Thor, The God of Thunder is one of the strongest characters of the MCU. The character was created by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, and Jack Kirby. In the movie, Thor’s character was portrayed by Chris Hemsworth. In 2002, Stan Lee described Thor’s genesis early in the Marvel pantheon, after the creation of the Hulk.
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Don’t Go Looking For a Fight
Thor has always been ambitious about being the King of Asgard. When he is first introduced in the Thor movie, he is portrayed as a brave warrior but as an arrogant god. After he crosses his line by defying Odin’s orders and venturing into Jotunheim to wage war against the Frost Giants along with the Warriors Three and Loki, he breaks the truce between the two races.
He gets in trouble when Odin intervenes and teleports them back to Asgard. There, they had an intense argument, after which Odin strips Thor of his ranks, and powers, and takes away Mjolnir. After this, Thor gets banished to Earth along with Mjolnir.
In the real world, it is not wise to look for a fight. One should control their temper, avoid conflict, and resolve issues peacefully.
You Have To Prove Yourself Worthy
Since Thor was a god, he thought that he is superior to other beings and took all his powers for granted. Odin takes away all his powers to teach him humility. Thor finds out that Mjolnir is also on Earth and goes to retrieve it and finds out that it is in a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility. After fighting a few S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, he tries to lift his hammer and finds out that he is no longer worthy. This changes him. He tries to be a better hero and regains his powers.
In the real world, if you want to earn a reward, you have to realize your faults, have a better plan of action and try to achieve your goals.
Don’t Fall For the Same Trick
Thor and Loki are portrayed as rivals and siblings at the same time. Loki always wanted to rule the world since both of them were kids. Being the God of Mischief, he always seems to have the upper hand. Thor can be all brave and powerful but is a little foolish at times. He even falls for Loki’s illusion when he sat on the throne disguised as Odin for years until Thor realizes and reveals his true identity in public.
In life, it is wise to trust people, but it is better not to give chances to the same person who has cheated on you again and again. One should also watch out for traps and people who betray them.
Home Isn’t Only A Place
When Thor learns that Hela draws her power from Asgard, he realizes that the only way to vanquish her is to destroy Asgard. For this, he releases Surtur by putting his crown into the Eternal Flame. After Surtur destroys Hela and Asgard, Thor and the other surviving Asgardians leave on a ship to find a new home for themselves on Earth. This is where Thor realized that Asgard is not a place. It is the people of Asgard who make it feel like home.
In real life, an individual’s home can be a place where they can be together with the people they love. Also, they can call it home, where everybody supports each other and live like a family.
One can learn a lot from the life of Thor. He made many mistakes throughout his life and learned from them. He also gathered his guts and came out stronger, especially after the events of Avengers: Infinity Wars and Avengers: Endgame. Moreover, he finds his purpose and works to get his life back on track.