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Ahsoka Doubles Down On One Of The Last Jedi’s Most Controversial Scenes

Ahsoka Doubles Down On One Of The Last Jedi's Most Controversial Scenes
Ahsoka Doubles Down On One Of The Last Jedi's Most Controversial Scenes

Ahsoka Tano’s latest animated adventure has subtly reinforced one of the most controversial scenes in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

In the fifth episode of Ahsoka, the titular character finds herself in the World Between Worlds, a realm that exists outside of time and space. There, she encounters what appears to be the Force ghost of Anakin Skywalker.

Anakin tells Ahsoka that she must let go of her anger and hatred towards him. He also tells her that she must learn to see the good in everyone, even those who have done wrong.

This message is strikingly similar to the one that Rose Tico delivers to Finn in The Last Jedi. In that film, Rose tells Finn that he cannot allow his anger towards the First Order to consume him. She also tells him that he must find the strength to forgive those who have wronged him.

Both Rose and Anakin’s messages are about the importance of compassion and understanding. They are about the need to move beyond anger and hatred in order to find peace.

This is a message that has been echoed throughout the Star Wars saga. In Return of the Jedi, Luke Skywalker refuses to kill Darth Vader, even though Vader has done terrible things. Luke knows that if he gives in to his anger, he will become just like Vader.

In The Mandalorian, Din Djarin learns to trust Grogu, even though Grogu is a member of the same species that killed his parents. Din knows that Grogu is not responsible for the actions of others.

The message of compassion and understanding is one that is as relevant today as it ever was. In a world that is often divided by anger and hatred, it is important to remember that we are all connected. We are all part of the same Force.

Ahsoka’s journey through the World Between Worlds is a reminder that we must all learn to see the good in everyone, even those who have done wrong. It is a reminder that we must all find the strength to forgive.

Only then can we hope to find peace.

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