Madara's quest to transcend Humanity. An Essay diving into why Madara though he could save the world

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This videos has multiple purposes
It's to celebrate and shine a light on the deep level of writing in Naruto that may not be noticed on the surface level.
I'm exercising my writing abilities
And the most important motivation to me. There are a lot of life lesson to learn within story of Naruto. So I want explain them and make real world parallels. Hopefully it can have a positive effect on someone that watches.

I've seen a common notion that the Uchiha's are bad characters because they are unreasonable in their rebellions. While it is true that they can be unreasonable, it doesn't mean that there isn't a reason behind their madness. In fact one of the biggest morales of Naruto is trying to understand people in order to bring about resolution. If the antagonists were completely sane then what would there even be to resolve? There are certainly things to complain about and you're allowed to have your opinion. However it could also be true that not enough thought and consideration to the situation was given when forming that opinion. When you do a deep dive and look past the surface you'll find an even more accurate truth then what you previously seen.

P.S. If you'd prefer to read the essay let me know. I'll turn my video script into a better formatted essay.
 
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This videos has multiple purposes It's to celebrate and shine a light on the deep level of writing in Naruto that may not be noticed on the surface level. I'm exercising my writing abilities And the most important motivation to me. There are a lot of life lesson to learn within story of Naruto. So I want explain them and make real world parallels. Hopefully it can have a positive effect on someone that watches. I've seen a common notion that the Uchiha's are bad characters because they are unreasonable in their rebellions. While it is true that they can be unreasonable, it doesn't mean that there isn't a reason behind their madness. In fact one of the biggest morales of Naruto is trying to understand people in order to bring about resolution. If the antagonists were completely sane then what would there even be to resolve? There are certainly things to complain about and you're allowed to have your opinion. However it could also be true that not enough thought and consideration to the situation was given when forming that opinion. When you do a deep dive and look past the surface you'll find an even more accurate truth then what you previously seen. P.S. If you'd prefer to read the essay let me know. I'll turn my video script into a better formatted essay.
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This videos has multiple purposes It's to celebrate and shine a light on the deep level of writing in Naruto that may not be noticed on the surface level. I'm exercising my writing abilities And the most important motivation to me. There are a lot of life lesson to learn within story of Naruto. So I want explain them and make real world parallels. Hopefully it can have a positive effect on someone that watches. I've seen a common notion that the Uchiha's are bad characters because they are unreasonable in their rebellions. While it is true that they can be unreasonable, it doesn't mean that there isn't a reason behind their madness. In fact one of the biggest morales of Naruto is trying to understand people in order to bring about resolution. If the antagonists were completely sane then what would there even be to resolve? There are certainly things to complain about and you're allowed to have your opinion. However it could also be true that not enough thought and consideration to the situation was given when forming that opinion. When you do a deep dive and look past the surface you'll find an even more accurate truth then what you previously seen. P.S. If you'd prefer to read the essay let me know. I'll turn my video script into a better formatted essay.
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This videos has multiple purposes It's to celebrate and shine a light on the deep level of writing in Naruto that may not be noticed on the surface level. I'm exercising my writing abilities And the most important motivation to me. There are a lot of life lesson to learn within story of Naruto. So I want explain them and make real world parallels. Hopefully it can have a positive effect on someone that watches. I've seen a common notion that the Uchiha's are bad characters because they are unreasonable in their rebellions. While it is true that they can be unreasonable, it doesn't mean that there isn't a reason behind their madness. In fact one of the biggest morales of Naruto is trying to understand people in order to bring about resolution. If the antagonists were completely sane then what would there even be to resolve? There are certainly things to complain about and you're allowed to have your opinion. However it could also be true that not enough thought and consideration to the situation was given when forming that opinion. When you do a deep dive and look past the surface you'll find an even more accurate truth then what you previously seen. P.S. If you'd prefer to read the essay let me know. I'll turn my video script into a better formatted essay.
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This videos has multiple purposes It's to celebrate and shine a light on the deep level of writing in Naruto that may not be noticed on the surface level. I'm exercising my writing abilities And the most important motivation to me. There are a lot of life lesson to learn within story of Naruto. So I want explain them and make real world parallels. Hopefully it can have a positive effect on someone that watches. I've seen a common notion that the Uchiha's are bad characters because they are unreasonable in their rebellions. While it is true that they can be unreasonable, it doesn't mean that there isn't a reason behind their madness. In fact one of the biggest morales of Naruto is trying to understand people in order to bring about resolution. If the antagonists were completely sane then what would there even be to resolve? There are certainly things to complain about and you're allowed to have your opinion. However it could also be true that not enough thought and consideration to the situation was given when forming that opinion. When you do a deep dive and look past the surface you'll find an even more accurate truth then what you previously seen. P.S. If you'd prefer to read the essay let me know. I'll turn my video script into a better formatted essay.
 
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