I can not give you a specific answer, but I do think you should talk to your parents, tell them how you feel and explain why you want to walk. I am sure they will understand and take it into consideration. Now, don’t expect an answer right away, don’t pester them let them think. Show them you can be responsible. When you have this conversation don’t have them just listen to what you want, listen to their side.
The theme of family trying to always help each other is seen in this quote because Grandfather did not mention his well-being, and only wanted Mattie to be safe. On the other hand, if there was not as much description it would be more difficult to see why Grandfather did his actions, and what the theme is. Overall, Laurie Anderson uses two methods to show the theme: description and dialogue. These two methods help the reader to
The Future would show him how he would be respected when he died if Scrooge continued to act how he does presently. By now Scrooge knows he was cruel. When future came he said-contrary to the first time,”But as I know that your purpose is to do me good and as I hope to live to be another from what I was, I am prepared to bear you company… the night is waning fast, and it is precious tim to me.” (pg.711) Scrooge now wants to change and accepts he was cruel. Scrooge was then shown how others would take his belongings and sell them after he dies.
It’s when you know you’re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what. You rarely win, but sometimes you do” (Lee 149). Atticus’ quote of courage foreshadows the results of the trial, he knew the end result of the trial, but he fought against it anyways, although he did not win. Another act that justifies Atticus’ courage is keeping Calpurnia despite Aunt Alexandra’s strong disagreement. Atticus said: “She’s a faithful member of this family and you’ll have to simply accept things the way they are” (Lee 182), this reveals Atticus’ courage because he kept Calpurnia even though there are controversies of having an African American house member as shown by Alexandra.
Darrow continues with, “if I should succeed, my greatest hope will be that for the countless unfortunates … I have done something to help human understanding, to temper justice with mercy, to overcome hate with love” (68). Darrow gives the insight he is not doing this only to be paid, he is presenting his argument in the hope of keeping future generations from the gallows. Darrow’s candor and finesse makes the judge take him seriously and thoughtfully consider his arguments. Through Darrow’s persona, the audience believes he is doing this out of the goodness of his heart, and if he can see these killers’ worth, they should be able to as
The theme of my novel, Promises to the Dead, would be the one and only overcoming adversity! Overcoming adversity means when someone accepts a tough situation and turns it into triumph, or without all that fancy stuff it just means a problem that someone made for themself that gets solved. In this case Jesse accepted a tough situation by promising Lydia to safely see her child to no harm, and turns it into a triumph by getting him safely to his aunt and grandma.
This will cause the parents to become by-the-book caregivers who are extremely attentive, stringent with rules. They would be more careful and watch what they do. Now if the parents decides to have a second child, they might raise their second-born with less of an iron first due to their experiences raising their firstborn. The parents wouldn’t have to research stuff because they would already know what to do because of the experience they had with the first child. Not saying they are going to be careless
In the book, they mostly practice this on elders and the newborns. There should always be a choice, and you should decide what you think is best regarding your life. In the novel, the elders think that it is okay to put people out of their misery, but they cannot speak for the people. When you grow old you gain a lot of wisdom over the years. This being said, you should always have that choice to do what you want with your life.
But, that encourages my next point about parents. Since it is your parent’s personality, they should see you going in the defective path. If you are slacking in school or at home; they should correct you and tell you not to be like them and to excel and adjust your performance. Not only should they just talk to you, they should fix their personalities also. For example, maybe they are always late to work or they curse too much, though these are negligible traits, they demonstrate an misguides on the child ,who will start to think this behavior is acceptable and start to pick up on it.
Personal Response: I thought this was a good book and it got right to the point. I liked how the author made Lucas 's family a part of the fire department. It gave it an inside look on how the firefighters were affected. I really liked that there were facts about the real September 11th at the very end of the book.
In the article, “How to Mark a Book,” Mortimer Adler presents an assembly of recommendations that he believes we should take into account when reading. Alder claims that when we read, we should ‘mark up’ a book to fully understand the beauty behind the writing. Alder states that if we do not write down our thoughts, concerns, questions, and sometimes answers then we are missing an immense bit of the learning process. Alder points out that when reading a book it is important that it is not just the teacher and a learner, but that we question the teacher to enhance our learning and understanding. Alder then proceeds to explain his seven-step suggestion on how to successfully mark books pages.
Hearing her dad say that gives her a sense of security knowing that the money will eventually make its way back to the teacup safe and sound. Ashleigh also trusts her dad because in the story he said, “It’s me she’d be angry at.” (Pfeffer 4) This led
I say this because David showed signs of thinking of multiple outcomes and outweighing which consequence was the worst. This is a clear definition of stage three which is “good intentions as determined by social consequences” (wiki). An example of David examining his mother actions and reactions is when David decides he will no longer cry because that is what his mother desires and he wishes to not give her what she wants (403). Another example of David showing signs of stage three development are his morality actions. These being when he decides he does not care if he is caught, he does not care about being a ‘bad boy’ he will eat to survive
and I think he needs to use it as needed. I think he needs some sequence in his life to set up a beginning middle and end when writing to his family and to make sure their able to understand him. I had the same issue when writing to my family, because I got used to using military words that I forgot who I was talking and assumed they knew the words as well. Paul is someone like me, a use first technical.