The audience relates to this idea in the sense that it is a natural human instinct to find a sense of belonging wherever one may be, they will come to the realisation that although our context may not always suit out needs, we shall always find a place of comfort, even though it may not be anything major.
Belonging is not an inherent right of the human being, but something that is earned through socially valued criteria. Children may feel disconnected from their parents as they may feel that their parents are always too busy to create that attachment within the household.
This reflection occurs at a critical early moment within his suite of poems when Skrzynecki has left school and is beginning to look back on his past. The desire to belong to the Australian culture yet still remember his Polish heritage created a divide between his father and himself and caused cultural and familial confusion.
Remember: This is just a sample from a fellow student. Even a life without belonging is consumed by the yearning to belong-showing that a life untouched by belonging is a life in which satisfaction hence happiness is unattainable.
The notion of belonging or not belonging allows individuals to understand their identity with deeper comprehension of who they are.
In exchange for uploading documents you will receive credits. Once in Australia as part of the post WWII influx of migrants, Feliks devotes himself to creating an environment which he can control. It is a human necessity to feel some sort of connection anywhere an individual is, as it distances them from the feelings of isolation and depression, they feel as though they have a place in the world.
The migrants pose a threat to current Australian pattern of existence and the construct of social Darwinism dictates that the new threat must be eliminated.