Their relationship continues for a considerable amount of time and he slowly grows accustomed to living the way that Maxine and her parents live. Maxine has a great influence over Gogol during this time, her wants and needs are a first priority to him during this time in his life. He wants to feel accepted by the people of the country he grew up in, Maxine is one of those people he so desperately needs acceptance from. This fact proves that he feels self-conscious in regards to his identity, specifically in terms of his cultural identity. He learns from Maxine and his new home surroundings to be fully immersed in the American way of life in order to have that feeling of acceptance.
Many people now get marry before they succeed in their own field, so striving with your partner is better than struggle by yourself. A mature or an experienced partner will surely give right suggestion about your work or help you to make decisions. However, opposing viewers hold the idea that Erin should care more about her husband instead of focus on her job, she ought to stay home, take care everything in house, which like the old days in 1970’s China and America. She is a teacher with no
Being an FBI Agent or a Criminologist is one of my dreams; that 's why I want to learn English pretty well. In the future I want to be working as a Criminologist. I would be a hard working person and I would work really hard in order to make money and support my family. I would like to share the rest of my life with my loved ones. I want my family to be always close to me.
Think about some of the good things in the world—sports, money, and even philosophy. Obtaining these good things are what lead to happiness. Would you like me to help you find one of these to satisfy you (205D)? Chara: Of course! Please teach me how to be happy forever, for there is nothing that I want more
Despite his reluctance, he soon becomes to love his new home. Anyone who has ever moved can relate to this. Where one misses his or her former home so much, but he or she knows he or she has to learn to love this new one. One feels so angry towards the new place, but then learns to appreciate it and love it for what it is. Through analyzing form and theme in “America”, Claude McKay emphasizes society’s reluctance towards change.
Becoming literate was another aspect of American life that they had to face, and they dealt with the challenge to the best of their ability. Although none may have wanted to flee from their home country, they did so under necessity, and were able to find a home in a completely foreign country to them. The differences in culture between the Hmong and Western cultures were distinct, but the Hmong were still able to practice their own traditions and aid each other in their time of need, such as when Paja needed the communal help. They overcame struggles together, and in the end, were able to keep their culture, though the Hmong children are also embracing the
I do have my respect for Tantra yet personally I do not like the approaches of Tantra and this I know for certain that at any stage of my life I could never really accept them. But the kind of work that I am doing now raises a lot of eyebrows and people believe that probably I am a follower of Tantra. Interestingly, so much have already been done and said about Tantra that for the common people it becomes absurd to think beyond the realms of Tantra, as if this has got into their nerves and genes that they cannot think beyond the Tantric-horizon. After twenty-five years of steady and strenuous efforts, my success rate of wiping out the superstitions, blind beliefs of people is negligible. In fact I have been wondering how people with higher
Both are eager to be independent and are not afraid to break away from the family if they have to, and both are ultimately caught in family duty. The desire of being independent and being able to do what they want to do is a theme that prevails in both stories, and it is classic theme in second generation immigrants. Both characters are Americanized and have abandoned many traditional values, but are ultimately tied to the families they come from, because family, to some extent, is what defines a
In modern day, we have of course strayed far away from the rigidity and horror that is parental-child relations in this memoir, but I think that children are still expected to respect and care for their parents though now its to much less a degree than back then. The bond between a parent and child is one of no parallel and so it is present in every society and civilization since the beginning of time, which makes filial piety something that should be valued, studied and not made light of. Because as we see in this story, a lack of a good parent/child bond has catastrophic
Thinking about my future path I maybe try to think more about Foreign Service work. After healing her, I realized that Foreign Service Officer is a great opportunity and it has many advantages. American system abroad is well build and it takes loyalty and interest in other counties to work in such kind of job. Also, knowing few languages can help in the Foreign Service work, but it is not the most important because they will give education and teach any language that the person wants. Foreign Service takes care for their workers and also for their family.