He would save the twins, the old, the mistaken, and the people who could feel more than the community has in its barriers. Jonas was never the type to give up, lets hope he doesn't give up on his community. When The Giver told Jonas about the release, he felt obligated to keep up
He talks about how if we don't start standing up for our freedom as a nation the British will take it away from us and we would have wished we did something about it. “Not a place upon earth might be so happy as America” (Paine, paragraph 9). America shouldn't stand to take abuse from Britain because we are built with freedom and strong courageous people. When stating this by Thomas Paine, the people would have gotten excited and ready to go and fight because they have fought for their freedom before and they aren't afraid to do it again. Paine also states that the colonists should end it all with perseverance and pride so we don't look like cowards.
There's certain benefits to thinking this way though. It's very important to keep one's own happiness and well being at the forefront of their mind. People should not be expected to constantly cater to others. Selflessness is completely overrated. Equality is not wrong to want something for himself, especially after servicing others his whole life.
Aaron’s story could have had a very different ending if he had not chosen to act with courage and do the unthinkable. I am sure during the incident he would have never dreamed it would have lead to writing a book, motivational speaking or being classified as a hero. While there are those that doubt what he did was an act of heroism, in my opinion he is an inspiration and
Although, in The Moral Logic of Survivor Guilt, Nancy Sherman says, “To not feel guilt is to numb the those pulls.” She means that people have an obligation to one another to help them in life threatening events. If we can’t save one another but don 't feel guilty, then we have numbed the human morals to salvage life. Some readers would say that it is healthy and moral for the Seventh Man to feel guilty his whole life because he didn’t save his friend, however, it is not moral to blame oneself for an event that was uncontrollable. The wave would have taken more than K.’s life if The Seventh Man had not have gotten over his survivor 's guilt. Meaning, The Seventh Man would have had no emotions or spirit basically being an empty body.
This proves to be significant because this shows the lengths that Ronnie is willing to go to in order to keep his friend safe. Withholding information from the police about a murder can make you an accessory to the crime, despite knowing this he was willing to lie and possibly endanger himself. Obstructing justice so that your friend can be safe is a very difficult decision to make, as it affects more than just you. The parents of Gene Hanlon would be devastated to not know how their son died, the police will have spent lots of their time and money on a case that only two people truly understand how it unfolded. The soldier in the story “Gregory” also made many sacrifices for his friend, but in a much more subtle way.
These men may not seem super important, but there could have been casualties if they wouldn’t have been there to do their job, and without accountability they wouldn’t have to be there and do their job. At one point Weldon was also very adamant on not shooting and killing detainees when their backs facing the shooter. He was going to hold everyone accountable for this deadly force policy. Even though he had modified it, it had been for what he believed to be the greater good. He was the only one that could authorize for them to use deadly
He should not have gone out of his way to make his advisors steal with the risk of getting caught. If he was that desperate for a better campaign, then he probably would not have won in the first place without breaking in. I do agree with the advisors or aides getting punished for their actions. I do not however, agree with Nixon getting pardoned from the punishments. Gerald Ford shouldn’t of let him get away with it.
"I felt like jumping out the window. I probably would 've done it, too, if I 'd been sure somebody 'd cover me up as soon as I landed. I didn 't want a bunch of stupid rubbernecks looking at me when I was all gory". (Salinger 2010 : 58) Holden seems to think that it is better to die young than to become an adult materialist like his parents, brother, and nearly every adult he meets. In this case death act as a symbol of freedom, a gateway, a relief from one’s troubles and responsibilities, this is its very quality that at times caused Holden to consider it
The flag represents nationhood which gives us the freedom we need and want. Johnson for burning the flag leads to many causes. For him to do that, that’s means he doesn’t honor our nations freedom as well as the unity of our governments. If Johnson wasn’t careful with what he did he wouldn’t have been in this big of a situation. He caused a lot of people to dislike him in many ways.