Ivy’s blindness is a representation of the village its self and symbolizes how the Elders kept the villagers in the dark about the real world. The blindness makes Ivy more vulnerable to the outside world, yet it also makes her the best candidate for going into the woods, because, per her father, she wouldn’t be able to see the horrors of the outside world. It was also assumed that the creatures would not harm her because they would have mercy on her, as with Noah. However, Ivy’s blindness does, in fact, make her a strong person because she has a different sense of awareness that others can’t experience. Although she was terrified of walking through the woods alone, Ivy ended up exactly where she needed to be.
On this planet there are a lot of nations and each of them has its own understanding of the word “family’’. In every Armenian family adults are taught that family for us is the basis of everything and when speaking about Armenian family young people know that even after marriage they can never forget about the architects of their family, they can never forget about their parents, their future children’s grandparents. Armenian girls know it for sure that they should love their in-laws so sincerely as they love their husbands because their in-laws are a crucial part of their husband 's life. It goes without saying that it is very hard to get fit with an entirely new family 's lifestyle, needs, mentality and so on. But creating family harmony is possible by treating in-laws as your own parents, never complaining to your husband about his mother and allowing your in-laws to take part in ubringing of their grandchildren.
Irene, nonetheless, overcame her fears to survive and thrive, and never lost sight of her true goal; to return home to her family. Despite my sheer amazement at how quickly life can turn sour, Irene’s perseverance gives me hope that overcoming difficulties is never impossible. I was washed over with relief when Irene returned to her family. It was reasonable that she had no high hopes of ever seeing her parents again, but fate brought them to her aunt’s house in Radom, and Irene’s intelligence and determination led her from Soviet interrogators to where she deserved to be. Simply reading of Irene’s imprisonment and interrogations gave me anxiety, but I knew she was not a
How friendships are gained and get stronger When people think about friends, they usually have their own unique stories and experiences. Anyone who has read The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexie knows that the main character of the book, Arnold, is the same way. When we talk about Arnold's pals, we think of Rowdy; his friend from the reservation. We also think of the friends that he gained from when he moved to Reardan High School which were Gordy, Roger and Penelope. Through these friends, Alexie shows us that friendships can be gained and grow stronger from new and unique experiences like, tough love, small actiones turning into bigger relationships and kindness and generosity.
One of her traits that I admire most about her is her trust in herself. Through the story, we follow Ani and her gut feeling to the truth. I would genuinely benefit from having her as a friend, because she would teach me to respect my feelings, and always do what is right. This brings me to my next point. Ani’s persistence is amazing.
Evidence of this starts in chapter three when her aunt dies and she carries on with her duties (to show her dedication) then in chapter seven when William died she breaks and gives up on trying to fix others showing she is very fragile. The next difference is their personalities, starting with victor, he is very anti-social especially after the creature came to life he also is very quiet and keeps to himself unless it's close friends and family. Then, Elizabeth is somewhat passive, she listen to everyone's wants and needs also from the beginning the story where it describes her looks she is considered societies perfect women, passive, beautiful, and “weak” (at least that's what everyone says about her). To sum everything up, Elizabeth and Victor are very similar and moderately different. They both share a love for knowledge and are both very passionate and caring human beings.
Culture is shared set of arts,ideas,skills and ect,Culture has a different effect on how many people view the world. In other ways, culture consistently informs the way one views the world and others because of family,school, and community. Overall it matters on how they let their culture have an effect on them. In Robert Lake’s essay, “An Indian Father’s Plea” his son Windwolf is having difficulty with racism in his school. It is not only children who are racist towards him it is the adults as well.
Therefore, instead of having different distinct cultures, all forms are blended into one. Even though individuals living in America receive several benefits, they lose a sense of their identity. The sense of assimilation partially imposes indigenous people to learn about the characteristics among the majority group. This may include: new genres of music, religion, certain laws, or practices that might be new to a diverse cultural society. Multiculturalism may play a valuable role in retaining one’s traditional roots, but in the end, the price ethnic individuals have to pay is learning new forms of beliefs and customs.
Austen wrote these characters with certain similarities while still making them unique. Elinor Dashwood remains selfless and reliable, whereas Elizabeth Bennet touts tenacity and intensity, but nevertheless, they exhibit comparable devotion to their families. In Sense and Sensibility, Elinor Dashwood exemplifies selflessness and reliability. She lends strength to her two sisters and mother after the passing of their respective father and husband. Dashwood plays the role of “the comforter of others in her own distress, no less than
Family has certain roles in the society. Parents have to educate and bring up their children, keep them safe from any evilness, show the right path and be at their side no matter the circumstances (Clifford 1999). Children, on the other hand supposed to listen, learn and obey their parents (Treier 2011). Family’s primary role is to build the foundation of loving and caring relationship and to spread the wisdom and good teaching among the children. It is also important for the families to cultivate traditions so that family members could