Christian. 18. British Columbian.
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I’ll lose it if, by the time Korra get’s to the Fire Lord and it turns out to be Zuko, Zuko gives Korra “Iroh like advice” that changes her perspective about war and the spirits.
I also think that although it may seem that Korra is over reacting, we forget that she’s holding the weight of her Tribe on her shoulders. I know Aang would have done everything differently (and better lol) but remember that the Genocide of the Air Nomads weighed heavily on Aang aswell and I’m sure he would act as “urgent” as Korra is if he were in her shoes.
I’m cutting Korra off some slack because Aang’s mission was pretty straight forward and he had the advice of many past lives whereas Korra is like on foreign soil; She doesn’t know what exactly to do and she has no real direction as to what she should do. Aang was raised to keep peace while all/most of Korra’s training had to deal with combat skills. While Aang had a black and white mission -> to stop the fire lord, Korra’s mission are all in shades of gray; She can’t just take one side without recieving scrutiny from the other side and while she’s told to remain neutral (which I disagree with), her family and tribe is at cost.
I distinctly remember all the past lives telling Aang to be decisive and dynamic which is what Korra is doing, only unwisely. Korra reminds me a lot of what I picture Avatar Kyoshi to be like though.
You should never look at things like a mirror, or you’ll only understand yourself. Look at things through a window and you’ll see the wider scope of life.
“He (God) is not a mere mortal like me that I might answer him, that we might confront each other in court. If only there were someone to mediate between us, someone to bring us together” Job 9:32-33
Been reading Job lately :)