Eliza did what she thought was best to keep her child safe and ran away so they would not be separated(Ch. 4). A woman had jumped overboard and committed suicide because she and her son had been separated, she had not even been made aware that her son had been sold until her son was already gone(Ch. 12). This shows the women showing sorrow and depression which is a human feeling.
She viewed Laila as her own daughter, and she wasn’t going to let anyone hurt her daughter. She knew how much of an abomination killing her husband would be to society, but she loved Laila enough to risk the punishment. Instead of running away from Kabul with Laila, Mariam stayed behind so that Laila would never get in trouble for killing Rasheed. She was then arrested and later shot for murder (371). Mariam sacrificed her own life so that Laila could marry Tariq and live happily and freely with her family.
Teaching Pearl these lessons for her to be wiser and better is Hester caring for Pearl. If she was not caring, Hester would not bother passing her lessons on to Pearl. All in all, Hester should be able to keep Pearl because Pearl is the only thing Hester has in life, Pearl is a blessing and a retribution, and Pearl saved Hester. Hester may not be the best mother, but Pearl will be able to learn from her mistakes to be wiser and better. Therefore, Hester should be able to keep
As soon as the governess sees the Peter Quint, she puts the safety of the children above all else. After seeing Mr. Quint, the governess describes herself as “a screen—[she] was to stand before them [for] the more [she] saw, the less they would” (James 27). The governess behaves rationally and is able to carry out her job successfully. This is something only a sane person could do, as an insane person could not carry out the task of protecting the children and keeping them safe from whatever dangers there may be. The governess also states that, “[she] was there to protect and defend the little creatures” (James 27).
absolutely not! My concerns are the consequences, Abby’s physical safety, and the parentings choices. All these factor into the parent’s decision to let their child sail all alone. A risk can either be dangerous or a little less risky. You just have to keep in mind the consequences to this action.
Although, Gail is nothing like Wesley and Frank she does not cause harm to the Indian people and she is a woman. Obviously Wesley would not understand but Gail is a woman and although she probably has never gone through that she would want somebody to do the same as she did Marie, for her. Yes, Gail keeping her mouth shut would have prevented every single problem presented to the Hayden family, but that would not have been the right thing to
Though Nancy is responsible for allowing an innocent to be hurt without interference, she does not apologize or allow the incident to improve her character. Nancy’s involvement in personally bullying the victim, Mattie, is minimal, but she allows others to do so without intervening. After seeing the effect this has on Mattie, she does not apologize, but justifies to herself why she did not discourage her friends from bullying. Rationalizing, she thinks “… A person would have to be crazy to toss aside the best crowd in the school, ” (Howland, 84). Instead of taking responsibility for her lack of interference and then apologizing, she decides that complying with the crowd was just.
We are supposed to be ignorant and natural optimists, but what is an optimist? Who do we see as being an “optimist”? Let me answer those questions for you. Gaia Stone is a great example of an optimist. She has given so much of her life to save these small children, everyone else would gladly take the children from their parents.The people around Gaia only see her as a measly teenager, who can make no real impact on the future of these children.
The husband thought abortion would be a better choice; however, the young women strongly opposed it as she believed that no abortion should be applied in any circumstances. My supervisor explicated the outcome for both procedures and emphasized the potential burden for the family to raise a baby with anencephaly with short projected lifespan, and the young women insisted to keep the baby. Though knowing all the difficulties medically and emotionally, my supervisor gave the best care he could to the young women, and she had a successful delivery. I started to realize that professionalism was not only about what might be “the best” choice clinically but also about what might be the most respectful way for the patient. Studying medicine may be a challenging process for everyone, and maintaining professionalism throughout the practice would not be easy; however, I believe, with the influence of great role model, training and practicing in clinical professionalism would for sure assist me in facing further challenges in my future medical
Sethe and her daughter are isolated from the community due to Sethe’s killing of her youngest child, an action Sethe justifies as “put[ting] my babies where they’d be safe” but one which Paul D sees as a love “too thick” (Morrison 193). Her misjudgment fits Aristotle’s description of the fatal flaw. The trauma she experienced as a slave made her justifiably determined to not let her children return to slavery, but her panicked actions resulted in her isolation the community. As her isolation is caused by herself rather than an external force such as slavery, she is a fitting model for a Greek tragedy protagonist. Sethe’s “thick love” continues to linger after the killing, as she says she wanted to die alongside her youngest child after she killed her so she can continue to take care of her daughter, and states “[Beloved] is mine” after her realization that Beloved is her daughter (Morrison 241).