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Themes in "The Road Less Traveled"

Summary: Confronting problems of life and the benefits of suffering in M. Scott Peek's "The Road Less Traveled."
The Road Less Traveled

M. Scott Peek starts off with "life is difficult." Peck speaks of discipline and how it is the basic tool required to solve our problems. Life is a series of problems and what makes life difficult is the process of confronting and solving problems. These problems "evoke in us frustration or grief or sadness, anguish or despair." yet it is in facing these problems that we gain wisdom, strength and courage. Any problem brings out a certain emotion; feelings and these feelings can be at times very painful. But it is this that helps us grow. A good example he mentions is school, we purposely give our students a set of problems based on their grade level and ask them to solve it and through them learning different methods of accomplishing the problems they learn, they grow. But this is...

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