, these teach the young teenagers to become a successful person, internally. For this poem, it specifically talks about advice from a father. In the poem, the author also tries to show effective Guideline that could help the beginners in society. Many young adults struggle when they go into the wider world. “If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or being hated don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:” This stanza in the poem teach us to listen to others, have patience, have integrity, stay positive and be modest then you will become successful. I felt author’s wisdom towards life and the way of speech. The tone of didactic made me to knowledge the skills, wisdom to develop as a person. This tone made me keep up with the ideas like patience, integrity, stay positive, be modest. Therefore the poem appealed to me in a way it leads into the ways to improve as a person. I personally think through this the author taught a valuable lesson to the readers and also his…show more content…
I felt the lessons from the poem was helpful as myself being teenagers I always find struggles in the wider world. By the poem listing, all the possible wisdom felt like guiding myself to become better adults in the future. The poem provided me with valuable lessons, it made me to knowledge the importances of holding hope until very last and to stay humble. The author's purpose was to develop the minds of the young generation and to make better future by giving advice. I felt that this poem is a good guideline to the young generation like myself, as this poem was written in a parental love way. His son was also a teenager, therefore, I think this poem will be an influential guide for the young adults to become mature grown-ups. Also, being a beginner in the wider world this made me think about a structure I needed to follow to become successful, the suitable person for a better world. The poem became a guideline to me to be a successful person not only in wealth but inside. Therefore I like to recommend to the young teenagers and year 12's. The young adults will face the society followed by many hard circumstances, by telling us to believe in our will and ourselves gives them the courage and hope to overcome and see the bright future. Because without hope, there won’t be any dreams, future, and motive in the
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