We choose our own thoughts, reactions and emotions. We don’t always have to take everything negatively. Through the action I took of shoplifting, I realized how upset I always felt and therefore I wanted to change myself to make me happy and everyone else happy. Through this time in life I realized that our actions do speak for ourselves, and we need to learn that sometimes we do need to change ourselves so nobody gets hurt. When I felt lonely like the man in the glass booth, I then realized that I don’t want to be this lonely person anymore.
Because she was hated more, I believe the audiences would hate the type of people who kill their own blood, which is why they wouldn’t listen to Medea. Jason was trying to provide a better life for Medea and his children, but instead, Medea kills her children to cause more pain to
In A Lesson Before Dying, Grant says that he does not like teaching but is doing it because he says that he is no teacher, that he hates teaching. He feels like he is doing nothing in his life yet his aunt tells him to teach. This show we have no control because no matter how loud he yells she won’t listen to him. His aunt, Tante Lou, would just turn a blind eye. In chapter two he says how he feels about teaching, “I had told her many, many times how much I hated this place and all I want to do was go away.
An accepting and healthy environment is needed. Many people face peer pressure because they are deemed uncool and are pressured to do uncomfortable things and things that they believe are not right. If everyone accepts everyone around them for their real selves and will not judge them, people will not commit unhealthy acts and develop undesirable bad habits. People need to surround themselves around healthy and positive company that will accept each other and have healthy core values. Lastly, people must rid themselves of any bad and unhealthy ideals.
In (II.iii.92-95) “O gentle lady, ‘'Tis not for you to hear what I can speak! The repetition in a woman’s ear Would murder as it fell” Hearing the death of Duncan’s murder would make Lady Macbeth’s ears bleed because even a man is shocked hearing this. It plays a strong gender role because Lady Macbeth was told not to hear this situation because she is a woman. After the death of king Duncan and Banquo. Macduff went to England leaving his family behind to ask Malcolm's help to get rid of macbeth.
Even though he truly wanted to live, he valued his dignity more than anything else. This is the reason he felt so disappointed. Proctor could not falsely commit to using witchcraft, because the opinion of others was more important. His disappointment is displayed when he said , “I do think I see some shred of goodness in John Proctor.” (4, 144), which shows how Proctor wanted to live so badly. It displays how Proctor felt that he did everything in order to protect his good name, and still had to die protecting it.
In doing so, he decides to fight his fears and insecurities so as to respond to this challenge, which ends with him becoming a better version of himself. Similarly, Paikea faces the challenge of becoming the leader of her tribe, which leads her to focus and work on her flaws so as to improve herself and become the leader she wanted to be. By working really hard on their insecurities and deficiencies, Walter and Paikea became better versions of themselves. In the case of Walter Mitty, his efforts in working on his lack of self-esteem and inability to socialize with others helped him to become a confident, brave and sociable person. As Walter used to be an insecure man full of fears and introvert when talking to others, he decided that he must change his ways and surpass his weaknesses so as to become the person he always craved to be.
It was through a vicarious source in which I learned about how things should be the other way around. In order to prevent us from falling apart and to allow us to have the strength to help others we need to be able to take care of ourselves beforehand. This is one of the reasons why my primary goal in life is to focus on improving my perception of myself. I want to not have as many doubts anymore, or to criticize myself for things that are out of my control. It may seem like a minimal task, but it really does have an influence on other components in our life.
474) and this basic definition is the one that the average person is likely to know. This, though, does not sound very different from what we would understand to be cultural exchange. Therefore, we must further operationalize cultural appropriation as a separate concept. Cultural appropriation is entangled with the assimilation and exploitation of other cultures into the majority and concerns what the subordinate culture must do in order to survive or what it does to resist the dominant culture (Rogers, 2006). Because of these issues in particular, cultural appropriation differs greatly from cultural exchange, which we can understand as “reciprocal exchange of symbols, artifacts … or technologies between cultures with roughly equal levels of power” (Rogers, 2006, p. 477).
This essay discusses the definition of culture, cultural encounters, and the representation of this issue in the story. Culture is defined by characteristics that are shared by a group of people. It is usually represented by language, religion, cuisine, traditional clothes, music, arts, and is dependent on social habits. Therefore, culture plays a major role in an individual’s perspective of life and his/her personality. Cultures have differed than each other, depending on the places they were established in, the way of survival people pursued to acclimate with different circumstances, and how they shared their experiences with each other.