Milton Hershey was known as the father of the community. He maintained control in the community and set rules he knew would benefit for a lifetime. “With his own money, Hershey built schools, churches, stores, a bank, an amusement park, a zoo, a football field, an inn, golf courses and a dancing pavilion. He even developed a trolly-system to bring in workers from neighboring towns (The Hershey Company).” He made such an impact that he was a fitting tribute who was so generous and caring as he truly left a memorable change in the world. Milton Hershey always used his money to make the world a better place, even when he had passed.
He wakes up every day and heads to his construction job where everyone stands around with hard hats on and holding shovels (hey, just like real government work!) His miserable day is topped off when he opens up his lunch and sees yet another "gourmet" meal from his equally miserable wife. However, maybe things will change now that his wife has bought a fancy new microwave. Things to do change, but not in the way he was hoping. Meals are still just as weird
Mr. Porter broke through social stigmas when he followed his father into the sales business. Not only do I personally look up to Mr. Porter for his courage in breaking through stigmas but for his persistence. In the movie, Mr.Porter showed extreme amounts of persistence when he returned daily to every house not matter what the circumstance.
Billy said goodbye and thanked his friend for his help and support. Willy turned the corner to his house, he was surrounded by a dozen or so men and women with cameras, asking him a whole bunch of questions. One man called out in the commotion, "we are from the Green Daily Newspaper and we would like to congratulate you by writing a story on your crusade." Willy was surprised and completely dizzy from all the camera lights flashing in his face. "I 'll just have to ask my parents if it 's okay to give you the story."
Gatsby grew up wanting to be rich, adoring everything about Daisy and her way of life since he was a young man going into the war. His image of Daisy and her wealth is much more perfect in his head than reality. On Gatsby’s dock there is a green light, which seems to represent his strive to be with his image of Daisy, and be perfect himself. “Possibly it had occurred to him that the colossal significance of that light had now to him vanished forever. Compared to the great distance that had separated him from Daisy it had seemed very near to her, almost touching her.
Such combination of lehengas actually looks sophisticated yet elegant. It is mostly suitable for women who want to sport a simplistic look for their wedding. Nowadays the Lehenga cholis are still used even on Indian events like mehendi, sangeet and others. This attire still remains a focal image of admiration and woman’s
She gives you glimpses of her non-pioneer or more human side but never fully reveals all of her internal wants and needs, especially as a woman. When she has that recurring dream, she is mad at herself for her mind expressing those wants but she would never act on it. When she does eventually marry Carl, it sounds like she’s treating it like a business venture or a security investment not a physical relationship. Despite her willingness to introduce advanced technology, I believe her father would be pleased with her “pioneer-ness”. She recognizes what she has given up in order for Emil to not have to follow in her footsteps, but she does not regret it.
Lena wanted to use her husband 's insurance money for the children to follow and achieve their dreams. Lena is extremely worried about Walter 's obsession with money and Beneatha 's lack of faith in God. Still, she stays supportive of her children and still loves them unconditionally. Her nurturing personality is symbolized by the way she treats her houseplant. Just like her family, Lena 's plant lacks the necessary resources to flourish.
Her dream is “to stay at home safe with Father and Mother, and help take care of the family”(140). Beth is a very responsible and caring as a little woman should be, yet while helping and taking care as she fills her mother’s place at the Hummels family, she got inflected by the scarlet fever. Beth pays the price for repressing entirely the manifestation of one’s demands; for simply being a little woman. One can see the attrition of energy in the labor to live like a little woman. One can also see the passive self-image that is actual encumbrance of the little woman as Beth describes herself “ stupid little Beth trotting about home, of no use anywhere but there” (360).
He said, “He did not trust the woman not to trust him. And he did not want to be mistrusted now.” (Hughes Thank You , Ma’am 3). Mrs. Jones also taught him that getting what he wanted by immoral means is not what a good person does. For example, she said, “And next time, do not make the mistake of latching onto my pocketbook nor nobody else’s—because shoes come by devilish like that will burn your feet.” (Hughes Thank You , Ma’am 3). By being a good person and taking the initiative to try and help Roger, she changed his