Thala is a complex woman. The new regime that she now lives under gives her confidence and security. Familiarity of her new life has a calming and more appreciative influence. Despite her positive outlook, she is however continually questioning herself, and looking for answers that sometimes take time.
At what price has Thala paid to lose her independence?
How much influence from this new found society, is acceptable in life her on Earth?
Thala’s main objective is equal rights for men and woman. However she is constantly confronted with this issue, of whether or not it is achievable. Do these people really want to live without such a strong hierarchy? Is the need of such a hierarchy a basic need of all the people?
Thala never stops questioning, or changing. She is simultaneously brave and sceptical. With her personality and faith that things will change for the better, she lives a fulfilled life. She copes with sadness and death; she aims to live her life to the fullest, and falls in love more than once. With the strength of her family she has happiness and faith in this never-ending life.
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