Princess Diana “ One of the things our mother taught William and I was the value of doing good when no one is watching”. Prince Henry said this in an Interview in 2014, talking about his mother. Who is this you may ask? Princess Diana Queen of Whales, not only a queen but also a mother and a good friend, who made her audience adore her. It has been decades since her death yet her legacy only continues to grow.
The film ‘Moana’ is an animated film that is based in Polynesia. The story revolves around a heroine, Moana who is the chief 's daughter. She sets on a quest to explore the world beyond the island where she lives. In the process, she ends up saving her own people. Her father makes a decision that because of her heroic act, she must remain on the island so that she can later take over as the leader.
Anne weakly addresses how death will affect her love for her husband by saying that while “we live, in love let’s so persever/ That when we live no more we may live ever.” Her intentions were to spend the rest of her life loving her husband since it was limited by death. Their love was going to be their legacy as she indicated through the phrase, “we may live ever.” Elizabeth’s view of her love for Robert completely demolishes Anne’s as she says that “if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death.” Elizabeth creates a sense of sanctity through her words as they strike the heart directly. These words were chosen by her to completely end her poem and finish illustrating the extent of her love for Robert. Speaking about the concept of afterlife and heaven, Elizabeth asserts that when she eventually passes, she will continue to love him in the after life. Moreover, this phrase can also be defined as showing that no matter what happens, even death, her love for Robert will never be destroyed and will remain
This text brought out a protective nature in me as I desperately want to give advice to settle the heart and mind of this character. The line, “That slowly I’d become someone, my heart no longer knew” makes me imagine a person so small and fragile. I wanted to pose as the older sister that could protect the innocence and pure heart of this character. I felt so disheartened reading the first part of the poem because it made me think of alike individuals that are fearful of letting go of things that are making them miserable. I found this text ‘Holding on and letting go’ a life-changing, inspirational poem.
As a results she can leave the world peacefully knowing that in the end she succeeded in freeing herself of any help. Hagar bravely survived her last moments with her heart and the reward of, satisfaction Hagar Shipley can be considered a tragic hero because through her struggles she managed to retain her spirit and free will which she exhibited throughout the novel. Hagar Shipley, tells the story of her life and in doing so tries to come to terms with how the very qualities which sustained her have deprived her of joy. Mingling past and present, she maintain pride in the face of senility, white recalling the life she led as a grieving mother. Lawrence gives us in Hagar a woman who is funny, infuriating, and heartbreakingly
However, she realized she moved somewhere far away, but Martha knew a solution to the problem. She grabbed the bottle of ocean water, and used her finger to write Olive on the porch. The name dried up, in the sunlight as Martha gazed into the sky. She learned how to cope with the situation, and after she left the house, she realized she could not think about Olive Barstow anymore. This shows she did something beautiful, in order to remember Olive, and so she could fulfill her dream, to be with the ocean.
This proves that Mama wanted the best for her family. She wanted the best for her children just like her deceased husband did. Mama hoped that she could give her family the life they deserved. With hope and determination, Mama fulfilled her family’s
Strewing honey does not have anything coming out of it just like work without hope. Rukmani believed that the hardships she was going through could be dealt with by working hard. While land was her only hope, Rukmani worked with hope in order for her and her husband to go back to the place that built up all of the hope inside of her. "We are all in God’s hands, and He is merciful," (Markandaya, 50). She believed that god is merciful, life is good and patience is the key.
The film made me think about how grateful I should be that my parent are like Moana and how they want the best for me. The work changed my view of the world and myself because it is dangerous in the world and I should dream big like Moana. Also the filmmaker was trying to give the idea that a person can conquer anything that society throws at them. In addition, that you should always strive to be different. Some symbols in the movie are Maui’s tattoos, his tattoos represent everything he has did in his life.
She and I are extremely close and she encourages me to be the best person I can be. My grandmother is a true example of patience for me and she inspires me to be like her. Although my grandmother implanted in me the importance of patience, my siblings helped me exercise it.