While Jack takes the rule as a dictator and Ralph wants a democracy, Jack’s ruling worked out better for him in the long run. Ralph did not have any power as the book progressed because the boys were not scared of him. He did not take initiative and reprimand them so they did not have any motivation to do what they were told. Jack did not take this approach. He was very hard on the boys which they may not have liked, but it worked in the long run.
Yet I refused. I wished to see the caveman, what he had to offer-.” (Book IX. ll, 242-250). Odysseus makes the decision to stay and explore what the island has to offer for himself, and this turns out to be a horrible leadership decision on Odysseus’s part because it results in the loss of several of his men. Odysseus allowed his ego and his pride to get in the way of his clear mind to make a careful decision.
His empowering story of resilience has one purpose, to provide hope to those who need it. As was portrayed in the novel, “Louie and Phil’s hope displaced their fear and inspired them to work toward their survival, and each success renewed their physical and emotional vigor” (155). This shows that just a sprinkle of hope can benefit a person’s life and give them the determination to carry on. Without hope, no one would feel inclined to change their circumstances and so some might continue to live in a damaging environment. Louie had this same experience, “The alcohol had brought on a pleasant numbness….When the harsh push of memory ran through Louie, reaching for his flask became as easy
Originally, the protagonist had no interest in Brother Jack’s offer to him, however he soon realized this opportunity could be beneficial. He began to work with Brother Jack and his associates and agreed to undergo excessive amounts of studying to speak to crowds more effectively. When they felt he was ready to speak, that is when he did. The speech was something he was longing to do, however he had a significant amount of pressure on him. The protagonist spoke confidently to the crowd in saying, “They’ve tried to dispossess us of our manhood and womanhood...
It’s as if the town and the family have had an emotional transition where suddenly feelings are not what they once were. The community’s immediate reaction to the sexual assault accusations were to be hesitant of George and view him as a completely different person than he once was. Now his own family feels that way about him. George’s confidence stems from the support especially Joan and Andrew provide throughout the accusations. Everything reverses once George confesses to his family about the Sarah Myers incident.
“Everyone makes mistakes in life but that doesn’t mean they have to pay for them the rest of their life. Sometimes good people make bad choices, it doesn’t mean they are bad. It means they 're human.” (Lovethispic) Second chances mean an opportunity to start over and come clean again. Second chances may not sound pleasant, but sometimes it pays off. In my opinion, I believe everyone deserves a second chance.
Perhaps Equality 7-2521 finally feels emotions after going through the motions over and over again in fact he starts to feel the emotion love and that is when he meets the golden one. Emotions can be weird sometimes but in the long run cannot be controlled by any means. The government will try to brainwash you and knock ideas at and out your head but because of humanity we cannot stop feeling emotions. So Equality 7-2521 finds himself in a situation where he has a passion for learning(reference) and a love for the golden
For the patient, Charlie, it is going to take a great effort to get back to a normal life, in fact it may be impossible because he is going to move away now from where he is used to and this will greatly effect his quality of life. However ,others may argue that the doctors in Flowers for Algernon were ethical. The doctors did tell Charlie some of what they were doing yet not all. For example, at first he did not know why he was racing Algernon, the mouse. Others may also say, at least he got what he wanted, to be smart for a little while, therefore his quality of life was not affected greatly.
Thinking with this ideology also greatly helps my education. A good portion of my peers say that they would rather have fun than do work, because they don 't see the point of it. However, I don 't think this way because I have an understanding that the quality of your life depends greatly on how you perceive things. Many individuals either lack the ability, or may just choose not to, see how their actions now can affect their lives later. They think the quality of their life doesn 't matter after that very moment.