Rosicky shows unconditional love as a husband, as a father, and as a friend. First, Rosicky shows unconditional love as a husband. The deep affection he has for his wife makes him to certain things for her. For instance, when he came back from Dr. Ed’s office, his wife asked him what the Dr. says about his health.
The way I think this quote relates to Long Long After School is that Wes,is almost like inspired by Miss Tretheway’s kindness towards him. The section that states, “the things we value” I believe that in the kind doing of Miss Tretheway’s actions, she really touched his life. Although in the text it never stated that he remained kind we can make an inference; since Wes visited her grave, this shows that she had some sort of impact in his life. “We set our goals and make our decisions” I suppose that throughout the years Wes established his goals and decisions on things that are good. So ”the things we value are the things which we set our goals and make our decisions” means, in relation to the text, is that Wes really valued Miss Tretheway
This quote represents the relationship Monte Cristo has with the Morrel/ Herbault family. When Monte Cristo is around any other person from his past he constantly has his guard up. With the Morrel family, he is at peace because he knows they are kind, genuine people. 7. “ ‘We were exchanging secrets, as a matter of fact,’ said Valentine.
In conclusion, Love Actually expresses how familial love is forgiving, sacrificing, and compassionate, making it the greatest kind of love. The bond between Karen and her children grants forgiveness to Harry, keeping their family intact. Sarah’s sacrifice of her own happiness is because of her priority to her brother, Michael. Also, Daniel’s treatment to Sam as his own son were due to his compassionate love towards him. I believe that Curtis found love to be important because just like what one of his characters said, he believes that “Love actually is all around.”
Family is forever and nobody can change that. Through this story, “What’s Inside”, Danny shows us that he should have connected to family and not his peers. Like the narrator showed us that life’s most precious thing is family. This is because he knows family comes first no matter what. -
When I was a kid, we had a lot of parties, reunions, and gatherings because we wanted to stay in touch and catch-up which taught me the importance of family and maintaining that relationship. My parents showed me how hard work can pay off. They showed me how to treat others with kindness because that 's they way
In the lines above, the word “assume” can mean “believe” or “take for granted,” but it can also mean, “to take on” or “believe,” according to Shmoop Editorial team. The second meaning becoming important in the poem because Whitman tries to unite his identity with all people, including the reader. He never judges or criticizes. He is very friendly, comforting, and uplifting by the way he brings people together using words. Throughout his life, Whitman has been eager to be friends with “literally, every single person he has ever met” (Shmoop Editorial Team) and shows this in “Song of Myself”.
Chinua Achebe signifies how perfectly Ezinma and Okonkwo understand each other and indicates that Ezinma is the only one that empathizes her father’s thoughts. “A bond of sympathy had grown between them as the years had passed.” The author utilizes the word sympathy to enhance the bond between Ezinma and her father. The word sympathy is used when one person completely agrees and understands other’s feelings. Since she comprehended every mood of her father, Okonkwo wanted her to be a boy that would resemble him with similar characteristics, and feelings.
I have driven by the Makawao Veterans Cemetery but have never stop and paid my respects. I respect those like your friend’s grandfather and your own grandfather for serving their country in order for us to have our own freedom. I thought it was so sweet that your friend’s grandmother shared stories about the love she had for her husband. There is something I like about how the military cemeteries are mad and organize. They are so put together and nicely maintained and with the American flags these cemeteries just command respect.
It really showed how the characters were evolving and beginning to see things with more understanding, especially Oskar. He forgave his mother after learning the truth that she has always been supporting him. Grandma decided to give grandpa another chance because she wanted to see the hope and good in life again. 4. Which sections of the book are less persuasive or ineffective?
Christopher’s parents, Ed Boone and Judy Boone, are very important people in Christopher’s life, as well as important characters in this novel. They play a big part in his life, he wouldn’t be the kind of person he is without their constant lectures and care that they provide. Both, the mother and the father, love and care for Christopher. “She had sent me lots of love and had my Get Well card on the table beside her bed.” Before his mother passed away, and even during her slow death, Judy continued to send love to her son.
He is respectful because he helps other people without thinking about it. David is humble in many ways. First, on page 128 he demonstrates this by saying thank you to by thanking the family for the hospitality they are showing him. Then, on page 161 David thanks the family for all the things they did for him. He also cares for other people.