1. Darth Vader is looking for some plans. These plans have been taken away by R2-D2 on a smaller ship.
2. Luke Skywalker wants to get out of there and help Princess Leia. His uncle wants to keep him until the crops grow and are harvested.
3. Ben Kenobi is Obi-Wan, an ex-Jedi master, in reality.
4. Ben describes the Force to Luke as a force that gives power to Jedis and an energy field created by all living things. It binds the galaxy together.
5. He matures by becoming more responsible, wanting to become a Jedi, and by learning the ways of the Force. This is triggered by the death of his family and destruction of his home.
6. It narrates the story of a hero and answers the QUESTions. Luke is protected and then he leaves. Just like Siddhartha, but he wanders off with the help of an ally, just like Gilgamesh.
7. Luke dies and resurrects when his uncle and aunt die and his home is destroyed. He passes from psychological dependency to independency. He is able to understand the force and harness its power, and with its help destroys the Death Star. In the movie, there are two deaths and resurrections. First, is Luke's family death, in which Luke resurrects and matures. The second is when Obi-Wan Kenobi is killed by Vader and a part in Luke dies. Obi-Wan resurrects as a voice in Luke's head, but Luke resurrects as well.
8. A) According to Star Wars, we form the Force. We contribute to it and take from it.
B) We are ever locked between the constant conflict and contradiction between the Light and Dark sides of the Force.
C) We got here by destiny, because the Force will not take sides, and where there is greater evil, the light side will prevail.
D) We are here to be part of the Force and participate in the constant conflict between the two sides of the Force.
E) Our body disappears, but our spirit, knowledge, and claim to the Force will stay forever.