Sure, enough the man at the door said it was his daughter but she had died at the intersection where she had stopped him two years before. (Mickelson, “the vanishing hitchhiker”) Another story is a young man that he met a girl named Lavender and a dance who he thought was beautiful and offered to take her home. He thought of this as a great idea to get to know her better.
Furthermore, psychological terminology that can be found in the movie is relatedness. Relatedness is the psychological need to develop close emotional relationship and connection with other people. In the movie, we can see that Michael shows relatedness when he protects S.J. from the terrible accident. Michael and S.J. are on their way to get a new video game for the S.J. and the incident happened when Michael’s car collide with a small truck when it is about to reverse in front of them. Michael shows relatedness when he blocked S.J. using his arm to stop the airbag from fully hitting him in order to protect S.J. from the car crash.
During Maman’s funeral, Meursault presents no sadness but an indifferent attitude, which was eventually been questioned and criticized by the public due to his absurd actions. He does love his mother “the same as anyone” (67), but love her in his own way. His hidden love toward his mother presents through his subconscious actions. First of all, while Meursault noticed about Maman’s death he immediately ask for leave, and took a two-hour bus to Marengo, he said that he “wanted to see Maman right away. ”(4), which he can’t wait to see mother, his urgent mood had shown his care on Maman.
In fact at one point “Tom Buchanan broke her nose with his open hand” (37). Tom never felt any repercussions for his action because Myrtle decided to stay with him and not press charges due to her interest in his money and lifestyle. As stated in the previous paragraph, Myrtle Wilson was hit and killed by a car driven by Daisy. The reason that Myrtle ran out in front the car is because Tom drove Gatsby’s car into the city and she saw him getting gas earlier that day. If she had not seen Tom driving that car then she would have let it pass and would not have run to stop it.
He also moves on to forgive what others have done to him. The final thing that he does in this story is. He reburries his watch to show others we should remember/not forget the past. Wiesel shows through the protagonists’ forgiveness, leaving his watch, and moving on to show that it’s you should forgive but not forget what has happened to you.
These people showed “blessed are the pure in heart” towards Rudy. One of the people who believed in Rudy, was the custodian he was friends with. Rudy’s prayers had been answered, and he was accepted onto the football team. It was the last game of the season and Rudy was not on the list to play, nor any other game of that season. Rudy decided to quit and that is when the custodian stopped Rudy and gave him a pep talk about not walking away from your dreams.
That was a more public display that was stopped by an eight year old girl, before anything really occurred. There are also more private violence that people get hints at through the this book. Many of the main hints were given during Tom Robinson’s trial. “ “She says she never kissed a grown man before an’ she might as well kiss a nigger. She says that what her papa do to her don't count” ( Lee 260).
Cassie and Little man would everyday either get run off the rode and get racial slurs yelled at them as that happened and while they got splashed so they made a ditch to break down the white bus. After that Cassie was afraid that the night men were going to go after her so she said, ¨But shouldn 't we tell Mama?¨ about what they did to the bus but they did not tell her luckily the night men didn 't come for them. After that they had finally gotten to the point that she felt accomplished because the white kids had to walk now to. Cassie proved she was courageous by standing up for Little Man, helping T.J. even though he had done things to Cassie 's family, and the bus incident.
It is not long before Hannahs “legacy” begins to rub off. When Sula does start to act on her ideas, they begin to resemble her mother, “Later, when they saw how she took Jude, then ditched him for others, an heard how he bought a bus ticket to Detroit (where he bought but never mailed birthday cards to his sons), they forgot all about Hannah 's easy ways(or their own) and said she was a bitch”(112). Sula followed in her mother footsteps and did what she believed was acceptable, while the town instead of being grateful(like they were with Hannah) only grew to despise her more, her mothers teaching were the only guidelines Sula had to follow. She was unapologetic even when moments should have been awkward and a lesson to be learned, “Her chin was in her hand and she sat like a visitor from out of town waiting for the hosts to get some quarreling done and off with so the card game could continue”(106). Sula thought even Nels husband was for anyone to have, seeing her mother with men that had wives most likely made her believe no one was off limits.
In the letter the mother tells how she found her son lying to her in many occasions, but didn 't put too much worries to it at first. Her neighbour had seen two boys harm the narrators cat so much that it died. The neighbour suspected that it was the narrators ́ son, but he denied it. When he started to work, her mother asked him how much he had earned and he told her that he had earned eighty dollars, but when she was doing his washing she had found only 28 dollars from his
Why? I would tell the store owner to go back to his vehicle and remain in the vehicle. I would ask the police officer who pulled him over what do you want to do? If he said he wanted to write him a ticket, I would not intervene at all. If he stated that he would write him a warning ticket, I would go with that as well.
But Terence was able to walk back to his vehicle. And once he reached his car, he put down one of his hands, which gave off the illusion to the officers that he was reaching for something. At this moment one of the officers tased him, and officer Betty shot him. I do believe that shooting him was overreacting a bit, due to the fact that Terence was walking back to his vehicle calmly with no sudden movements. Tasing Terence was the right thing to do when he had gotten back to his vehicle, and when it looked like he was reaching in it.
Adnan says it was just a normal day to him. During one of his interviews, Adnan talks about it was normal for him to leave school to do something and then come back and go to track practice ( Koenig, “The Breakup”). If your ex-girlfriend went missing you would think that you would remember what had happened that day, but that 's not the case with Adnan. Adnan has at least some idea of what he did but he isn’t 100% sure that 's what he did, which in a way makes him look guilty because he doesn’t remember what happened that day. I understand from listening to Jay’s story that he has changed what he had said many times and some of what he had changed is a big deal.
For example, an adult who was abused as a child would want to forget about it and repress it. That would be a negative memory. As for positive, if a man who has grown up a normal person and have had a decent life, he would be satisfied. However, what if his family all dies in car accident? He decides repress by all good and bad memories because he simply does not want to remember any of it because it will bring him emotional pain.
After all, one should look at it like this, one would not pull out and check their phone when they are taking their road test or when they have been stopped by a police officer for driving recklessly, So why should they do so when they are driving in the real world with