Of Mice And Men Lennie's Dreams

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Rahemjot Singh Ms. Hansen English 9, Period 6 09 March 2016 Of Mice and Men Without dreams and goals, life is like a mouse simple and easy. George and Lennie’s dream is to own a farm of their own. For George, this dream of having their own place means independence, security, being their own boss, and, most importantly, being "somebody." George is taking care of Lennie and the dream of the farm. The main obstacles that holds George back is helping Lennie 's trying to control his strength. Lennie 's desire to pet soft things comes from his need to feel safe and secure, but he ends up hold on too tightly and loses control. Lennie is the one who had dream. George and Lennie’s friendship has such an impact is that one senses that the friends…show more content…
The issue of loyalty is in the character George. He stay beside his friend Lennie. George does not get a steady job to fulfill his goal of having his own farm. The first job Lennie ruins everything that is going good for them. Lennie sees a girl wearing a dress and without thinking he grabs the dress to feel the soft fabric. That scares the girl and she tells the boss. Then the people of Weed are after Lennie. This could be the perfect time for George to start a new life, without Lennie. However, because of his loyalty to Lennie, he chooses to help Lennie escape from the town of Weed. Lennie needs the help of George to survive. George has to make the sacrifice that he does. After that Lennie kills Curley’s wife, George knows that he can not do anything for Lennie now. Someone will eventually kill Lennie. He truly loves Lennie, so he shoots Lennie painlessly in the back of the head. Lennie last moments were happy. He protects him, he guides him, and ultimately saves him from misery in the name of loyalty for a friend. At the end George gives the best gift to Lennie he can, the gift of peace. Sikhs are loyal to all different times of regional, race, color and caste. Sikhs have temples around the word. That welcome anyone and provide free food. The Sikhs helped the all of the different races in Kashmir when people houses flood and they had nothing to eat. The Sikhs helped provide food, transportation, and a shelter. Sikhs give one-tenth of their earning to the people in
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