Not only did she show great courage, but she also showed compassion. Malala is compassionate and cares for the less fortunate, she thought of others before herself. She made sure girls were treated the way that they should be. Although she knew it was a big risk, she fought peacefully. She has one goal, the right for girls education, and she will not come down without a fight.
In the kitchen window lays a potted plant, second to only family in Mama’s most prized possessions. Mama cares for the plant by feeding, watering and checking all through the day on it to make sure it was still doing well. She also does this for the family. Mama always wants the best for them and would do anything to keep them happy and well. Mama uses the plant as her fuel to always put the family first and to remember her dreams, as well as remind her family of theirs (Shmoop Editorial Team).
So, Jill is a dynamic character because at the start of the story, she needs everything to be perfect, but by the end of the story, Jill realizes that she is happy with who she is and that nothing will ever be perfect. Given these points, Jill as a character, has been proven to be a perfectionist, diligent, and dynamic. Throughout the story, Jill was always trying her hardest to make her whole life perfect. Since she was trying to be perfect all the time, she was also diligent because Jill was hardworking, and cared about what she did, such as her job. Also, Jill was a dynamic character because she used to think that everything always needed to be perfect but then realized that that didn’t matter.
Hester Prynne, The Scarlet Letter’s protagonist, is a strong, kind, and proud yet humble woman. Through all of the struggles in her difficult lifetime, she persevered and did her best to make up for her sins. Hester raised her illegitimate child to be a wonderful, upstanding person without the help of her male counterpart. She taught Pearl the difference between right and wrong. Hester used her sin as a lesson to her daughter to learn from your mistakes, but not to let them define who you are.
In Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, there are many meal scenes that could correlate to Foster’s idea of communion whilst dining. This novel is loaded with metaphorical meal scenes, all of which contribute significantly to the story. There are a few important meal scenes though that develop and contribute to the plot more than others. The first of these occurs when Jody decides to open the store and give away free food. The second is when the people of the glades go to Janie’s house for mirth and company.
You could tell that she loved working with younger girls because of how supportive she was. Our workouts were not easy but even though it took forever to finish, there she was smiling and encouraging us to keep going. She always puts everyone else’s needs above her own. Despite whatever happened during the day, the moment she stepped onto the field, she was the coach we all knew and loved. Jarica Martarano is someone I admire due to her dedication, helpfulness, and everything she has taught me about life and softball.
But trustworthy doesn't only mean keeping a secret it also means that you have to be there for someone if they need it and to protect them. I know I can trust my Dad in any situation small or big. He is my hero. My sister is a big part of my life she has always been there for me and whether or not she knows it I look up to her. She always has my back and I know I can talk to her about anything.
She was determined to not give up even though she thought about it earlier in the novel. On a consistent basis she faced obstacles that were not common for a girl her age, and she fought threw all of them. She was able to learn from these things and take her experience with her as she became an adult. “Sometimes you have to get sicker before you can get better.” shows us that she understands the concept of not giving up and
Any other guardian would choose to spare their children’s lives and offer themselves as a way to keep them alive. Instead, she does what it takes to help herself because of her desire to not win the lottery. At this point, it can be said that Tessie Hutchinson is not who she appears, but the exact
In the play Nora states, “…you were a good mother to me…” (Ibsen 1378). This being said by Nora creates a parallel to the fact that the nurse took care of Nora as a child and still continues to now even though she is now technically an adult. In the house, Nora does not hold her ground to do what she wishes; she lives her life through the role of what Torvald wishes. This is seen clearly when she plays decides to play with her kids. She is very selfish only playing with them when she feels is right for her or to please Torvald.
A challenging academic schedule throughout high school, she has consistently raised her standards and expectations for herself. She focuses on improving herself in all areas of her life, but is definitely not self-centered. Always there with a smile and a helping hand she has gained the respect and admiration of both peers and staff. True to herself, Katrina has strong values and morals, and is not easily influenced by peer pressures. She is a young woman any teacher would want as a student, any person would want as a friend, and any parent would be proud to call their daughter.
is a very happy loving girl, who always comes into the center ready to work. From my perspective, she has been dealing with her transition real well, considering that everything seemed alright, until we told her dinner would be taken home. When working with her I tried to get her to open up a little, without bringing the subject up. I wanted her to tell me about it, rather than me asking. Her transition is hard to deal with, especially as a child because there’s not much she could do.
While reading, it becomes evident that Delia is a good person. Not only is she good, but she holds strong to her religion. She is always putting others needs before her own. Delia does not only work to support herself, but works to support her husband and his mistress. “’Mah tub of suds is filled yo’ belly with vittles more times than yo’ hands is filled it’” (Hurston 531).
Through her participation in technology, community service, and JSA, Lucy became a more well rounded individual. Lucy has so many wonderful qualities, but the ones that stand out to me are her independence and diligence. Although her parents are very loving, they also travel frequently, leaving Lucy responsible for her meals, laundry, and more. This has taught Lucy the importance of being independent and living in the real world. She realizes and understands how to take care of herself and balance what she needs to do without always having the immediate support of
As Mae Mobley’s mother verbally abused her, Aibileen took Mae Mobley in as one of her own children. Aibileen once said, “I think it bothers Miss Leefolt, but Mae Mobley my special baby” (Stockett 2). Aibileen concurs that Mae Mobley is not the most attractive, but being “cute” is not the most important characteristic of Aibileen. She values kindness, intelligence, and fairness the most and those qualities are what she tries to instill into Mae Mobley everyday. The things Mae Mobley’s mother teachers her are not just, and Aibileen took it upon herself to make sure Mae Mobley was taught the right way as long as she was around.