Instead of lying to not hurt others feelings and hide something from the other person you can just tell the truth. If someone never did anything phony they would have to be completely honest. Even if it hurts or gives pain to the other person they will have to tell the truth. However, you’ll eventually get to some point in your life where you’ll become a phony. Therefore, it is impossible to grow up without becoming a phony.
By forgiving someone, you are allow both yourself and the other person to move on and grow, as well as allowing you to look back in an unbiased way. By giving someone a second chance, you have bestowed upon them an opportunity to make up for their past mistakes,
If a fate is known, let it guide the journey, not overcome it. Free will is what makes the journey to the fate exciting. If one is valiant and able to overcome the trivial emotion of fear, their life would be very enjoyable because of their free will. Their choices put them on a path to victory. Brutus also finds this same realization, but much later in the play.
Why do I exist? Mankind exist to glorify God, to minister to those who are lost turning them back to the knowledge of the living God. Matthew 28:19, says, “Go ye therefore into all the world and teach them, baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost” (KJV). Dr. Myles Monroe (2013), said, “I would presume all mankind was made to live for a purpose.” Even Christ existed for a purpose, John 6:38, “For I have come down from heaven to do the will of God who sent me” (KJV).
Dreams are your future accomplishments that you have in store for yourself. The reasons for agreeing are that we are worried about failing, we do not want to be mediocre but won 't do what it takes to be great, and if you set your goals high you can reach the small ones on the way. In addition,
Another vital phase in the process of achieving happiness involves pushing yourself beyond your limits. Allowing your limit may be broken helps to understand yourself. Refusing to push yourself in life can cause individuals to waste a perfectly good life. When individuals break their limits they become adventurous and attempt new things they escape their comfort zone. Although it may seem challenging, the human body is stronger than we assumed.
Realistically, some goals are never going to be achieved. Obstacles occur in the everyday life that we as people can not fix. Most goals can be accomplished with dedication and persistence, but when it comes to goals people need to be realistic about what they want to accomplish. The goals that people set are not always able to be attained due to some people making goals that are to impractical or too far fetched to be completed.
In life, trust can easily be taken for granted, but whenever a life-threatening situation comes along, we seem to believe in each other. The story shows that when someone loses their trust and faith in you, you must rebuild that trust, and that can sometimes be tough. The story creates a great suspense and as the reader, you do not feel satisfied with the ending, because you want the story to end well – that they make it home safely and that they have gained a lifelong bond with each other – but perhaps this fictional story is a reflection on life – you never know where trust or mistrust leads
Speaking about self-esteem, the self-affirmation narrative is a good way to help rebuild your self esteem by yourself. Maintaining your self-image is a good way to keep yourself motivated to continue to put effort,but if this image gets destroyed then it makes it much harder to keep yourself motivated because you will have the thought that you can’t do it. The self-affirmation narrative helps rebuild the way you perceive yourself to be good and competent which is the ideal self-image you should have. Having a good self-image can help me build the confidence and have faith in myself to behave without restrictions and limits without worrying about
A character whom I admire and can relate to is Tea Cake from Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neal Hurston. After Janie experiences years of suffering, Tea Cake enters her broken life to begin the healing process. Although Tea Cake's madness caused by rabies tragically forces Janie to kill him to save her life, its significance is that Tea Cake's love transformed her enough to make her learn to love and value her own life. Like me, I believe that Tea Cake wanted to love and show kindness to someone who needed healing without reserve. It was an imperfect journey, but with sincerity and genuine care, Tea Cake closed the wounds in Janie's life.
In the story Noodle Soup for Nincompoops by Ellen Wittlinger, Maggie realizes that time changes people. Maggie Cluny thinks that her best friend no longer likes her because she’s interested in different things than her. Liza is into things Maggie finds to be more girly, like the way she looks, and the clothes she wears, and especially, the boys. Maggie notices that Liza is acting a lot different one day when after school, Mr. C talks to Maggie and asks her if she could write for the school paper but that she to keep it a secret. Afterwards when Maggie meets up with Liza she gets angry at her for taking so long because she wanted to take a ride home with a boy named Robbie Piersall, a boy that Liza liked.
The Ever-Changing Summer Summer. One of the greatest times of the year. There’s no school, no homework, no bedtime, warm weather, friends, and fun for the boys of Green Town. In the novel, Dandelion Wine written by Ray Bradbury, is about this season. In the book, the reader follows the story of Douglas Spaulding a young boy from a small neighborhood located in Green Town, Illinois.