Tragedy. Defined as an event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress, such as a serious accident, crime, or natural catastrophe. However, tragedy is a also a mystery. We don’t expect something to wrong and we aren’t able to predict who, what, when, where and why. We aren’t future tellers and tragedy is always looming around the corner and is unavoidable. We are generally helpless when tragedy does strike and what makes or breaks us is how we pick ourselves up. Its not that you fell off the horse it is that you get back on that is important. The one key to getting back on that horse is the support of the people around you: Your support System.
In the movie Frozen two daughters had a major tragedy loosing their parents in a shipwreck. The eldest, Elsa, was born with magic and dependent on her parents for almost everything like keeping her powers a secret. The other daughter, Anna, was normal and wasn’t aware of her sisters special abilities. So when their parents perished Elsa was hopeless locking herself in her room and refused to talk and open up. Yet, despite all of the rejections by her sister Anna was persistent. Anna frequently checked in with her sister and never gave up hope. Through it all, Elsa and Anna grew to be so close that Anna nearly gave up her life. Yet if it weren’t for the support of Anna, Elsa would have still been unsuccessfully trying to get back on that horse.
Moral: When going through a tough situation its okay to rely on your family and friends for support.