Television Series Tackles Real and Fantasy of Life
Television series are done through imagination and experiences of the author. They were done with the combination of real and fantasy of life. Real things that happened with the author and his fantasies that is not possible to happened that he just brings it out through the story his writing.
Author's imagination is to be admire. They wrote what they have in mind. Stories that people can learn on and people will see themselves through. TV series usually tackles the life of real people towards their relationship to their family, friends, special someone usually called as boyfriends or girlfriends, colleagues, work, etc.
Television series that tackles just like our real life are tv series on where we can see ourselves. Some put themselves to the character and feels what the character felt right at that moment. Audience cry, laugh, join the feelings of the character that he pictures out just like him. We experience different things but there are somethings that some of us have in common like heartaches, family problems, money, etc.
Life is not perfect, problems will definitely occur and for that each of us create fantasies. Fantasies that we ourselves know that it is impossible to happen. Like for the man of our dreams, that we fantasy those people on television; actors, singers or basketball players which we want we will be with us for the rest of our lives. There's nothing wrong on that though we just have to know that fantasies are just fantasies and we do not have to set our lives on it. We can try to set those fantasies for real if we think it is possible but if not we do not have to waste time on it. We do not have to enclose our mind on those. We have to live our lives for real.
On each television series we will learn valuable lessons that we can put on our lives and that we can share to others for it will not be wasted and for our lives be more better.
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