Love and empathy has a great impact on Ender’s fear. “Maybe humanity needs me to find out what you are good for. We might both do despicable things, Ender, but if humankind survives then we were good tools,” Graff says (Scott Card, 35). Graff uses emotion to make Ender more empathetic toward humanity and their future, especially Valentine’s future, the one Ender adores, so that he will jeopardize his life for the sake of everyone he loves on earth. Graff gives a rise to Ender’s fear about his family so that he will get encouraged to save them all from the buggers, which is true.
It is important for someone to know their true identity because that is who they really are and what is so great about them. Someone's true identity makes them different from other people and no one really wants to be the same because if everything was the same, then life would not be as near as fun as it is today. Someone's identity is also important because that is what people like the most about that specific person. People have friends because of their identity and personality and that is why one's identity is so important. In the short clip of April and the movie Hercules, April and Hercules had trouble finding who they really were because of all the challenges that they faced.
Lennie’s dependency on George helped the reader at the end of the book because it showed that Lennie was not capable of doing things on his own and needed George to steer him in the right direction. Lennie needed George and was not safe on his own. Killing Lennie was George’s way of showing a sacrifice by doing something that would be best for Lennie but would hurt George emotionally. Lennie needed to die and it was better that George shoot him than anyone else. Sacrifice is needed in order to have a successful relationship and George went through that sacrifice to do what was right for his
Despite the fact that the current situation was already extremely problematic, Gatsby builds up the courage to take responsibility for Daisy’s actions. Gatsby made the decision to sacrifice his reputation and future, to keep Daisy out of trouble. Taking responsibility for another individual itself is already a challenging concept to consider in decision making, let alone taking responsibility for someone else’s crime. However, Gatsby unsurprisingly acted out of love for Daisy, and felt that whatever consequences that came his way, would be worth it in the end because his reward would be Daisy’s love and affection. With Gatsby’s reputation and well-being on the line, the future did not faze Gatsby, because he was ultimately too busy trying to pursue his
rainsoford has to go through many struggles and has to be the huntee instead of the hunter. Rainsfords values changed by a lot because at first he was saying oh there is two types of people the huntees and the hunters, and im glad im a hunter but when he becomes the huntee not by choice he realizes that it depends on the situation he wasnt going to kill people for fun so he became the huntee and worked his way so he didnt die. but his values changed because he now knows what the other end is like and he should now know not to be selfish and maybe he will be a little bit more
He also didn’t want to see many of them die like what actually happened and that he didn’t want them to suffer and hate European explorers like himself. One major pro of the European exploration of the Americas was the wide spread of different crops and materials that were exchanged between Europe and the Americas. Some things that were introduced to the new world were horses, sheep, rice, and coffee (Doc. 6). These are
Many heroes are brutal in order to show their manliness or strength. Bilbo was strong because of his good heart and mind. He showed his kindness through his generosity, his level head, and his loyalty. Many would believe Bilbo agreed to the quest because of the treasure he knew he would receive. He did indeed earn the treasure, but out of the goodness of his heart, Bilbo heroically gave up all of it and shared with the people in need (44).
Keeping him would jeopardize the hard work that they have achieved this whole journey and cause the people to hunt for Tom. Ma truly cherished Tom, but he was just going to be trouble for the rest of the Joads. Letting go of Tom benefits both Tom and the family because Tom sets off onto a new path that Casy left him. Although Tom is part of the Joads, Ma feels that him leaving will benefit the majority of the Joad
Furthermore, by refusing to confess to witchcraft he was able to provide a decent life for his children, and hence he could be proud of his actions. In order to protect their pride, people are sometimes willing to make decisions which have clear/unavoidable negative consequences. Throughout both plays, A Raisin in the Sun and The Crucible, a character makes sudden decisions, with adverse effects in order to protect their pride, consequently making pride the most impactful aspect in a person 's’ life. Another, universal scenario in, A Raisin in the Sun and The Crucible, is several lives may be altered when an individual attempts to protect the pride of a loved one, hence pride being the most component in one’s life. Mama gave Walter the money, because she wanted to help him restore the his loss of self-esteem.