Everything that has a beginning has an end??? (The Matrix Revolutions, 2003), so simple a phrase yet so weighty a meaning. In its core, it represents the basic truth of all life that nothing does last forever. Then again, while there is the beginning and the end, we find that what’s in-between is more of a concern. In the poem, Nothing Gold can Stay, Robert Frost portrays the transition evident in nature ??“ not just the human aspect but life in general. Inspired by this CITATION Din05 l 1033 (Smith, 2005), Stevie Wonder creates one of his remarkable pieces, Stay Gold, implicating the reality that while the journey ends, it is not without meaning.

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Everything that has a beginning has an end??? (The Matrix Revolutions, 2003), so simple a phrase yet so weighty a meaning. In its core, it represents the basic truth of all life that nothing does last forever. Then again, while there is the beginning and the end, we find that what’s in-between is more of a concern. In the poem, Nothing Gold can Stay, Robert Frost portrays the transition evident in nature ??“ not just the human aspect but life in general. Inspired by this CITATION Din05 l 1033 (Smith, 2005), Stevie Wonder creates one of his remarkable pieces, Stay Gold, implicating the reality that while the journey ends, it is not without meaning.

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