Why you just can’t give rest to your Phone. Deresiewicz also talked about the positive side of Facebook too that it helps to be in connected with long lost friends but also on the other hand he said, he didn't like to read the details of people life's that makes him feel empty and unpleasant and he also wrote that now on social media nothing is confidential. He also express himself towards the todays technology that people don’t like face to face interaction and he also said that we have given our hearts to machine, and now we are turning into machines. I agree with Deresiewicz when he said " But surely Facebook has its benefits long-lost friends can reconnect,
I wept in deliverance and in pity for all mankind” (Rand, 98). This powerful sentiment revealed how powerful thinking in first person can be. For all of Prometheus’ life he was thinking through society’s guidelines. As he tried to break that barrier, he was told time and time again not to question how things work and focus on doing his job day to day. Luckily Prometheus was able to break the barrier as he began to think purely by himself.
In conclusion, Jonny shows that people still love you no matter what happens, and you have a group that will accept you. Socrates said “An unexamined life is not worth living.” Johnny is a smart person, even though it takes him a while to think, but he tries to think about life and all that it
He knows he will face a huge challenge while seeking a chance at happiness because he surrounds himself with people who believe that “each man [should be] the image of every other; then all are happy, for there are no mountains to make them cower, to judge themselves against.” While this standardized way of living creates fewer conflicts, Montag recognizes he has simply existed alongside the rest of his brainwashed acquaintances as opposed to actually living. The rest of the population puts up a great fight, but Montag’s only alternative is a mindless void - hardly worth living
But at a more fundamental level, how was Musk able to recreate that old Jobs magic and inspire insane levels of customer trust and excitement? A recent post by tech industry veteran and commentator Ben Thompson offers a thought-provoking answer: Both men understand something about disruption that most people, even the experts, miss.” This element of disruption or what other experts label, innovation, clearly sets apart successful leaders.
A hero is someone that saves the day, or makes a person better. A twisted hero does the same thing, however, their heroic actions are not as obvious. Om from Our Twisted Hero could be considered a twisted hero. Throughout the novel, Om was depicted as a vicious dictator that nobody had ever challenged. When Han moved to this school, however, he was keen to notice all of Om’s flaws, and was the first one to challenge his rule.
Because he was looking for a God too high up and too far away.” (128) This phrase shows how Drummond had once admired Brady, but grows to pity him as Brady never grew from his original habits. Furthermore, he defends Brady from Hornbeck's insults in saying. “I tell you Brady had the same rights as Cates: the right to be wrong!” (127) This demonstrates his respect for Brady and his acceptance for Brady as another human being. Another example is that Brady may seem like the more successful and popular of the two, but the crowd only loves him because he has the most popular opinion. This is shown by how quickly the crowd turns on him once Drummond starts to make fun of him.
During a daily exercise known as the Two Minutes Hate, all Party members view a video usually featuring a speech denouncing the Party’s ideals and advocating for freedom and democracy. Even though Winston secretly supports these principles, he feels compelled to and even cannot avoid joining the frenzy of the Hate, entering a blind but abstract rage. He mentions that, “And yet that rage that one felt was an abstract, undirected emotion which could be switched from one object to another like the flame of a blowlamp. Thus, at one moment Winston’s hatred was not not turned against Goldstein at all, but, on the contrary, against Big Brother, the Party, and the Thought Police…. (Orwell 14).
King is a tremendous speaker and in large part does not have much too improve on in terms of the content he uses in his speeches, the organization of his speech’s, and the way he delivers his speech’s. King delivers his speeches in a slow manner, emplacing the points that he wants people to take away from his speeches. Additionally, his delivery of speeches paints such a vivid picture that those listening feel the reality of the change and follow him on his journey. For the lack of improvement that he needs to make as a speaker this is truly why King is widely considered one of the best speakers of all time. Both the I Have a Dream Speech, and Give us the Ballot speech demonstrate King’s ability to sway the masses through the use of his style and delivery.
He successfully led the movement and won the war of independence without no violence. My favorite quote of his is, “An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind.” This saying makes me realize that non-violent resistance can act as a minor to the opponent and awaken their sense of moral shame. Gandhi taught me that we can resolve our conflicts peacefully. I also admire Gandhi’s faith in himself: “Men often become what they believe themselves to be. If I believe I cannot do something, it makes me incapable of doing it.