His fear of losing his reputation led him to destroying his confession documents, which condemned him to his death. Finally, Proctor did not deserve to die. He felt guilt and remorse, a sure sign that he was an honest man, and honest men do not deserve to die. In conclusion, Arthur Miller’s John Proctor is a hero. Proctor trying to explain to that the witch hunts are led by a lovesick girl to an unforgiving crowd exuberates his characteristics as a hero.
As a disciple of God and a follower, I am called to love all nations, in spite of their gender orientation, faith, or their way of life. Global citizenship requires consciousness that relies on mutual assistance, support, cooperation, interaction among humans and organizations, and a feeling of accountability which results after it. God loves all people and provides a guiding principle for livelihood in the Bible. He is my model and as I am called and chosen to love and obey his commandments. Global citizenship to me involves the establishment of leading values that will influence people morally and give way to reasonable
Throughout the play Macbeth, the relationship between Lady Macbeth and her spouse in not constant. Whereas Lady Macbeth is seen as more dominant in the beginning of the play, their roles are reversed after a murder. Due to the Macbeth’s desire for power within society, their marriage dynamic changes drastically. Although Lady Macbeth started as a power-hungry planner, she watches in dismay as her husband begins to kill multiple people whom he imagines diminish his power. Before the first prophecy Macbeth was a faithful soldier, but very passive.
Knowing that Lennie would get a painful and merciless death for killing a woman, George makes the decision to kill his best friend by a shot in the head, a quick and merciful death. When George kills Lennie, he does it to spare him from the suffering he would have endured if Curley / the other villagers had gotten to him first. Moreover, he also did it for not living with the regret that someone else had killed his friend in such a way that he had been in a lot of pain in his final minutes. In addition, George probably felt like he would not lose his mental dignity and pride by killing Lennie, his best friend,
Wert thou as young as I, Juliet thy love / An hour but married, Tybalt murderèd / Doting like me, and like me banishèd / Then mightst thou speak, then mightst thou tear thy hair. And fall upon the ground, as I do now / Taking the measure of an unmade grave.” (lll, lll, 67-74) Unable to articulate the passion he feels, the exiled lover exclaims the chaos he’s had to suffer. He views the grave as a real option to end his life and to end this anguish. Despondent over a lost love, the forlorned new husband seeks solace in
This poem relates thematically to “The Parable of the Talents” because they both speak of using our given talent to their fullest potential to serve God. An important theme in both pieces is servitude and they have a relatively similar concept of serving God. For instance, in the poem “When I consider / On His Blindness” servitude is best shown in lines, “To serve therewith my Maker, and present my true account, lest he returning chide.”
that 's fulsome.” Everything that Iago kept telling him kept building up anger in him until one day he had enough. He told Desdemona that she should confess her sins before he killed her and she said’ never did Offend you in my life; never loved Cassio’ however, he still didn 't believe her. She then says ‘But while i say one prayer!’ Othello responded ‘It’s too late’ and then he suffocates her. Without guilt Desdemona was killed by Othello’s blindness in falling for Iago’s trap. This would’ve ended up differently if only Othello had just talked things out with
In this, it is expected that all individuals, especially the most power who can take advantage of vulnerabilities, to practice love and justice. In the wisdom book of Proverbs, equality of humans is made clear in chapters 13 and 22. Lastly, in the book of Ecclesiastes, the benefits of honest work are highlighted. God dislikes oppression and exploitation and calls all to bask in the joys and glories of life so that life can be enjoyed to the fullest, but not at the disadvantage of others (Ecc. 5:18).
The grandson was playing and building a wooden dish for his parents to eat out of when they grow up. “The young peasant and his wife looked at each other, and tears filled their eyes. They were ashamed because they had treated the old grandfather so meanly, and from that day they again let the old man eat with them at the table and took better care of him” (Tolstoy, 18-21). The grandfather is elderly and sick and the parents were changed by the kid who showed he loved his grandfather by showing the parent the way that they treated the grandfather. The theme is show your love to someone and the message expressed by that is to treat others the way you want to be
Othello sends Desdemona back to her chambers to pray for forgiveness because he is going to deal with her cheating. Othello has decided that the only way to solve the problems of his marriage is to kill his wife. However, he doesn’t want the guilt of her blood on his hands so he tells her to ask God to let her into Heaven. Desdemona doesn’t argue with him and she realizes what is going on with Othello, yet she still loves him unconditionally. This turning point shapes Desdemona’s sacrifice from unintentional to purposeful.
God refers to himself as The Comforter, The Father of compassion, and the God of all comfort, He seeks to alleviate suffering. Sometimes God delivers us from suffering. God tells us that we will suffer and that suffering can strengthen us. God comforts us so that we can comfort others (Isaiah 49:13; 2 Corinthians 1:3-10). God advocates for the downtrodden, the oppressed, orphans, and widows (Psalms 82: 3 & 4).