She knows that she is lucky especially when she compares her life to those around her. Even when it comes to talking about her shortcomings, she emphasizes that she’s been blessed nevertheless. Mrs.Turpin never really needs an excuse to thank God for everything and anything. This is evident when Mrs.Turpin tells another woman in the waiting area that, “If it’s one thing I am, it’s grateful. [...] I
Being messenger of Good Faith is a characteristic that I found very appealing. This is the kind of nurse I hope to be. I want to be there for my patients with my faith during the hardest times. Also I want to help them understands that God is wonderful and he is always present among us. Question 2: Have you ever had a concrete situation
Abigail threatens the girls knowing that they will listen. As a result of, Abigail gains tremendous power and influence over the girls and their actions, this is seen in pages 114-123, where Abigail pretends to see Mary Warren’s spector and the other girls join along. Nonetheless, Elizabeth has a good reputation of a Godly and honest woman in the town of Salem. This is shown on page 81 where Elizabeth willingly goes with Cheever because she knows who she is and is faithful that her character, reputation, and that God will save her. Elizabeth is always true to herself and doesn 't hide from who she truly is.
Malala’s recognition of each person and group directly evokes a feeling of importance, worth and belonging. Malala heightens this sense of belonging by referring to her audience as “sisters and brothers”. This inclusion of everyone makes her audience feel like they are equal and respected. Malala makes it clear that “we have a responsibility to improve our world”, uniting the audience in a feeling of solidarity and making them feel that they are part of something significant. In addition, Malala plays to the emotions of the audience to make her speech more effective and influential.
She maintains an inspirational tone throughout her speech by appealing to the troop’s emotion and nationalism. Elizabeth begins her speech to the troops by honoring them, defending their nationalism, and giving them a means to fight. Throughout Queen Elizabeth 's speech, she repeatedly references their county and god which shows a strong sense of loyalty to England. Which she is trying to infuse into the people so that they believe in her and that her decisions are in the best interest of her and her people. Elizabeth refers to herself as “weak and feeble”(line
Who do I think is a person who helps to alleviate human suffering? I think Sister Maureen Ouma, a religion teacher at Saint John Neumann Catholic School and Church, is a very inspiring person who teaches you to follow your faith and follow the faith of God. Let me tell you more about Sister Maureen Ouma. Why did I pick Sr. Maureen? Sr. Maureen deeply explains the message of God in His word.
Elizabeth Proctor is a good Christian woman! She can recite the commandments effortlessly because she knows and follows them with her heart. She always attends church when she is physically capable, and continually invites those around her to attend as well. The ways and values of the church are taught to her children by her, and she follows the rules herself perfectly. Honesty is an important virtue to her, and others are able to see this, for example, John Proctor states, “In her life she has never lied...my wife cannot lie” (Act 3).
However, the quote signified Jeannie strong will and determination the readers saw since the beginning. It was obvious Jeannie was ready to take action. “She passed Barrington and saw him smile. She felt tears come to her eyes, but she swallowed them and held her head high. To hell with you all, she thought; one day you’ll find out I was right” (Follett 458).
To experience a moral life, people were taught to be good to all people. Specifically, the Qur’an stated that “those who submit to God and accept the true Faith; who are devout, sincere, patient, humble, charitable, and chaste; who fast and are every mindful of God – on these, both men and women, God will bestow forgiveness and rich recompense [reward]” (Document B). Hence, the Qur’an described that paradise was available to all those who perform good works. Similarly, the emphasis on attractive ideas could be appealing to people who lived in a difficult lifestyle. Because of these positive ideas about Islam, many people were inspired to convert to this religion, which contributed to the growth of Islam.
This poem also fits Puritan style because it has a simple vocabulary. Everyone would have understood this poem. In conclusion, Puritan writing had a spiritual reference and talked about a love for God. Bradstreet did so by realizing God was much more valuable than earthly things. She praised God throughout everything.