At the beginning, he implicitly puts her request down. Near the end, however, he blames the helplessness created by the request as the reason for the denial. He first tells her that she does not fully comprehend the impact of her request. She “should have considered what she was asking.” By doing this, he establishes his position clearly, one that meant her son would not get patronage because of the impossibility of the task. To explain this further, he walks her through what the request would have resulted in.
This is a sort of propaganda that Woolfolk talks about in her article, “Propaganda: How Not to Be Bamboozled”, this sort of propaganda is described as a “Faulty Cause and Effect”. The campaign delivers seems to project that using P&G products is what mothers do, and that any good mother clearly uses P&G products also will receive the joy of seeing their sacrifices “re-payed” through their children’s success; while that message is obviously not clearly depicted in the advertisement it’s the subtle and almost hidden message behind the commercial that companies hope will affect consumer
At the end of the story the father cannot leave the store without paying for her at the register. She proclaims that her father had finally bought something that was good. (Book read on Youtube.com) An activity that I would do with this would be dramatic play with kindergarten where they will each be given a specific amount of money to spend, all in dollars, and they can pick from the priced items on the shelf, just like grocery shopping. Some things will be priced higher than others on purpose. Students will have to decide to buy what they need or what they want.
And he is supposed to arrive today too. That’s why, I want your help on this matter.” Picking up someone without knowing his name, appearance, and even gender. In a glance, this seemed a whole lot worse than me trying to find my friend without knowing her name and face. However, if I looked at it carefully, it was not that worse. In fact, it was
What you lack is belief. If bringing down the wall would require you to fly, you must believe that you can fly. Otherwise, when the decisive moment comes, you will surely discover you have no wings.” This particular passage made me look back at the moments where I refused to do something because I thought that I do not have the certain capability to do that or this certain task. I honestly confess that Alexa’s lack of belief is similar to what I feel when I am not confident enough to show what I’ve got. Sometimes, I feel scared when thinking of someone is relying to me because of the responsibility that they put upon my shoulder, like
I felt like she was making me choose her or him. I still havent opened up to anyone the way i did with my bestfriend because i 'm not sure if they will leave when times get tough. In a way i feel like my loner child self. Wanting to make friends but uncertain of the out come. At the same time i feel as if i 'm in a fight within myself to become more.
It's our fault for ignoring responsibilities. Our race is not perfect, however it doesn't mean we are weak. We should not get freedom for not being in the right country. We all equal no matter what our background is from. We must change our self priority and listen to what is important.