Dade was very excited to catch the woman, he planned and waited for weeks to catch the woman Dade only stayed in the store just to see if the woman would come in. When Dade eventually caught the woman, he was quite surprised and ecstatic, during the long awaited walk to the stockroom he saw his mother crying behind the register, and his father told him that he would be there soon. “I felt good and strong” (Canin, 16). When Dade and the woman finally arrive to the stockroom he looked around and saw the sign that read “DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE DONE?”(Canin, 16), but didn’t know what to say to her. Then all of a sudden Daded asks the question “Do you want to go out the back”(Canin, 16).
Although this does not sound like Ponyboy, you can never be too sure. Along with him being able to stay and learning how to protect himself there is one final reason for him to stay. Some people feel that Darry and Soda can take care of him better than a foster home. While this may be true he may not get enough attention from his brothers. Although some do believe that he does not receive enough attention, most people believe that he does.
Our Founding Fathers were merely men, but they utilized their strengths and conquered their weaknesses to propel themselves into godlike statuses that molded each and every one of them into prominent historical figures. Katori Hall explained this perfectly when she said “We expect our leaders to be godlike. But I feel that when people try to sanctify leadership it puts it out of the realm of regular people. And that’s where the greatest leaders come from – from the people.” Our Founding Fathers harnessed their personal strengths and weaknesses, but this alone wasn’t enough to help them to succeed. They exploited the assistance of anonymous individuals to aid them in acquiring these statuses and their success.
As soon as the people started walking out of the courtroom, we all embraced Darry in a big hug. I knew then how it must have been for Darry when he lost me. After we were all reunited, we headed home without a fear in our minds. I guess we were just glad that we were back together, because I knew that there would be troubles along the way, but for now everything was golden. The next couple of days went really fast.
I am nothing like that. I was fortunate enough to have parents who instilled values from an early age, such as respect, compassion, and honesty. My parents always told me, that I should always respect myself and everyone else. Equally important, my father always emphasized the importance of honesty, acknowledging how being truthful is always worth it. As far as social economic status I would consider my family being a middle class family.
For an example, you have to be responsible for using driving. When he lived with Soda and Darry, they would leave him at home by himself while they went out to do bad things. He would learn to be more responsible, have more maturity and be trustworthy. Thirdly, he would be a different person. While he is with Darry and Soda, his self-esteem and other things are not like ours.
Our lives have changed; Doodle changed me. That weekend i went downstairs to see what my dad was putting together, I haven't seen him since doodle died i was getting worried. “Hey dad,” i said in a soft voice. “Hey bud, are you
In Pakistani culture no one can be truly independent as the family bond with the family leads anything related to the self. It is as that every family member has their own set of responsibilities towards the family that they must fulfill. The simple and basic idea of moving out of the parent’s house is consider disrespectful and very profane in Pakistani culture however in Canadian culture it is much common and sanctioned of moving out of the parent’s house after a certain age. 2. The lifestyle of regular Pakistani people is different from the Canadians.
When My mom decided to move to USA from Pakistan because my dad business was here. I was really sad I didn't want to leave my country because all my friends was there and I was also scared that I would not be able to adjust and adapt to American culture. When I first came here everything felt so different the food, the language, the way people dressed, etc. So when I started going to school here and it was my first day I felt like I did not belong here because I could not speak the language and I thought I would never be able to learn English. So when I came back home from school, I told my mom I really wanted to go back to Pakistan because I feel like I did not belong here.
After she moved to Georgia we couldn’t call her or anything because my aunt said we couldn’t and we really couldn’t see her. Another 2 years went by and she finally start letting us go to Georgia only in the summers. We would tell our mom how much we really wanted to be with her and how our aunt was treating us. She would always tell us that she’s trying to get us back but my aunt keeps lying to her about coming back down to Florida But every time she tried my aunt would tell her that she called the courts to reopen the case, but she would lie to my mom. We all cried when it was time for us to come back to Florida because we knew that our aunt was going to do us wrong.