This is one of the reasons the boys cannot follow his leadership. Piggy thinks like a grown-up from the very beginning and he expects other kids to act more grown up too. “Piggy watched him in disgust..”Like a crowd of kids-” (p. 38). Unfortunately his physical appearance, his insecurities and weakness are qualities children are not able to overlook. Kids are not capable of understanding that leaders are allowed to have flaws and weaknesses.
In the middle of the video, Jason Russell says that he finally decided to tell his son about Kony. After his son hears about all of those negative actions by Kony, he undoubtedly says, ‘’We should stop him’’. This is very effective because children are though of as being pure and innocent. Children would not have any evil intentions or be cruel; therefore, if the child says that Kony should be stopped, it is a big deal. Even a small, kind, innocent human being thinks that Kony is a bad guy; hence, he must be a very bad guy.
“ Cole didn't trust anyone...” (15) Cole strongly didn't like his parents because the way they treated him. “ Cole would not let them hold his hands and feel how sweaty they were, he would not let them pretend they loved him.” Cole thinks everyone is helping him because they don't have a choice or their just doing it for themselves. Lots of people have a hard time with Cole because of his actions towards others. “Cole is a risk to our children and to our community.” (46) “that boy is dangerous,” she said. “next time he might kill someone…” (46) I feel toward Cole Matthews is he is a great boy that is smart and has the potential to be be a strong and responsible man.
The Silent Something – Chapter One Winter sucks for unfortunate four eyed people like me. Ugly emotions disappearing over the glorious summer only to return the second Melbourne was hit with a cold breeze. Dread, frustration, hatred, embarrassment. My dread of dashing to and from the lockers to avoid getting my glasses wet. The frustration as I wipe away the raindrops that managed to make it to my glasses despite using my umbrella, blazer and maths textbook to shield me from the self-centred rain.
It doesn’t prove anything.” Beforehand Ponyboy talks about how he is sick of fighting and that fighting won’t make anyone win, this is further proven by the fact that nothing changed after the rumble. Ponyboy talks to Randy about how things will always be rough all over, even if you’re rich and famous you will have hardships and tough times just like the people who aren’t rich. In conclusion, with understanding and love people can stop hate without causing more hate to
“Power is dangerous. It attracts the worst and corrupts the best.” When the young boys first gathered after the crash, they were civil, mostly well behaved boys until the need for power took advantage of them. Two crucial symbols from the novel are the sow’s head and the conch shell. Each of these symbols represent power however, their powers have different meanings. The demand for power thrived on their souls and drove them to their breaking points.
Even tough we see him arguing with himself and feeling disgusted, showing that he is very much humane, and his only fault being way too ambitious. That was interesting because we get the feeling that something out of the ordinary is coming up and our anticipation gets into the story straightaway. At the very end, in the beginning of Macbeth’s downfall we didn 't expect that a murderer like him would, even in defeat, display conscience and bravery. "I will not yield to kiss the ground before young Malcolm 's feet,... And damn 'd be him that first cries 'Hold, enough! '" (Line 32-39, Pg 249).
It was that the learning was too easy. This is a great sin, to be born with a head which is too quick. It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them. The Teachers told us so, and they frowned when they looked upon us"(Rand, 21). This transgression exist because if there was superiority in this society the old ways the Councils and the elders strayed away from would try to overpower again.
Strangely enough, Atticus was also able to see the good in Mayella Ewell, and it tore him apart having to destroy her testimony on the stand. In chapter eighteen Scout says, “Atticus hit her hard in a way that was not clear to me, but it gave him no pleasure to do so. He sat with his head down..”(Lee 252). When Atticus had to defend Tom he also had to show the jury that Mayella was speaking lies which made him upset to do so. He knew Mayella was a victim in the situation too and did not want to hurt her more than Bob Ewell already did.
This quote from The Giver is an amazing way to show you this. “I feel sorry for anyone who is in a place where he feels strange and stupid” Noyce. What this quote explains is that the protagonist feels horrible for all the people who don't fit in. Now teens can relate to this very well because even being pushed to be the same most teens feel different than everyone else, this is not always a bad thing either, but when they feel “strange and stupid” as the book says it’s not very great. This is an extremely great way to show you why teens find this genre interesting, but that's not all of the reasons