While doing this, his brother was there helping him the whole time. The one reason Doodle’s brother decided to help was because he was ashamed that his brother could not do anything. Emotions changed the narrator and made him feel something that lead to an opportunity. That opportunity was helping Doodle be normal and it changed him and his family’s emotions for the better. Waiting for the worst to happen will not get anyone anywhere.
Although most leaders are not chosen for their level of intelligence, some unlike Tom truly do want to help, but the selfishness of others over shadows any good intentions. Tom never meant to hurt anyone when he was conducting his plans to free Jim, but he ended up hurting everyone around him, including himself. He felt so sorry about all of the things that he put Jim through, that he gave Jim forty dollars. The mess that Tom left behind was so big that he himself had to clean it up. With leadership comes the responsibility to govern others, but it is people's jobs to chose them
The first story, The King and the Shirt teaches us that you don't have to have money or possessions beyond beyond belief, to be truly happy. The lesson was taught by, the man who didn't even have a shirt was truly happy. When the other men who have families, and money weren't even happy. The next story The Stonecutter teaches us, that your perfect being you and only you. The lesson was taught, by the irony in the story.
These two gentlemen are English boys that know how to follow rules/order, yet only one of them maintain this. Jack and Ralph might come from the same background, but they are both very different in reality. Throughout the book Jack and Ralph aren’t the best of friends, but this division becomes bigger and bigger. Ralph wants to maintain a more civilized island kind of like his home, while Jack is wild and doesn’t really care what happens. For example, “ I ought to be chief “, said Jack with simple arrogance, “because I’m chapter chorister and head boy.””(Golding
He didn't have anything to back up his leadership. In fact, one can say that he had too much respect for the boys. In chapter 3, Ralph places emphasis on building huts, because he realizes that it will benefit all the boys. In this regard, Ralph was an authentic leader in the sense that his desired end product was something positive which they all needed. Although he becomes frustrated, because of the lack of assistance, he continues to think of ways to increase the possibility of being
Jack had finally gotten the power that he desperately desired by getting rid of the conch. Despite the fact that Jack didn’t want the conch around anymore, it was still an important factor that helped him reach to the top and eventually rule all of the boys, with or without their
In James Hurst’s “The Scarlet Ibis,” strong forces lead to loss too soon. Doodle was not the most ideal brother, leading to turmoil inside the boy. To him, Doodle was an embarrassment, leading to a powerful urge to make him walk (Hurst 112). Sometimes family isn’t perfect, but it is what it is; there is no choice. The boy needed to not let him get ahead of himself.
Pain and suffering can make one say and do things that they otherwise would not. For instance, when Elie’s father was being beaten in front of him, Elie did not try to help him; he “had not even blinked” due to the fear he felt. Nonetheless, his father understood Elie’s actions and whispered, “It doesn’t hurt,” to make Elie feel less remorseful. Elie felt guilty for not doing anything to help his father, and if it had not been for his father understanding his actions, guilt could have consumed Elie to such a degree that it would have made it more difficult to live. By showing that he understood his son, Elie’s father made Elie’s survival more probable.
A responsible father is one who is known to support their children, solve any problems that may take place and most importantly treat all their children equally. In particular, two pieces of literature, “Taming Of The Shrew”, by William Shakespeare and “To Kill A Mockingbird”, by Harper Lee address the topic of being a father. Although Baptista Minola and Atticus Finch both want a successful future for their children within their own stories, Atticus’ valuable lessons are evident he is the better father out of the two. As Mark Twain has quoted, “Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example”, It is very crucial that all parents set good examples and be positive role models towards their children. Atticus and his
A president needs to be smart to make the right decisions. Also, to know the people, places, and laws of his or her country. Next, intelligence is a good quality when you are meeting with other world leaders. You would not want to walk into a meeting and not know anyone 's name or where they come from. Intelligence also shows someone that you care and are capable of doing great things.