Oedipus’ crime is quite simply his attempt to escape his own fate. While others may argue that Oedipus’ crimes were murder and incest, this cannot be the case because although these are despicable actions, the blame for these cannot be placed on Oedipus as this was his fate, which he cannot dictate. In addition, if the crime had been incest, Oedipus’ mother and wife Jocasta would have been punished akin to Oedipus. Instead it is Oedipus’ attempt to escape his fate that serve as his crime because if he had not attempted this his fate could have been delayed. This places a degree of responsibility upon Oedipus for bringing his fate to fruition so soon and as such he becomes culpable for the crimes entailed within his fate.
What they did in their life doesn’t mean im going to do the same thing they did when they were my age , they are acting like im going to be a young parent at the age of 16 or 17 years of age . im a lot smarter about what to do when things like that is about to happen because that happened to me before like i been pregnant at 16 but i had to get an abortion because the father of my baby wasn’t going to be part of my baby’s life because he is in a group home and he is in and out of jail all the time and i dont know how he is going to react when the baby arrives
Easy does not trust many people because they have let him down so many times for an example Easy close friend was trying to set him up behind his back and from that day on Easy never trusted anyone again because he felt even those close to you will still stab you in your back Easy was trying to help a friend out to help find his son but Easy got pulled over by the cops that’s when Easy felt that his friend was trying to get him put in jail because he knew Easy was not supposed to be diving at the time. I can relate to Easy having trust issues because I’ve been let down in the past I’ve also had those I called my friends who in the long run has shown me there are not many people that you can truly call your
His time in prison is meant to deprive him of the freedom to go where he wants anywhere in the world, and to do what he wants when he wants. This is the punishment, and most people do learn from it. In general, no one wants to go back. But if that child grows up and murders someone for their wallet or just for fun, and they are in turn put to death, they are taught precisely nothing, because they are no longer alive to learn from it. We cannot rehabilitate a person by killing him or
This is a problem because we can’t shelter them due to certain laws. What makes it worse is that this problem was only considered recently as stated by Kent Anderson, Waikiki Health's chief high-risk services officer. The cause of their homelessness can be traced back to their relationships with families and abuse which causes them to end up living on the streets. Furthermore, it is reported that they engage in sexual acts in exchange for drugs, food, and other necessities which can affect their mental health and can prevent help and aid because they learned a way to survive without any help from people or families. Despite the efforts we can take, without the topic being well known and without the consent of the teen or the guardians, there isn’t a effective way to move the youth in transitional
This condemned Johnny to a life in the streets, boot blacking. However, from the way Dick speaks to Johnny, repeatedly calling him lazy either to his face or as an aside to the reader, one would think he had chosen this life. In reality, Johnny Nolan probably was not lazy, by any means. Alger simply had a poor understanding of how homelessness and surviving in an unsafe environment affects all aspects of an individual’s life. Although the idea that Johnny could have pulled himself from poverty if he had worked harder has the potential to give the reader hope, it’s unfortunately a naïve idea at best.
He couldn’t see her so he went after people who would end up getting married and or having kids. He was also peer pressured by the other guy. You see in the movie Matthew tried to walk away with the rifle but the other guy (I don 't remember his name) stormed over to him took the rifle and shot one of the kids. I do not think that Matthew if he was not high, was not in some emotional stressing situation, and did not have the guy who bullied him into, then Matthew would have never done what he did. It depends on how Matthew requested my help.
Looking at the Property Laws, In Law 21, It states “If a man has broken through the wall [to Rob] a house, they shall put him to death and pierce him, or hang him in the hole in the wall which he made.” This law does not seem fair because the robber did not harm anybody but is still getting put to death. The owner of the house has not been harmed or affected. So why should they die? The robber does deserve a punishment for breaking the wall, but getting killed is a bit too much. In Law 23, the overall statement made is, that if the robber is not caught, the man who has been robbed can tell a god everything that got stolen and the mayor and district will replace everything he lost.
After all, the victim’s life will never be returned, and the family will permanently lose their loved one” (“7 Top Pros and Cons of Juveniles Being Tried As Adults”). When teen felons choose to act without thinking, they are putting other people’s lives at risk. They need to be charged as adults because the victims of the crimes will not be given the justice they deserve when they have to worry about that criminal harming them again. Although some people think that sending a juvenile through adult court gives them no hope, they should have given this a little thought before committing the crime. Teens need to think about the consequences and how their actions affect others before they act.