Ruby knew she was going to die sooner or later, at stage 4 of leukemia, her life, already a ticking bomb, with the accident, it made it more clear for her that it was her time to go. She truly wished she had died in the car accident although, she would feel guilty not saying goodbye to her brother and parents, as though this was her chance to say goodbye. Jack refused to listen to Ruby as she confessed she no longer wanted to live. He felt she was being selfish and was simply giving up. Jack left the room to clear out his cloudy mind and to properly think about the whole situation.
But of course, my husband won’t have that, he says he doesn’t even know me because I’m finally speaking my mind. I want him and his terrible wife out of here, I’ll even pay out of my own pocket for them a place to stay. But, Anne doesn’t want Peter gone and Peter doesn’t was to stay if his father goes… Why does Peter care if his sorry excuse of a father goes, he was selfish and stealing food that was supposed to go to Peter. Mr. Dussel is the only one who sees Mr. Van Dann as wrong but he’s always been sort of paranoid so I’m unsure he’d help to much, he’s over there counting out potatoes and Margot 's trying to get him to stop. Everyone, including myself, freeze as the buzzer (indicating Miep is here) goes off.
Basically, ever since Finny broke his leg, he has never been wanted or accepted by any regiment of the army. Since Finny is not able to fight, he had begun to start telling himself that the war was just a joke, made up by fat, old men. These actions by Finny were sparked by jealousy, and the author did this to stir empathy of the story. If you were in Finny’s shoes, wouldn 't you probably think the same way? To have this very important war raging on, and you are not physically capable to fight for your own country?
If I had been caught, and something had happened to Liesel, Hans or Rosa, I don 't know what I would have done. I left my poor mother at home so I could seek safety but putting another family in danger to save my life was never my intention. When the inspector came today, I came to the terrifying realisation that everywhere I go, danger follows. I can’t bear the guilt of putting their lives at risk any longer. Although I must stay put with the Hubermann’s for now, I can definitely see myself leaving Himmel Street in the near future to secure Liesel, Rosa and Hans’ safety.
She also would go to the court case, after her father deliberately told them to not go to town. Another thing she does constantly is not let her brother do things alone. Jem would want to go do things alone, but Scout would say “no, I 'm comin’ with you”. Scout is a vital part of to Kill a Mockingbird not only because she is the point of view, but the book would be boring without her even as a supporting role. She is this prominent because of her personality and assertiveness.
“Words cannot change anything. Oz can believe if he wants to. But he doesn’t know any better.” (Lou 108) Lou’s life has been completely altered with the accident. She wants to forget any memories of her parents, so that she doesn’t have to deal with pain that they cause. In her mind, reading the letters would be showing that she has hope and love for her parents, but she just wants to forget their very existence.
What makes the act of murder immoral is, not losing the physical aspect of being alive, or the pain caused to our family and friends, but because we are completely eradicating their future, robbing them of their future of value, that they would’ve experienced had they not died, and that is what makes it unjust. “The loss of ones life deprives one of all the experiences, activities, project’s, and enjoyments that would have constituted ones future.” He then applies the same thought process to abortion saying that the reason abortion is wrong is because the fetus will never have a future of value. I believe Marquis’ view on abortion is very different to other philosopher’s views on abortion. Not only because he is pro-life and many philosophers are pro-choice but because he focuses on the potential future of value. He is comparing a human who actually has a future of value, to a fetus, which has not yet begun life.
“OW!” He exclaims, snatching his hand away from her face- moments after it moves away, she feels a small trickle of blood slide down her neck. She opens her mouth again to scream but stops dead in her tracks. A very cold and sharp object pokes lightly into the skin under her ear- and she realises that blood she felt wasn’t Rhett’s, it was her’s. “ I don’t want to hurt you Peony- but you screaming like that is going to attract an entire bloody swarm of walkers to flood this camp. After that neither of us will have supplies!
The shifter looked and sounded menacing, but anyone who knew him understood he was probably ranting about the latest celebrity breakup or the fact they were out of the "boyfriend stealer" shade of lipstick on his favorite website, or even, how he couldn 't find the exact shoes he needed for an outfit. Resident Cal Hampton 's real problems were few and far between, but no one was willing to say to his face that his lack of boyfriend stealer wasn 't a "real" problem. So, he seethed, sprinting through the woods and practically foaming at the mouth. Granted, it was worse as of late. Every little thing chased him off into the trees to burn the excess steam that seemed to be constantly building inside him.
This ending is ironic considering that the grandmother never makes any reference to being religious before facing death. Also, she continuously reminds the Misfit of the fact that she is a lady in the hopes that it will have the same meaning to him as it does to her. However, not once does she try to spare the rest of her family. She is too busy groveling for her own life to give her family a second thought, even after the first gunshots have gone off. In the face of death, the grandmother constantly tries to convince the Misfit that he is a good man, even after he has ordered his men to kill her family, and presumably many others.
Romeo Montague, Juliet Capulet, Tybalt Capulet, Mercutio and Count Paris all dead in a feud dedicated to love. However, what prompted this bloody brawl? Who can be held accountable? Perhaps their love was doomed from they day it commenced. I mean it is known that the primitive loathing between the two families would have never allowed for such an act, so did they put this death upon themselves?
Requesting the princess to not leave for six months is harsh, after knowing the pain of being lonely the king decides to put the same burden on her. If the king did not put that limitation on the princess, she would have not been pressured into crossing the bridge once more. Seeing the lumber jack attracted the princess to cross the bridge and break the kings request; furthermore, when asked to help he coward and was not of any aid to the princess. Which was a not a minor nor major reason for the princess’s death, but he is
“She loved mysteries so much she became one” Miles says this to Colonel as they try to figure out why Alaska killed herself. They both think back to when Alaska told them, “The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is through forgiveness.” Alaska 's death might have been her trying to escape her labyrinth but they will never know because she is not here to ask. Alaska 's death has put both Miles and Colonel in a “labyrinth of suffering” and the only way for them to escape this labyrinth is to forgive Alaska for leaving them to live their lives without her. This negatively affects both the boys because it is encouraging them to forget Alaska, but they refuse, keeping themselves in the labyrinth, keeping Alaska alive with them and performing pranks in her memory. The boys are now stuck in the labyrinth of suffering like Alaska was.
Honestly, this is a situation that I would love to avoid because there is nothing but crying and sadness. In my culture, when someone is dying, others are in state of denial which is the reason why they don 't pull the plug on the person dying until the doctor says there is nothing he can do anymore. When my grandma was dying, one of my uncles refused to accept the fact that she was dying and my aunt (his sister) wanted to pull the plug on her which frightened my uncle heavily. So he stayed with grandma the entire time because he feared that when he wasn 't there, my aunt was going to tell the doctor to pull the plug on my grandma. When my grandma succumbed, my family was full of grief and regret which made the healing process much slower.