The War Within
“The Most Dangerous Game” seemingly is a story about two men whose lives have been forever changed and shaped by war. Rainsford, a retired World War 1 hero, who has since made a career out of hunting big game across the world. General Zaroff, a Russian nobleman and former Cossack Army General who’s also a hunter in his own right. Except he has grown old of his normal prey and has created a private island in which he can collect and hunt the worlds top predator, man. For being one of mankind’s oldest past times, war is a touchy subject. Millions of men, women, and children have risked and lost their lives over centuries of conflict. Race, region, and religion have all played a part in kick starting conflict that ends in bloodshed. A very different and dangerous war we can all relate to is the one we harbor inside ourselves. 1[ War has shaped men, women, and children not only to fight and defend, but has created leaders in our society]. 2[ For some, war time has changed them in a variety of ways, some good and some bad]. 3[ What remains important is how one manages to move foreword and not identify oneself through actions done during war.] 4[ For some they will forever be in a mental or psychological battle due to the atrocities of war, and some have never set foot on a battle field].
War has shaped millions of men, women, and children throughout millennia in both positive and very negative ways. Having had gone through the riggers of their training people coming home from war can maintain and excel in the workforce. They are trained to lead others, complete a target task with efficiency, and they can also take direction. So it is a perfect set of skills in any arena. Weather people returned from war in the 21 century, or 480 B.C., the individual carried with him/her the responsibilities and moral obligation of a soldier and member of that society.
During their transformation from civilian to soldier, some people...