In: Philosophy and Psychology

Submitted By Asmamzq
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I choose to write about Walt Disney because as reading his biography I found many challenging events and many problems that he face before reaching fame and popularity, and in my opinion I think that recently when people see the films and cartoons of Disney nobody may think that this person fatigue to reach his ambition and without him it wont be as we see it now. So, I think his life is a lesson to everybody have an aim and want to reach it. In Disney’s early life he and his brother and friend made their own studio called Disney brothers’ studio. In 1925, Disney hired an ink-and-paint artist named Lillian Bounds. After a brief courtship, the couple married. This event is talking about Erikson’s stage intimacy vs. isolation, and its basically is taking about the ability to share one’s self with another person of either sex without losing one’s own identity and sharing love with others. Disney brothers’ studio invented a character called Oswald the Lucky Rabbit; a few years later they discovered that Winkler and her husband, had stolen the rights to Oswald. Right away the brothers’ invented a new cartoon character called Mickey Mouse. This event is talking about a stage that Erickson’s mention generativity vs. stagnation, which means to direct their energy and focus on solutions to social issues, and in this case Disney resolve a difficulty of facing people who stole his ideas and this issue did not stop his mission but to do something else much better than what he have before and improve a situation by inventing a new character. Disneyland theme park opened in the summer of 1955, where children and their families could explore, take rides and meet the Disney characters. The Disneyland theme park entertains tourists from around the world and it expanded globally; in Tokyo, Paris and Hong Kong, with a Shanghai location slated to open in December 2015. Disney won 22…...

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