All of us who consider ourselves fans of Masashi Kishimoto’s work have been moved and inspired on more than one occasion with his characters and the life of the shinobi world, specifically with his protagonist. Naruto Uzumaki who undoubtedly taught us various lessons that have served some of us in daily life in the real world just like a psychology student who even dedicated her thesis to the blonde ninja.
It is no lie that many anime works have a great cultural background closely related to the culture of education, values and honor that has distinguished the Japanese so much for generations. A series of ideologies that largely adhere to the concept of personal development and improvement, as well as honoring the family and protecting others.
We have seen it over and over again in series like Dragon Ball, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Jujutsu Kaisen, Rurouni Kenshin, among others, but maybe Naruto be the best and clearest example, especially when we talk about overcoming ourselves to be better and never giving up. A couple of concepts that seemed to be crucial in the life as a student of a girl named Ana Laura Giménez who, after years of effort and study, graduated with a degree in Clinical Psychology from the National University of Asunción, Paraguay, after successfully defending her thesis which she dedicated to her loved ones and her hero from the Hidden Village of The sheet.
“I wanted to give Naruto a space in the dedication or thanks, precisely because of his iconic phrase ‘Dattebayo’ or ‘Really’”explained to Ana Lauraalso mentioning that “Naruto is a serious case, despite all the adversities he went through during the series, he grew up without parents and the one who had to take care of him let everyone despise him, he always said that he was going to be the next Hokage, although they made fun of him. of him and never gave up, nor was he weak in the face of adversity and as all fans of the series expect, he became Hokage “
The now clinical psychologist explained that her taste for anime is not related to her professional career, commenting that “Despite being professionals, we are people, humans, we have our own personality or tastes, we are not a face to the public and that’s it.”
In the end we can say that like many other people, Ana Laura Giménez was really moved by the effect Narutosame that infected all the friends of the shinobi, teachers, people from Konoha and fans of the series, who we can really see in him what is motivation, overcoming, wanting to do things and above all, never give up , a series of ideas or concepts that may seem simple but actually applying them to our daily lives is much more complicated than we think.
What do you think that this girl has dedicated her thesis to Naruto?
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