Essay On Ebenezer Scrooge In A Christmas Carol

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Norman Vincent Peale, an American minister and other, once said, “Change your thoughts and you change your world.” Sometimes your thoughts affect your life and the world, even the simple things, like giving your employee a raise can change how people think of you and your view of the world. For Instance, in the play, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge, could not see the view of other people towards him. He was unable to show little acts of kindness change help others. In the beginning he was unhelpful, but changed throughout the book and towards the end his views of everything changed. Scrooge saw how he can help out others. Unfriendly toward others, Scrooge isn't always the sharpest knife in the drawer. In the beginning…show more content…
Only his hands are visible under his garment. Since he has not been fully created based on Scrooge’s decisions he can't talk and only Scrooge was able to see his face. The Future, Responding by his actions is the way he communicates. Also he shows Scrooge what will happen in the future if he does not change. The intent of the Ghost of Christmas Future was to petrify Scrooge to change. If not his future won't change. Pointing toward Scrooge’s corpse, petrified Scrooge to change. Scrooge says to the Future, “I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year. I will live in the Past, the Present, and the Future. The spirits of all Three shall strive within me. Oh, tell me that I may sponge away the writing that is upon this stone.” To prove he changed the next day he shockingly, gave Cratchit a raise in salary. On the day after Christmas he said “A merrier Christmas, Bob, my good fellow! Than I have given you for many a year. I’ll raise your salary and endeavor to assist your struggling family and we will discuss your affairs this very afternoon over a bowl of smoking bishop.” The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come helped with the transformation of
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