The rise, fall and eventual return of former teen heartthrob and musician Justin Bieber fits perfectly into the classic hero's journey story arc as relayed by Joseph Campbell in his 1949 text, The Hero With a Thousand Faces. The classic storytelling method has been used since the beginning of time, exploring the separation, initiation and return of a hero as he or she moves through different worlds, facing tribulations and tests to finally achieve enlightenment and peace. Used famously in classics such as Star Wars, The Matrix, The Wizard of Oz and The Lord of the Rings, the journey ends when our hero can bring his or her gift back to the ordinary world to share with us plebeians. Enter Justin Bieber's new pop-electro-public-apology-can't-stop-dancing-anthem album, Purpose. With this album, Bieber overcame years of media scrutiny, run-ins with law enforcement, a painful and public breakup and the general terribleness of being a teenager, to eventually reaffirm the Belieber inside all of us.