Being honorable means doing whatever it takes to achieve the goal you have set. An honorable person does what they can and more to accomplish their goal. Atticus was honorable because he didn't let what people did or say get to him. He stands up for what he believes is right and he stood up for Tom Robinson even though he knew they would lose. He teaches his children everything he knows and they believe he is the most honorable person alive.
This not only communicates that Chesterfield cares what people think about him, his son and his upbringing, but also shows he believes that it would be embarrassing if his son failed at something when he has had a superior education and more opportunities. All of these things reveal the values that Chesterfield believes in and should be enforced in his son. In conclusion, in Lord Chesterfield's letter to his son, he employs the techniques of irony and contradiction, which gives way to plain intimidation, in order to enforce the values of obedience, success and education, and upholding a good family
Despite Jack and the other boys' recent inhumane nature, Ralph still considers joining forces with them because he is still responsible for them, and his focus is still on getting everyone rescued. This reasoning is crucial for leaders to be successful;
As the great American author Mario Puzo one said, “The strength of a family, like the strength of an army, lies in its loyalty to each other.”This is saying that loyalty gives people the ability to work together and succeed in anything they set out to do. In The Odyssey, written by Homer and translated by Robert Fagles, they really learn the power on relying on one another and seeing why loyalty is so really important in life and so nothing can get in the way to succeed in life. And as the story is going through the journeys of Odysseus he learns different way to get all the tasks and challenges done and still try to find a way home to get back to his wife and his only child. Even though he does put his crew in some unpromising situations,
One thing that should be true in all families, is that the parents are good role models for their children, leading them in the right direction in life. In the short story, “Powder” by Tobias Wolff, the roles of father and son are flipped. The father in the story doesn’t act as a typical father figure, but instead the son meets all of the requirements that a fatherly figure should have. Throughout the story, the father and son spend a lot time together, making up for all of their lost time together. Through bonding and talking with his father, the son realizes who he is compared to his father and his actions.
It shows that society should not be afraid of what they do not know or understand. The people are also afraid, and they are very fearing and seem troubled, while the children are enthusiastic and seek to enjoy their life. They show that while the unknown may be dangerous and seem dangerous, it may actually be beneficial for you in the long run, and may help you learn something. Instead of living in fear all your life. Therefore, this is how Burton used his contrasting
You can see the tone change around the middle of the commercial. It goes from a happy and peppy theme to a dark reality of poverty and struggle. The tone change is queued with the line, “but… My Dad is a liar.” After this the viewer sees the moral dilemma that the commercial is trying to portray. After the tone change the commercial no longer focuses on all the things the father is giving the daughter but instead all of the things that the father is doing to give her those things. Without the necessary tone change the commercial would have no real effect, and wouldn’t show how special a kids education truly is and how hard it is to come by.
One of the first words children learn to say is “daddy.” This is one of the earliest signs that fathers play extremely large and important roles in their children’s lives. Part of the father’s role that can make or break the relationship with his child is the expression of fatherly love. Reuben Land of Peace like a River receives a constant stream of affection from his dad Jeremiah. In fact, the righteous Jeremiah Land is a near-perfect example of pure, fatherly love and even more so an example of God’s love for His children. Jeremiah isn’t just a tender father to Reuben; he treats his other children Swede and Davy with the same passion he shows Reuben.
He has two children, who he loves, and teaches them moral lessons that will get them through life. It is reasonably accurate that Atticus did try to make a stand to defend Tom Robinson. Given that Atticus is defending Tom Robinson, it shows that it is in Atticus’s nature to help others. Atticus is a man who helps others, and has