Salva and Jiya both helped themselves and others by thinking about everyone. The books teach about others and loved ones. Both books show how Jiya and Salva help themselves while thinking about others. They both know that staying their loved ones will help them in the future, that is why they did not turn their back on their family.
Then all is forgotten and there is only one focus in life and that is returning home to his loved ones. “A moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory,” said Pete Zamperini. Pete taught Louie that getting through the pain leads to success. Even though the war followed him home and he became a different person, Louie’s success came through his survival. I would give this book 4.5 stars because it was very emotional and kept the reader wanting more.
Stacey By:Alanah Bible Courage is when you are brave and do what you think is right no matter what others think or say. In the novel, Roll of Thunder Hear my Cry by Mildred Taylor she uses Stacey Logan. He is a very brave boy who has come up with smart plans so he can stand up for what he believes in and his family. Even though Stacey faced many struggles the main ones were when he came up with the idea to break down the bus, he walked T.J home even though T.J. had been a terrible friend to the Logans, and Stacey stayed and watched what happen when the Wallaces went to the Averys to make sure nothing bad happened to him. Stacey 's actions proved that he was a very brave and smart boy, who loved his family and that he was willing to fight for the land and do whatever he could to help save it even willing to take consequences for it.
Fincher makes use of hopeful non-diegetic music during Benjamin’s travels to reinforce how he does not dwell in memory of Daisy and Caroline, as he had made peace with his decision to leave them. It took a significant amount of emotional courage for Benjamin to admit that he would have been a burden on them had he stayed and for him to continue enjoying his life after leaving. Nonetheless, the emotional courage he gains from all his previous life experiences prepare him for those and all other situations he come to face in the
Finally, Granger pulls Montag out of his rebirth and into his new life were he encourages Montag to persevere through his hard times. Clarisse, a not normal girl in this society, talks to Montag for only a minute, but Montag’s takeaway from the conversation stayed with him for life. Happiness is
Both Coelho and Campbell’s books along with Thoreau’s quote exhibit the possibility of having the confidence to take control of fate and make it equivalent to one’s dreams. Friends, acquaintances, and even strangers arise to aid one in gaining confidence along the journey to fulfillment. Santiago, the main character from The Alchemist, heavy-heartedly explains to Fatima that he must go into the desert in order to follow his personal legend. She responds, “Before this, I always looked to the desert with longing … Now it will be with hope” (Coelho 126).
Louie, throughout many different points in his story, developed new skills to aid him in his endeavors. Whether stealing food from others or learning how to run like a champ, he used his skills thoughtfully. At the beginning he was a very skillful thief who would most likely get away before someone could catch him. Hillenbrand wrote, “ a local family left him off their dinner-party guest list,
Jamal comments on how Bibi can scoop water for a very long period of time and how it shows her determination, but when the author wrote this it shows BIbi’s character but it also reflects on Jamal and how this characteristic is seen in both bakers and desert warriors, “They don 't understand how she can do it. I know how. Her father 's a baker.” (p 148) Throughout this book Jamal has shown many characteristics of a desert warrior, although sometimes he doubts himself he truly knows that he really is a desert warrior, bold, fierce, brave, and determined.
Anyone feels terrible in that situation, especially with no one to help. He also takes on a grocery delivery job, learning to read, babysitting, becoming an artist, being in a play, and returning missing pages to an Audubon book of birds. Over the course of Okay for Now by Gary D. Schmidt, Doug luckily meets a few adults who assist him with the struggles he faces. With Mrs. Windermere, Coach Reed, and Mr. Powell to guide him, Doug will navigate his new life in Marysville
In Nya’s timeline Salva is an adult, who has escaped the rebellion that continued to rampage through his country. He had been proactive in the situation, and instead of deciding to never return to Sudan, he helps those who need it. Nya has been walking every day to collect water, an ordeal that takes up to eight hours. This has affected her ability to obtain an education, and if the cycle had continued, would further affect her sisters. Salva had started a movement to bring well water to many villages.
A Long Walk to Water is based on a true story written by Linda Sue Park. The novel is focused on two young children named Nya and Salva. Salva is a “Lost Boy” who escaped a war from his village in Loun-Arik and all southern Sudan searching for a new home and get to see his family again. Along with fighting for his life. But what made his survival possible?
In both books Bound by Donna Jo Napoli and A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park the main characters Salva and Xing Xing have doubts about father figures in their lives. In Salva’s circumstance, his Uncle, halfway through their journey, tells Salva that he will not stay with him. Salva realizes he will no longer have any biological family with him anymore. He feels betrayed and is lonely for a while after his Uncle’s decision. Shortly thereafter, Uncle is brutally shot and murdered leaving him is alone again.