On the next game, my coach put his trust in me one more time by starting me in the line up. I gave my all and tried my hardest on the field. I ran everywhere like a gazelle, put in so much effort, and tried to help my teammates as much as I could. Even though i still made some mistakes on the game, my coach yelled at me, not because he hates me but he just wanted to motivated me to do better. I did great on that game, sadly I couldn’t get a goal for myself, but my teammates and coach kind words made me happy.
His two most memorable confrontations were with Stilson and Bonzo, in both situations Ender had no choice but to engage and protect himself, this leading to the death of Stilson and Bonzo at the hands of Ender. Keeping this trait in both the film and novel was crucial to the interpretation of Ender’s personality. Additionally, Ender’s relationships are portrayed the same, his fear of Peter, how he adores Valentine, and even his friends at battle school, along with gaining the trust of his squad. Including this in both platforms keeps the consistency of the character, making it easier to relate get to know Ender for who he
I am also very grateful that I have good friends that I can confide in and talk to about anything. My friends always know how to make me feel happy and grateful for the littlest things. My friends also teach me that I should notice the small things in life. I am very grateful that I have friends and a family who challenge me to be a better person and live a better life. I believe what makes a life worth living is learning from mistakes, learning about life, and growing as a person, and my family and friends teach and challenge me with this
I constantly demonstrate the FBI’s core values such as compassion, fairness, leadership and respect in a day to day basis. I show compassion because I put other people’s needs before mine. Whenever I see someone upset I try to help them in anyway possible because I have empathy and it naturally comes to me to help them out. When I was younger and my mom would look upset, but she wouldn't tell me why, I still felt upset for her because it would hurt to see her angry. Whenever my friends are in trouble, I am usually the first to try to find out how I can help and tell them that I am there to lean on if they need me.
However, once I went into training I was force to show respect to my superiors. If I displayed rude or disrespectful behavior I was punished. Before the Army, I thought my parents were jerks. Now, I know better; I show them respect and do whatever they ask of me. My family took care of me which made it easy to take it for granted.
You see, this fear woke me up to responsibility not many teenagers face these days. My fear drove me to become excellent at the task I am paid for. It has made me a better lifeguard because I knew failing in this setting was not tolerable, but it has also made me a better person. I take the approach I use for my job to school and sports and have seen great results. As the doubt in myself drifts away it is replaced by a humble confidence that is recognizable in all that I do.
Love and empathy has a great impact on Ender’s fear. “Maybe humanity needs me to find out what you are good for. We might both do despicable things, Ender, but if humankind survives then we were good tools,” Graff says (Scott Card, 35). Graff uses emotion to make Ender more empathetic toward humanity and their future, especially Valentine’s future, the one Ender adores, so that he will jeopardize his life for the sake of everyone he loves on earth. Graff gives a rise to Ender’s fear about his family so that he will get encouraged to save them all from the buggers, which is true.
At first I was shy, but everyone was so friendly I found it easier and easier to spend some time and simply talk to people. One boy I met even called me his brother, which really impacted how I was starting to feel around people. By the end of the trip, I was eager to meet new people and just talk to them about anything. I learned a lot about myself and the trip made me realize I really enjoyed socializing and could overcome my awkwardness if I kept putting myself out there.
Atticus Finch - A Role Model for All In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch is a role model for his two children and his ethics are respected by the people of Maycomb, showing he teaches valuable lessons to others. Atticus is a strong role model for his children which is important, because your childhood often impacts the rest of your life, for example if you are brought up with strong beliefs and customs, they will most likely have an influence in your later years. Atticus protects his children in light of all the things that are going on in Maycomb county such as the trial, and racism. Atticus allows his kids see both sides of the story in most situations. Throughout the novel To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus is a role model for his children Scout and Jem.
Even if you don’t agree with it you have the patience and willpower to move on. There are accidents and other life experiences that people cannot control. Even with my life experiences, I have learned from the adversities and they have helped me mature into the person I am today. Through all the freak accidents and life-changing moments, my family has always been there for me. I am grateful that my family has been there for me through my adversities to help and support me.
People display this resilience through engagement in a meaningful activity and believe that “I am competent.” An emotional intelligent characteristic that Coach Knight displayed was motivation. His motivation and “will to win” attitude was always present. For example, he illustrated this attitude through a winner-take-all drill. Furthermore, he would motivate others through push-ups, wind sprints, and insulting verbal barbs. While some observers thought he was too harsh, Coach Knight was able to get his players to listen and win through these