The Last of the Mohicans
All human beings have beliefs and values which they develop throughout their lives, and
some are passed from one generation to the other. The experiences that people go through with
their parents, friends, family and the community at large defines the kind of beliefs and values
that they develop. Differences in what one community views to be of value or what they believe
in necessitates the need to appreciate diversity to interact with the outside world. Values are
usually principles or qualities that a community or an individual holds in high regard and abides
by them. Values are the basis from which we make our decisions and how we live our lives and
is mainly formed by the belief about the particular ideas we have. Values can be linked in all
aspects of life including gender, religion, race, culture and language.
On the other hand, beliefs are established from real experiences and are mostly based on
what happened in the past and not the current events. Both the beliefs and values affect the
quality of work and life that we have because what people believe is what they experience.
Beliefs can be based on religion, culture and morals and they are of significant value because
they tell who we are. Pre-existing beliefs are formed out of stereotypes that develop around
people, and this defines the fact that different people and races have different beliefs either about
their way of life or other people. What communities’ accord to be of value also varies for
The last of the Mohicans is a movie that was developed from a novel written by Cooper
about the last members of a Native tribe in America that was becoming extinct. The main
characters of the mov...