About how important it was to keep learning. We are afraid of no one, and we will continue our education. This is our dream”(71). This shows Malala is tested in her brave decision talking against the Taliban. Her supporting for education and women’s rights helped her inspire people.
“We have nothing against successful careers or wealth or fame, but far more of us believe that the American Dream is about giving our kids a better life.” (Vanity Fair) Jing-mei’s mother is always bossing her around to make sure that she will have a good future. It is not just the children who have weights on their backs, it is also the parents. “It’s about giving your kids a better life-- as if parenting didn’t come with enough pressures already.” (Vanity Fair) Jing-mei’s mother has a lot of pressure on her because she does not want to be embarrassed by other parents who are better at parenting than she is. She is always trying to make sure her daughter is better than the other kids. The American Dream does not exist in the present anymore, thus all of the American Dream should be from past time periods.
For example, Taylor Swift and Hillary Clinton both being apart of the Girl Scouts and growing up to me famous while having a huge impact on the world. These are two examples out of the many that should promote the support of the Girl Scouts organization. In addition to reason one, the Girl Scouts should also be supported because of the time and dedication they have in helping innocent and helpless girls in become strong,
We, as a parent should always communicate with our kids. Paying attention to them and talk to them regularly is very important to them especially living in this society this days. Phoebe’s case a very serious to me, I would punish and charged whoever did this crime to her if I were her parent. But I cannot blame what she did, because she was already on depression medication. I feel like she had enough and thinks that she’s not exist in this world anymore.
I hope to leave a long lasting impact on my community. The pressure of first generation children of immigrants isn 't easy but that 's why ill continue to work hard to prove all my mothers sacrifices being worth it. I want to make sure kids live in no fear of loosing their parents
In Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, gender stereotypes and roles are often brought up as cages people must live in to be successful in life. However, schools like Lowood are almost one large gender stereotype, teaching girls to be ladies: to sew, to sit up straight, to endure, to be calm, collected, and tranquil. Gender stereotypes are defied by Jane’s early childhood behaviors, but through her time at Lowood become upheld. Bronte makes this point because it shows how people are shaped by their upbringing, as seen in Jane’s behavior as an adult. Jane’s childhood behavior defies gender stereotypes because at this time, children were supposed to be quiet and obedient, especially female children, yet Jane is impassioned, loud, and relatively disobedient.
Goldie wished everyday she could do something to help soldiers. But knowing she couldn’t she hoped for the best and hoped for war to end. Eventually war ended and she was then focused on getting married and starting her life. Goldie’s advice for people today is give it a try and help as much as possible. She says this because it’s a great experience everyone should get to see.
Baba [goes] on staring [him] down and [doesn’t] offer to read” (Hosseini 31). Since Amir wants so badly to be loved and acknowledged by his father, he is desperate to win attention by writing a good story. The air growing “heavy, damp [and] solid” helps to show Amir’s nervousness and feeling of detachment from Baba. Amir being separated from his father, fuels his actions throughout his life.The relationship that they have is weak and Amir believes that he needs to do things in order to win his father’s affections. When faced with a difficult situation, Amir chooses to win over his
This is a very hard thing for both Willy and Biff because Biff wants to leave and go live out his life the way he chooses without having to constantly try and live up to his father’s standards while Willy is having trouble letting him go. Biff states to Willy, “Will you let me go, for Christ’s sake? Will you take that phony dream and burn it before something happens?” (Miller, 1514). Biff finally starts to realize, after years and years, that the real Biff, away from his father’s false hopes and dreams, no longer lives through
In The Death of the Salesman by Arthur Miller, Willy Loman is a old salesman, once he was very successful but now he suffered from some mental illness. He expected his two sons will be successful as him by being well liked. Biff, one of his son, wanted to meet Willy’s expectation to be a successful salesman but he failed, because he will steal things and he is very immature, his dream was have a farm in the West. At the end of the play, Biff told Willy that he loves him and worried about him, but he will leave the house to find a job and never come back. Willy was very surprised and happy that Biff loves him, so he decided that he want to give Biff his insurance money that he can have a head start by ending his life in the car crash.
[She is] grateful for them, but they only remind [her] how much work still needs to be done to achieve the goal of education for every boy and girl. [She doesn’t] want to be thought of as the “girl who was shot by the Taliban” but the “girl who fought for education.” This hints at the idea that her conflict hasn 't been resolved even though her position in it has changed, she still has to fight for education and win in order to see a true resolution, unlike J. Walls ' conflict. What 's also important to note is the fact that as the book ends it becomes clear that a majority of the book was focused on the encounter with the Taliban, unlike the autobiography that is the Glass
He wanted to treat Hassan more like a son, but he could not. So instead of dealing with it, he just treated Amir like he was a stranger living in his house and paid a little more attention to Hassan. But the stranger, Amir, wanted nothing but his father 's love. After seeing signs that Baba loved a Hazara more than his own son, Amir got jealous. This jealousy taking root inside of Amir may have been trigger to his regretful actions from his childhood in Kabul to his life
You’ve probably never met someone who’s been shot in the head, or killed by a racist, have you? Well, that’s what these teen activists work for. They risk their lives for the better good. Malala wants girls to go to school, Anne wants anarchy to stop, and Thione Niang wants to help people through hard times. They fight almost endlessly for us and make sure that we live a happy, healthy, going to school life.
During the book persistence is a main aspect. Malala was persistent to learn and push through everything that happened to her to get her education. Even after being shot she still was persistent in sharing her story. "I don 't want to known as the girl who was shot by the Taliban, but the girl who fought for her education. This is the cause to which I devote my life" I like this quote because after all that happened she still wanted to devote her life and make a difference to her education.
She felt like crying and instead of being happy for her mom, she tried to hold her back. The mother saw this as a wonderful opportunity. “‘And after this I can finally graduate. Our lives will change then.’" She reached over and stroked my hair. “‘For the better.’" This would’ve changed their lives and helped the family so much.