He gradually builds ethos through a logically constructed structure and address the concern of every patriots and everyone who loves freedom. In this speech, Kennedy successfully established the legacy of unifying people around the world to fight for liberty. His inaugural speech no doubt reflects Kennedy administration’s future foreign policies. The positive actions for liberty that Kennedy encourages citizens to do also foreshadows tensions in Cuba and Vietnam later on. Regardless the ideology behind it, this speech is still an eloquent
Sugar worked hard for his spot and even tried to fight when he was 18. Sugar wanted to show everyone that he was boss and he was. He believed in himself that he could be the greatest and beat all the other fighters. He won because he believed, practiced and knew he could and the fight would be a good one with him winning. Sugar Ray Robinson was born May 3rd 1921.
Winston Churchill was born in Oxford on November 30, 1874. Since he was a young man, his ultimate goal was to succeed in life. He eventually made his way into politics and became one of the most successful wartime leaders in history. Winston Churchill portrayed a number of traits and characteristics of a team manager, transformational leader, and an adaptive leader. As a team manager, he was always visible during the war and took care of his troops.
It is part of life to want to succeed and have dreams be fulfilled. Many people gain fulfillment through hard work and persistence. This is how Macbeth was at the beginning of the story. He was a brave warrior who was known and even honored by the king. Unfortunately, Macbeth’s ambition takes control and he decides that he wants more power no matter what it takes to get
Donna Kay March 13th 2015 Gaunce Hour 7 Honors English Traits of Odysseus Most people think of a hero as someone who is a strong, and brave human being. Heroes usually have super-powers that help them to to achieve their mission. Some things that heroes do is get help from other sources, or leave on a journey where they have to prove themselves to be worthy of honor and praise. Odysseus faces many drawbacks and complicating situations but he rises over them all to reach his final goal of returning home to his family and son in Ithaca. Odysseus is a hero because he had help from Athena, a fatal flaw in his character, and he also overcame complications throughout his journey and ended up proving himself to be valiant.
Obama strikes the audience’s attention as well as emotion by grasping this concept through his use of pathos. With his understanding of knowledge on the history of America, Obama knows the hardships and struggles that Americans faced to achieve the American Dream. America is the place people live out their dreams and have the freedom to do what they want. A place people have life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and Obama recognizes this. “…to carry forward that precious gift, that noble idea passed on from generation to generation: the God-given promise that all are equal, all are free, and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness.” Obama recognizes these liberties and achievements that Americans hold so dearly—so close to their
SleaZzzin’ Dreamin’ American Dream: The ideal that every US citizen should have an equal opportunity to achieve success and prosperity through hard work, determination, and initiative. Changing through each period of time, the American dream always obtains the word success. One may argue that the American dream is all about success, money, and prosperity, but is there more to life that could bring one happiness? The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald portrays the American dream by its authenticity, the reality of the dream, and the overpowering demand for success. The fictional character, Jay Gatsby, discovers more than what the eyes see within the American dream.
He convinced Joshua that he needed to push just a little harder in order to win and get his tank. He made everything a game and assured Joshua that they were in the lead just so his son wouldn’t lose hope. He knew that losing hope meant an almost certain death. Both examples show us that
By the end of this epic, Odysseus has learned to temper his pride with patience in others. This leads him to make all the right decisions in the end and everything turns out great for Odysseus and his family. His long journey home has shown the readers that he is very cunning, determined, and a strong leader. He has become a better king and a better husband than he could have ever been without his struggle
Both of my parents, especially my father always expressed to me the importance my education, for my future. He always told me to never depend on anyone, to work hard for myself and with a diploma I could achieve lots of success. I have always admired my dad and could say he is my biggest super hero. My father is the best example in my life, and he has proven to me that anything is possible when you want to accomplish great success, with hard work and determination. I really look up to my dad because with his intelligence and