Does it happen in real life?
No. You usually have to get up, get hurt, try harder and make your worries go away all on your own. A character thats a boon/blessing from god is irreversibly damaging for the psyche of a gentry thats deeply divided along communal lines. On top of that it endorses the fact that its okay if you dont take responsibility of tragedies in your life and instead you being Gods favorite child, youd be taken care of and thats dangerous.
What is the larger character journey?
Here the character journeys of the lead is usually very deeply based on her status as gods beloved kid which makes it a very unstable and patronizing foundation for a character. Shows pit these characters as religious, pious and whats worse, innocent and morally sound just by virtue of being religious. What the audience might unfortunately pick up is an ideal type of heroin that makes any digression from this type, unworthy. By consequence these shows preach terribly regressive ideas and more so, because this audience is completely weakened by superstition and religious fundamentalism.
How could we have done it better?
By making the characters more reliant on themselves than on miraculous interventions by the almighty might bring a logical justification to the sequence of events manifesting on the shows. Gods chosen child is also a very degenerative concept, especially one that the audience will lose nothing if it misses out on. In recent shows though this theme has been toned down a bit where the protagonist makes arrangements by her-self or via other aid leaving god alone.
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