Man of Steel might literally “set the tone” for a linear cinematic DC Universe, as Empire Magazine reports that Warner Bros. will want Zack Snyder to direct Justice League: given Man of Steel’s success at the box office.
NF’s believe that as they let go of selfishness they get a clearer and clearer picture of who they really are—a glimpse of their true nature, unfettered by worldly fears or desires. — Please Understand Me II p. 133
Thor Odinson was born the crown prince of Asgard, son of Odin and Gaea. Raised with the luxury of a future crown, and the power of an ancient relic, Thor’s bravery and might turned into naievety and arrogance. With the assistance of his devious step-brother Loki, Thor started an unnecessary war with Asgard’s sworn enemies the Frost Giants. Realizing his mistake, Odin cast a potent spell on the source of Thor’s power: Mjolnir, ensuring that it can only be wielded by those with a pure heart. Acquiring exactly that, Thor took his exile as a lesson in humility, and returned with a renewed appreciation for life’s beauty. Virtuous, noble, valiant, and altruistic, The God of Thunder is a fictional Idealist. Indeed Thor has a tendency to offer his own life in exchange for others, and knows: as all Idealist’s do, that a loving heart is the truest wisdom.
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