Anne Frank once said, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” The Holocaust was a traumatizing event for millions of innocent people, however, many found comfort by remaining calm and relaxed, for example, Anne Frank in the “Diary of a Young Girl”. In addition, politicians also did their best to encourage positivity, such as shown in “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat” by Prime Minister of England Winston Churchill. Keeping this mindset, they were able to maintain decent health, and most importantly, were able to persevere through any challenge that presented itself. Though some may argue that compromise is the best way to respond to conflict, in order to obtain peace and compromise, one must first have a positive attitude. For the ones who decided to take the path of optimism and perseverance, they understood that the two major components in a human’s response to individual conflict.
Being betrayed by someone can cause very severe pain in our daily lives, it can change the person as a whole after being betrayed. The betrayer might be alright with this, but there will be suffering. There will be always consequences within these tragic events. This can also cause the betrayed to rise again and be better than before, but sometime they just fall. Just like the act in “Julius Caesar” Act 2 Scene 1 by William Shakespeare “Brutus ‘Caesar has to bleed if we’re going to stop him...let us kill him boldly’” (Shakespeare 178-179).
He even spends time away from his family in order to accomplish the goal that he had for himself. All of this causes him to suffer because of the negative consequences that it brought him. Victor even said “Learn from me, if not by my precepts, at least by my example, how dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge”. He admits that he suffered from his relentless search of knowledge.
Oprah turned her rough, traumatic childhood into a life that most only dream about, and she has always given back as well. Her struggles through childhood improved her ability to empathize and connect with people who do not have as much as she does. To help give back, she has created projects such as the Mississippi Animal Rescue League and the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa (“Look to the Stars”). The creation of these projects, along with her rampant success are what makes Oprah the perfect embodiment of the American Dream. All in all, Oprah’s impressive success story is something that has become commonly known as the American Dream, because that’s what it is.
The criticisms that Holden targets people with are also projected towards himself. He is uncomfortable with his own perceived weaknesses, and at times displays as much “phoniness”, cruelty, and superficiality as anyone else in the novel. This of course is reflected in his story and is a catalyst for shaping the
Comparison essay There are a lot of similarity and deference's between The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger and Dead Poet's Society by Peter Weir. One of the most important is taking risks and pressuring the person, both the novel and the movie showed that taking risks and putting pressure on the people is bad because it affect both of the protagonist in a negative way. Taking risks and putting pressure on the both protagonist will affect their future, caring about education and they were reckless about their lifes Taking risks is bad and can affect the people in a negative way. In this case taking risks is effecting their future.
It doesn't obey any rules of writing which gives the hint of something being abandoned. The words on each line are also by themselves, signalising they are lonely and distraught which is shown "sorrow,dejection,misery,agony,pain" in the whole play only this scene stands out the most due to the fact is it the most irregular structured. Horoshimi is trying to depict Ethans misery to the audience, he wants Ethan's misery to stand out the most. The words that were quoted above all have similar meaning, which portrays that Hiroshimi wanted the audience to know that his pain isn't just physical but as well as emotional to. The amount of pain he has felt is immense and it links back to earlier that sorrow and agony is natural to Ethan and it was his destiny to undergo agony and grief.
Is Scapegoating The Solution? “A society that is under stress will always scapegoat a group of people or one person.” (Moyer, Bill. “Interview with Margaret Atwood”) . People seem to assume when something is going wrong or is about to go wrong they can just cover it up by blaming someone else for the problem. In some instances communities will even go to the extreme by blaming or executing a large number of people to fix their problems.
Constantly being told how to feel, think, and live can create a world of rebellion as people fight for their rights and beliefs. Equality 7-2521 is proof of the fight that happens in one’s mind and how it is often translated into a conflict with others of different morality. Since the society Equality 7-2521 lived in had a more “popular” morality than the one he created, he was seen as an outcast and never fit in with his brothers. Leaving everything he knew, Equality 7-2521 risked his life to be different from others and was finally able to feel emotions that were trapped in him. He lived with confliction throughout his life trying to understand the morals he was unknowingly creating for himself, but in the end fought for a cause that meant something to him and impacted his world
“..part of what got him into trouble was that he did too much thinking. Sometimes he tried too hard to make sense of the world.” (pg 18) McCandless spent too much time thinking of the world's flaws, it pained him, in turn he chose to live a type of transcendental life. The life that ultimately bid him death, a big part of it at least. The second part that ruined him to this life was his tendency to act out of anger. At the fault of his father, he reacted rashly.