These challenges a special child faces are usually doubled. On one hand, they struggle with the symptoms and disabilities that result from the disease. On the other, they are challenged by the stereotypes and prejudice that result from misconceptions about special child. As a result of both, children with special needs are denied of the opportunities that define a quality life. there are other things such as bullying, parental neglect, social acceptability, low self esteem, community misconception and stigma that a special child has to face in his/her routine life.
Life is full of struggles and with these we learn how and what to choose either the right or the opposite one. Maybe we can draw a lesson from it which may help us to grow and keep moving in life or it may bring a negative effect on us which may affect our perspective on what is the meaning of life.In the story Faith, Love, Time and Dr. Lazaro which is written by Gregorio C. Brillantes story I was able to witnessed how a doctor dwells on the painful memories of the past. It shows how the main character was lost on his life after all the painful memories of the past. There 's a textual evidence on the first paragraph that shows how oblivious he is on what 's happening around him. He buried himself on veranda of their house viewing the stars, the darkness that surround the country and the glowing lights of the distant high way.
The first image seen in the novel that shows the criticism against colonizer is when the chief of the village was hammered with a stick by one of the white men; through this picture Conrad is criticizing the attitude of colonizer’s towards natives. This makes a reader to think automatically, that if a single can treat a chief of the natives in such a humiliating way than the treatment give to other normal natives would be even worse than this. Another example of negative image can be seen in the line “they walked erect and slow, balancing small baskets full of earth on their head, and the clink kept time with their footstep. Black rags were wound round their lions” this line shows that the workers were chained and made them to work very hard with very bad conditions of
1. Cry the Beloved Country is part story, part prophecy and a part psalm because this story talks about life as a native and the hardships that they are put through. Cry the Beloved Country, is a story of how a man reunites with his family, only to find out they were not living good lives. “A man has been killed at her place. They gamble and drink and stab.
This is the ability to recognize one 's own feelings and the feelings of others, and also how to express these feelings. Empathy is also a part of emotional development. I did not have the best start at healthy emotional development. Although I had my mother and great-grandmother, I needed more support. My father was not present, and I felt a void because my siblings had their father around.
Book review – Boyhood The novel ‘’ boyhood ‘’ (1997) is written by the author J.M. Coetzee and is about a young boy and his childhood in South Africa in the town Worcester. The boy in the book is the author Coetzee and his life between the age 10 to age 13 and his way to adjust to the society and to find himself as a person. The book describes the love and the hate that Coetzee has for his mother, and the shame that he feels for his father combined with the isolation from his classmates. Boyhood is not only about Coetzee himself but also about South Africa and the apartheid.
Unfortunately, when the war had hit his hometown, a village called Mogbwemo, he was separated from his family. Before the series of attacks had reached his hometown he was living with his dad due to the fact that his parents were divorced. He and his oldest brother Junior tried their best to stick together as they ran away from the war but eventually got separated by an attack on the town that they had ran to seek refuge in. “It was during the attack in the village of Kamator that my friends and I seperated. It was the last time I saw Junior, my older brother”(43).
When he described to me, he definitely faced many challenges, some of which would push him to abandon his career. However, he constantly did a self-evaluation of his tactics and strategies. He identified his blind sports and constantly figured out a way of making it his strength. However, denial can be the greatest huddle leaders may face in their self-awareness journey. They characteristically possess fears have to be allayed, insecurities that need smoothening and egos that have to be stroked.
As demonstrated by Wright in Black Boy, the oppression by the white population is exacerbated by oppressive religious practices within households. Wright’s memoir, Black Boy, is a phenomenal commentary on the negative aspects of the Jim Crow South and the Black Community at that. He especially criticizes religion, and how it can be used to threaten and contain its followers. Even today this can be the case, and id does not end at religious practices: education and other social norms can be wielded as means to control its