Jo primarily craves independence for herself throughout the story 's progression and its something that she pursues as she grows older. When she 's younger, she hasn 't been able to leave the comforts of her own home much, and the limitations set forth by society deeply disrupt her plans to grow and step out on her own in
Up to this day, Betty still feels awful about some of the difficulties and stress that Estelle had to go through. "You would be forgiven to think that she would not be able to take a single step on stage. Despite all these challenges that she faced, she went ahead to be one of the reasons why this show is successful especially with the young generation. They find her character quite intriguing." It may be over 25 years since the show went on air but the three other actresses will forever hold a special place in Betty's heart.
Being a middle child, I have too often stood in the shadows of my naturally smart and talented older sister. It seemed that no matter what I did or how hard I worked, I would never be as good as her. It took a while to realize that I am my own person. There were things that I was good at that she wasn’t
Interviewing LaShonda Young was an eye opening experience. I’ve learned many things from this interview with LaShonda. I’ve learned that life maybe hard and throw you many obstacles you just have to get over them. One of LaShonda’s favorite motivational quotes is “Life is hard but its fair.” I interpret this quote as no one should stop life from accomplishing his or her dream. You would never know the struggles people go through to become successful.
She manages to deal with sexual, emotional, and physical abuse, the loss of her babies, the loss of Nettie, Also she had a life filled with struggles, prejudice, and poverty. Celie was also denied an education being as though she is the oldest and she has to tend to the home responsibilities. Even though she was denied that opportunity she did not let that hinder her willingness to learn. For someone who had to face all of those challenges, she still maintained faith. Celie still remained a caring and gentle soul who finds it easy to love.
-Ellie became braver when she blew up the lawnmower. -Overall throughout the story Ellie develops into a confident, brave and courageous girl although it was at times difficult for her to get used to how things were happening and how things would have to be whilst the war was happening but she learnt that she had to accept that. Ellie became a natural leader although at the start she thought she wouldn't have it in her to be so brave and to become a leader. Part 3 In the beginning of the novel Ellie is very innocent and adventurous, rural teenager, she is loyal to her friends and her family. Throughout the story Ellie developed into a very courageous and brave leader.
“Remember Raquel” is told through the past and present thoughts of Raquel and those who knew her. Regret is the major emotion that drives everyone on what they should have said and done. Their deeper emotions and feelings are revealed throughout the story, as well as their outlook on life and other people. Even though Raquel may be dead, she goes from unknown to popular and a model for those who she was around. Not only that, “Remembering Raquel” proves that you won’t realize that you miss or need someone until they are gone forever.
She could be free of the pain and continue her development as a woman through courage. Tea Cake may have been her final stage in the novel, but he sure wouldn’t be her last. He taught her what love and devotion was. And even though Janie had to be hurt by different personalities and individuals to find her identity, she overcame the curveballs thrown at her. Janie led herself to the most important accomplishment in her life, which was finding the strength, courage, and love within herself, in order to obtain her freedom and independent development as a woman.
Although her journey has been tough, I never thought I would see her make the strides she has today. With the support of everyone around her, she is staying strong. Her story has shown me that I need to follow my dreams, not chase them. I have grown to be a fearless leader, hard working scholar and loving daughter from the strides and sacrifices my mother has made for me. Nothing is granted, I know that I have to work hard for my goals and never take anything for granted.
Throughout my childhood, my parents taught me values of empathy, resilience and optimism in the face of adversity. These characteristics allowed me to become the tenacious individual that I am today. Being the inquisitive individual I am, I always wondered about my family’s heritage; the journey of how we established ourselves in this country. Yet I never imagined how much of a nightmare it was immigrating to the United States until my mother told the story. My mother immigrated to the United States facing a harrowing journey, one that placed her at the mercy of the environment and the intersection of many harsh opinions.
She always saw the good in whatever situation and turned it around. While Jeannette took the time to question almost anything, she also took the time to understand the beauty of everything. This quite perfectly foreshadows the ending to her book. Throughout The Glass Castle Jeannette is facing a battle of creating a pleasant outcomes for each and every tribulation she faces, trudging through the miserable times, but she always wonders what the point of that is if she is just going to end up disappointed again. However, while Jeannette is having this conversation with her mother, she is reminded that her story is not over.
“Life’s too short to care about what other people think” (Jeannette Walls). It is good to not care what other people think, so stay true in life and live it to the fullest. The book, The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls, is a memoir that tells the story of Jeannette’s difficult family and her poor living conditions, that cause life to be difficult for her. She struggles to move past all the hardships in life and she learns how to overcome the majority of them, so she can develop into her own person. Even though her family can be a little peculiar, they possess a strong bond with each other and they always seek to help one another out.
In an article an author wrote, “Nanny states that although she could not realize her own dreams, Janie need not suffer such restriction: ‘It wasn 't for me to fulfill my dreams.... But nothing can 't stop you from wishin '....’” (Hattenhauer). Although Janie may not realize it, her Nanny has always supported her dreams when she was young. This shows the theme because Janie has always had a vision of the life she
In my childhood I rarely took notice to the impact that Cystic Fibrosis was leaving on my life. But, by my adolescent years it became almost impossible to ignore that having CF made me unlike my peers. While having CF did have many negative impacts on my life as any life-threatening condition does, I believe that my CF molded me into a strong, independent, intelligent young woman. Compared to many of my peers I find myself to be more ambitious and dedicated to my goals. People have often told me that I am hard on myself when it comes to dreams and goals.
But when I break the motion, I can 't control them and I fall” (Crouse). Even though Kayla knows she is going to fall she still gives herself a purpose to keep doing what she wants and to keep looking into the future to get better and better. Having a purpose in life lets people not think about there bad situation and more on what they need to do to survive and have a