“ by perseverance and fortitude we have the prospect of a glorious issue” (Paine, paragraph 13). If they go out there and fight they will have a chance of winning their freedom rather than just letting the British rule over them. Many colonists would have thought that fighting for their liberty would have been supported by their god so they wouldn't feel guilty for going through with the act. Using pathos influenced the colonists because if you use common beliefs and morals, it tells the public you will be on their side and you know how to win this
Even in places like Auschwitz and Birkenau, the burning Twin Towers, places with where there is so much destruction and disaster, there is always hope within them. Religion can rally individuals and masses, so hardship can
The US took steps leading up to Japanese relocation. First, they issued a curfew on Japanese citizens that they needed to be home between 8p.m. and 6a.m. The US was justified in doing this, because they could not take any risks when being at war. In the end the US did award the Japanese people effected with some compensation for going against their
Paine believes we need peace in our future. “We’ll give me peace in my day.” Not a man lives on Earth that believes separation must take place, the generous parents state “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.” (Pg: 252 lines 35-36). Paine believes, “If they go to war now his children and grandchildren will have peace in the future.”
“Shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly, as God would have you; not for shameful gain, but eagerly” (1 Peter 5:2, English Standard Version). Seeing law enforcement as a vocation, Officer Norman understands that his pledge to protect and serve is a covenant between him and his community. “Public trust in law enforcement to perform their responsibilities in accordance with their oath is essential to effective crime control and community policing” (Doherty, 2016). Through his words and actions, Officer Norman has created a counter narrative to the “us vs. them” police mentality many in the United States belief is the case. As a Christian and police officer, Officer Norman is an example of how to successfully integrate one’s faith into a secular profession.
The United States felt as if you were any sort of Japanese descent then you should be held in the camps for safety reasons. Shortly after being bombed, President Roosevelt put out an executive order for any person with Japanese ancestry to report to civilian assembly centers which was later known as the Internment camps. On a short notice, many were forced to close their businesses, abandon their farms and homes, and move into internment camps. Some of them were sent to Japan, and others were moved eastward to other parts of the United States outside of the exclusion zones. A number even enlisted with the United States Army.
Also, Wiesel talks about if we do not help that we will hear their pain; "now we feel their pain, their agony?" (Wiesel, Perils). The consequences of not doing anything to help people from suffering becomes a big tragedy, just like the
People can best respond to conflict by passively resisting because they wanted to keep their family and friends safe, maintain hope to ensure survival, and they had little or no access to weapons, no ability to move about freely, and most of the people were not interested in resisting the Nazi power.
Do not speak to anyone about it, especially not to people who are not registered. Don’t pass information on to your friends or your family. Don’t post information on the Internet.” (Poznanski, p. 40) The reasoning for this isolation is to avoid suspicion, especially from outsiders who may not approve of the games illegal intentions.
Neither do I condemn you; go, and from now on sin no more" (John 8: 11b), so in highly ambiguous perpetrator/victim situations, we must love them through friendship in order to address their and our wrongdoings, in order to live out and obey Jesus 's
Throughout this Song it seems as though they are reaching others not to only be saved but to join the union. In joining the union, God will work miracles. The song states “I love to see a God’s work go on”. This song can be perceived as propaganda for the union and also to push the significance of joining the union. Although Christ has brought them liberty by dying for their sins, he was not done and has a lot more in store for them.
Loyalty is important, but more so for fans than the players themselves. It’s more important for players to chase championships, even if it means going to a better team. Durant is still young (27 years old) and far from retirement. He shouldn’t be blamed for improving his chances to win a
When having strong morals, such as Carnegie did, they push us further than we thought we could go. In the autobiography Carnegie speaks about where he started working and how he continued to move up, take chances, fail, succeed, and fail again. I can now see how if something didn’t work for me, I would not always continue to try it until I could do it. As I grew up I observed myself beginning to change, and if I was not the best at it I would work harder at it. Looking at life now, I can still do better and I can tell that I have not done the best I can at all things in my
Officials had previously said neither Farook and Malik were known to the FBI or on a list of potentially radicalized people. Nor had they had any known interactions with police until Wednesday. Yet Farook himself had talked by phone and on social media with more than one person being investigated for terrorism, law enforcement officials said. The communications were "soft connections" in that they weren 't frequent, one law enforcement official said.