The public fears knowledge of this capacity because the government makes them afraid, but the government is no different- they also fear an educated public that have opinions and to a large extent, free will. Two reoccurring characters
You would think that being different or standing out from the crowd is what everyone is trying to do, in reality it is the opposite. Now a day society wants to be like everyone else around them. People hate you for being different and not living by society’s standards, but deep down they wish they had the courage to do the same. According to Leopard Man’s statement “Conformity can be seen as the world’s most common, but dangerous psychological disorder,” why is that? It is because so many times people try so hard to be someone they truly don’t want to be, but they do it anyway to at least be seen as a “somebody.” In my opinion conformity will always appear negative, but is not necessarily.
Toxic Masculinity When thinking about your biggest fear what tends to come to mind? Statistically speaking, most people 's biggest fears are snakes, spiders, heights, even the dark. But, what if I told you that one of the men 's biggest fears aren 't what we think it is? The biggest fear most men are afraid of admitting that they have is the fear of showing emotion. Due to a very serious but not so talked about issue in this nation called toxic masculinity, most men aren 't comfortable with sharing their emotions, which creates an unstableness In behavior for the remainder of their lives.
In these places they are people who constantly have to live in fear about saying the wrong thing to the wrong person. This becomes especially true in cases of political differences. They can’t speak out. They can’t voice their opinions. They can’t do anything.
The monster’s emotion ultimately represents the heart of the body, which Frankenstein fails to pay attention to, yet longs to have. The observance of others emotions helps the monster realize that, “[humans] were not entirely happy… [he] saw no cause for their unhappiness, but [he] was deeply affected by it” (91). The monster, after being left to fend for himself, lacks an understanding of emotional displacement. The use of the phrase, “deeply affected” reveals the monster’s desire to understand the idea of emotions and the actions behind them. Seeking to expand his knowledge, the monster discovers that many of the emotions he reads in literature apply to himself.
“He didn’t know what to say, and he was afraid to reveal himself to be any more monstrous than his actions had made him out to be… Ender couldn’t help it, he was too afraid, too ashamed of his own acts; though he tried not to, he cried again.” (19) Ender is immensely terrified of becoming a monster; his remorse and shame caused by his horrific actions increases his fear. However, his guilt-enforced tears show that even though his actions were callous, Ender’s possession of kindness is unscathed. The humanity Ender shows through the tears he failed to stop is what prevents his worse nightmare from coming true. Chapter 4. “I am not a killer, Ender said to himself over and over.
In the end, Piggy and Ralph tell Sam and Eric just that, while they are still unsure about the whole situation, and whether it was really their fault. The actions in Lord of the Flies are all driven by fear and the idea to leave most details out for the sake of others. This comes in the form of idealizing the beast’s appearance and tactics, considering it to be a reality, and finally acting upon superstition. In Lord of the Flies, the boys are so scared of the beast that it directly influences their actions, causing them to take alarming measures to the point where even older readers are appalled by the concept. The book perfectly demonstrates that fear can seriously drive someone to questionable and even foolish
As The Monster ventures out into civilization he is attacked, hated, and shunned by most of the people that face him. When people see The Monster they will run away or scream, and some attack him. All The Monster wants is to be accepted. This shows that when confronted with things they don 't understand or aren 't familiar with, people will often react with fear and defensiveness. Even from the moment he was created, The Monster gave people quite a fright with his grotesque, disfigured build.
Second is, I am OK, You are not OK: is when an individual seems to be a paranoid person wherein he wants to get rid of others in order to be OK or when he feels victimized and persecuted, he wants others to be victimized and persecuted also, and this individual possess the rebellion child ego and put the blame on others for anything that goes wrong with them. Third is, I am not OK, You are OK: it is a common position of persons who feel that they are powerless or inferior when compare to others and always complain about one thing or the other and remain highly dissatisfied with their lives, and tends to withdraw, become depressive, and sometimes leads to suicidal. Fourth is, I am not OK, you are not OK: is a futile position or where life position is created by those who lacks interest in living, wherein individual feels that there is no hope and I could never be OK nor could you give me what I need, ones who have been neglected by their parents in their childhood and were brought up by the servants, and tends to commit suicide or homicide to end their