But in Jim Carrey's life he persevered in order to save his life and his family. The story Susan B. Anthony Dares to Vote shows perseverance because Susan had never given up on her fight for women's rights to vote. For example, one day Susan dressed up as a man in order to vote because she knew that women couldn't vote. Even though she was a women, she dressed up as a man to show that she will never give up in what she believes in. This shows perseverance because she tried everything in order to get women to vote even though most of her ideas did not work.
It is not an ideal situation for either party involved. I understand the family values and if her story becomes public knowledge it was impact the image of the organization due to the nature of whom she decided to stay in a relationship with. On the other hand, is this fair to the employee? Her decisions did not affect the quality of work, she continued to give excellence while she going through the situation. Can employers determine who one will be in a relationship with?
Through everything with her dad and everyone’s disapproval Desdemona remained positive with all the hardships she went through and kept a good attitude. Another good thing she did was fulfilled her correct roles and duties such as being a good wife, helping others, and being faithful and loyal. At any moment Desdemona could have left Othello because all of the chaos she had to go through, but she didn’t, instead she stuck by his side through thick and thin. An example of this would be one of her final words to Othello “And you have mercy on me too! I never did anything wrong to you in my life.
What makes O-Lan the major character in The Good Earth is her control over various situations still without violating her vocal reservation. Her greatest achievement, out of her numerous collection, is the legacy she leaves behind and various examples set for her children and husband. Even though she lived a hard life of servitude, she still remained loving and never adverted away from her family. O-Lan remained selfless and loyal to her family although it is never truly appreciated until after she is gone. O-Lan’s greatest desire was to be noticed and wanted by others, especially those she slaved away most of her life to so altruistically.
That doesn’t mean they don’t care for each other. They respect one another in a way that all divorced mothers and fathers should. In the long run I have realised that divorce is not necessarily a great thing but it is not a curse either. My parents divorce has not only taught me that no family is perfect but also that even though things didn’t go to plan with the person whom you once loved, that does not mean you stop respecting them. I will admire my mother and father for the rest of my life.
I approve of Grace Ann because even though she’s Fran’s little sister, she helps out Fran more than she notices and she’s there ready to defend Fran whenever she needs it. I also approve of Mike Riordan for the reason that Fran decided to tell him the truth about her even though she didn’t know him very well at that time and he was very understanding and caring about the whole situation. Then further into the book, Fran and him know that they are attracted to each other, but Fran kept on pushing him away and he just waited for her to be ready, so he was really patient and it paid off because Fran and him get married and have a daughter. The characters I most disliked are Bobby Benedetto and Patty Bancroft, who helped Fran and Robert leave. I strongly disliked Bobby Benedetto for the reason that he abused Fran and did so much damage to her, also because he’s the reason for a miscarriage and an abortion that Fran had.
As I mention before, Celie loves Nettle, and Nettle loves her back. After Celie took out in school by PA, Nettle tried to educate her. Celie pushed Pa away from Nettie so that Nettie can have a better life and continue her education. As a result, it indicates that love is the key to a strong relationship. I realize that Nettle is successful because Nettie is quite self-sufficient and Nettie never judges her personal worth in relation to men.
Being a woman means her protective instincts kick in, she would protect her son and husband at any cost. Being a woman means she can provide moral support for her family, and be the gentle touch they need when everything goes wrong. Lady Macduff is selfless, she cares about others deeply, as in, her son and husband, she would stand by them because of true love, not because of some ulterior motive. In addition, she has no wish for power, she does not want positon, or gold, or anything of the sort, those things do not intrigue her, what is important for her is her family’s wellbeing. Moreover, Lady Macduff has this vulnerable air about her, she is defenceless against anyone who would want to do her harm because of her kindness, and so, she was doomed because of it.
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. First, it is an open secret that having an independent life is very important for married couples but clever and farsighted young people understand that living with parents after marriage, having an extended family can be very beneficial for them because it strengthens bonds in a family. There are no parents and children who have not quarreled for at least once or twice throughout their lives and the main reason of their quarrels has been misunderstandings. So from this we can conclude that if mothers and daughters sometimes quarrel and there is nothing
Even after Ismene warns Antigone about burying her brother, she is unstoppable. She goes on with what she partakes to be right even though she does not receive help from her sister. On the part of Creon, he upholds his dedication to leadership so much that he ignores the plea by his son to spare Antigone. He thinks that the only reason which makes his son do that is that he is loyal to Antigone. Therefore, both characters have this tendency to trust themselves and it brings both good and adverse effects to them.