Ninsun is a goddess whose role in the epic is to serve her son which is basically taking care of her son. The position that she takes is giving advice for Gilgamesh and, he was listening for her guidance. She was practicing her motherhood by giving care and showing love for her son. Ninsun have a smart character she was wise and clever, to clarify that when Gilgamesh has two dreams that he told his mother the two dreams about an axe and a meteor. His mother Indicate the two dreams that Gilgamesh will meet a new friend.
Back to the Red Road is more than their story, but a story of a nation and how healing can begin with one friendship and apology at a time. It tells there life story before and after they met and the impact they had on each other and it expresses the struggles that Edward had gone through and how he faced them to become this wonderful man with a positive attitude towards anyone. “As Edward Gamblins daughter, I am very happy that Florence Kaefer, my adopted grandmother, has finished the project that my father started. Together, they have documented a story of survival and love that will be passed on to my children and their children, so that they may know and be proud of their history” This was said by Angelique Gamblin, she is thrilled that this book tells the story on how forgiving one another could be the start to something new and in this case he start of new beginnings and new
Biological Mother, Abigail Adams in her letter to her son, applies to him some advice which she hopes will make him a better man. Adams purpose is to give advice to her son so that he can become a good man and bring honor to his country. She adopts an uplifting tone in order to get her son to listen to her so he can prepare for whatever comes his way. Abigail begins her letter by explaining that she has given him advice before and he had listened to her and it worked out well for him. She appeals to his credibility by saying “You, however, readily submitted to my advice, and, i hope will never have occasion submitted to my advice”, to tell him that he has always been willing to listen and should continue to do so.
Adams questions the reader (her son) to make connections between him and other people. She writes, "...would Cicero have shone so distinguished orator if he had not been roused, kindled, and enflamed by the tyranny for Catiline, Verres, and Mark Antony?" By writing this Adams is showing that even great men like Cicero needed the struggle and diversity of other people to obtain his success.
I think Kim’s father is an authoritarian parent. “A parent that places a high value on obedience and conformity. Kim’s father cares about her but he believes pushing her will make Kim a better person whether it’s in school or in life.” He believes everything he is doing is to have Kim prepared for what’s ahead in life. This kind of parenting style has it’s pros and cons. The pros are that Kim will do well in school and will most like have a bright future, because she had a support from her father.
Jaja approach her father with confidence.”we are going to Nsukka kambili's and I heard him say I do not hear what papa said then I heard jaja say we are going to Nsukka today not tomorrow”. Jaja is bold towards his father. This proves horace's quote to be true because he changed throughout the story.In conclusion of purple hibiscus kambili's adversities do elicit talent she didn't have previously which proves Horaces argument that adversity brings out strength in people. Kambili told her boyfriend, she love him. “That eased the dryness in my throat as we got into his car and I said I love you” kambili's is confident towards father Amadi when it comes to confessing that she is in love with him.
She used her father’s accomplishments and as his daughter to her key advantage. She was frank in her speech, announcing that she was Aung San’s daughter. Since her father was highly respected, they would naturally expect her to be as great as him. She declared that she should not remain unconcerned of a crisis threatening the nation’s future. This illustrated her readiness and commitment to protect her father’s efforts.
He knew Mary would be the Mother of God, and He know I will follow my calling. I have the faith in God that He will give me strength to pursue what I am meant to do, just as he did for Mary. This passage is my favorite because, it shows me Mary’s courage, it represents my American Heritage Girls troop, and it inspires and gives me hope for my calling. I hope the things in this passage guide me throughout the rest of my life. I hope that you learned something from what I have shared.
Powerful Life Lessons from the Book of Esther The Book of Esther is a dramatic account, which shows us special and purposeful plans that God has prepared for our lives. The story is also full of powerful life lessons about God’s supreme love toward human beings and the importance of one having courage. Esther was a little orphan girl. However, her uncle, Mordecai, raised Esther as his own child. He taught her to believe in God and therefore, God blessed her with cleverness and beauty, incomparable to any other women in the world.
Hughes makes this point clear but at the same time he shows us the beauty of life. A mother imparting something special to her son is a beautiful thing. The fact that no matter what came the way of the mother she managed to fight and push her way through it, and now her son will do the same. That is the beautiful aspect of