It's the Journey That Matters

“It is the journey, not the destination that matters”
Robert Frost was and still is considered a very wise man. He was a world class poet and was considered one of the greatest minds of his time. Throughout his works he chose a variety of themes to display. The main theme that was showcased was “life goes on.” This means that when a person reaches their goal, their life’s dream, there would always be more meaning to the rest of their days. This is incredibly important in both fictional and real life situations as how would somebody continue to live and prosper if they have already reached their goal? In order for an audience to feel any form of sympathy or empathy or indeed any emotion they must be able to relate to the characters situation.  
This is also depicted in an excerpt from The Turning and also from the film Eurotrip. In all three texts there is a “realization” moment, which is where the character has reached their goal or is reflecting upon past moments they have lived. Reflection is necessary as it influences the journey’s destination. As the characters physical or emotional health changes, so may their sense of adventure and thus their goal/destination may change.
The journey is the thing that actually changes the person and their state of mind so that they can be the person that they need to be, physically, emotionally, or intellectually in order to reach their goal. It is in this way that the statement “It is the journey, not the destination that matters” is proved. A journey is a thing of truth. It allows a person to optimize their way of life.
During the course of Eurotrip certain hiccoughs take place. These include the main characters getting drunk and passing out on a bus that takes them in the opposite direction to where they want to go. Through this experience the characters stick together and make plans to reverse this situation and get to their desired destination while hitting yet more hiccoughs along the way. In this scenario the...