This was in 5th and 6th grade I was a bit lonely at times but didn't feel rejected or anything I just had not found my group. Then 7th grade started and my cousin Emilio Pelaez which is in this class starting to meet some people and as good friends as we have always been he invited me to meet them. There I met the people who are my best friends today. It ranges from David Valencia to Emilio Mora to Juan Jose Ramirez to a lot more and I have never been happier with my friends as I am today. Hobbies I consider that are one of the most character building activities we can do, they are crucial for our personalities, they make us the people that we are.
Character: Data* Information Giver- In the movie, Data is an intelligent young boy, and he has some extremely useful gadgets with him, that he developed. Data is seen by the other boys as a person who can solve their problems. He is usually able to answer any question that the boys ask him. In the movie, he creatively enters Mikey’s house through the use of a zip line. Even though Mikey’s mom did not approve of this activity, the rest of the boys thought it was a clever and audacious idea.
Huckleberry Finn is a character that has many different personalities. In the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, Huck has many different interesting personalities that make him a great character. He is a very immature character who develops into a character that every likes, because he has matured over the course of the book. Huckleberry is also very kind, and treats others right. He doesn’t fall to people’s level and treat the character Jim as a slave, like everyone else does.
Like the wife, Ann, I believe practically all people desire acceptance. However, life is not perfect and I know that I face rejection constantly. Like with the husband’s reasoning, often I have been excluded for insignificant reasons. Simply a change in skin color indicated an adjustment in the person he wanted to marry. In addition to the judgmental aspect, I can also relate to this man’s selfishness and desire for control in that I see people like him everyday.
Love. Love is a very fickle emotion that affects an individual drastically. It can cloud a person’s perception of someone and can cause one to act in a way that they would normally never do. Love is what caused Pip, a young character from the novel, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, to drastically change from an innocent boy to a foolish man. As a child, Pip was always sweet yet dilapidated beyond repair, because he was neglected as a child.
My father was a really great man to be around. He loved to joke with people and see his own children happy. My father was the best dad anyone could ever ask for. We had tons of great memories, but that all went bittersweet the day he started having issues. My father taught me so many things, Fishing, shooting guns, and to have fun.
The myth called “Narcissus and Echo” indicates how selfish some people are. In this video version of the myth made by IvlagnetoTwo it states “Narcissus was a very beautiful young man”. All of the fairies loved him but there was one particular fairy that was beautiful named Echo. She was in love with Narcissus but he did not love her back, while she was stalking Narcissus, she forgot about all of her duties ordered by the goddess Hera. Hera was angry at Echo so she cursed her to only be able to repeat the last words of anyone 's sentence.
It is love which can bring human’s feeling high in the sky or stress you like an elephant dragging a log fiercely. When they are in love blindly with someone, they may not notice the outside world but when everything is going wrong, life is like a disaster because of depression, lost, loneliness, regret, dissatisfaction and fear. Gandhi said, “Where there is love there is life”, there is no where we can find pleasure and happiness without basing on love. Living an ethical life, we can possess joy and a happiness to create a good life. But to be good doesn’t always gain happiness because goodness is only an ideal state.
The Green-eyed Monster We may not be proud of our jealousies, but most of us have them. When we feel insecure, unloved, unsure of ourselves, we tend to become jealous of what we want to hold for ourselves. Like the little fellow who hangs on to his toy fire engine and won't let anyone else look at it, we cling possessively to our friends and loved ones. We're afraid to share, afraid of losing what we love, insecure about our ability to hold our rights, and as a result we're jealous and possessive. Claire may gloat in her boy friend's jealousy and feel that it's a sign of Tom's ardent love.