The chooses the people around homemade put him in a position to where her had to either rise up and face everything or stay still and take it. I believe he was stronger because of the way he dealt with everything. And the words that antion thomas said to him really stuck.”it's time to start telling the truth,little brother. Do you understand me” and “ don't spend your life hiding under bleachers little brother. The truth will set you free”(pg.269).The choices made by other characters left paul a better person stronger smarter and even wiser.
In order for man to survive, love and compassion are required to maintain the peace for humanity’s survival and prevent us from destroying each other as a whole. In Markus Zusak’s novel The Book Thief the characters always thrived to show compassion throughout the novel. This has lead to the survival of other characters and even empowerment to characters who are still going to die. Zusak implies that by seeing
He was loyal to his plan. He had to switch it up a little bit but it all worked out in the end. He was determined the whole time to get the memories and feelings back so that there would be no release anymore. There would be no more secrets and no more lying. He would save the twins, the old, the mistaken, and the people who could feel more than the community has in its barriers.
His master, Bear, helps open him up as well, he teaches Crispin to be independent and to do what he likes. “ Crispin, there’s an old saying: ‘If you have to choose between alertness and worry, being alert will bring you more days of life.’” (132) Bear is telling Crispin to stop worrying about what is going to happen and to start thinking about his own thoughts and what is happening at the moment. Crispin is not used to this so he is reaching about uncomfortably, finding the way meant to. “To my surprise there was a relief in speaking. How strange it was to have someone to listen to me.” (94) Crispin is realizing that it is nice to have someone listening to him for once instead of being a silent being all the time.
Ponyboy’s two brothers have been looking after him since his parent’s demise. In chapter one, Sodapop is described as “always happy-go lucky and grinning.” Whereas, “Me and Darry just didn’t dig each other. I never could please him…He just hollered at me” (Hinton 13). Ponyboy did not understand that Darry just wants to make sure that Pony graduates and pursue the bright future ahead of him – unlike Sodapop. However, Darry’s anger is often misinterpreted for hatred.
Which is why he continues to tackle demanding recipes because each time he achieves a great end result its another accomplishment. Even though the achievements seem minor to other examples of people overcoming their disabilities it 's a victory nonetheless. I can relate to JJ
In Night, even after Elie’s loss of faith, innocence, and family, he never gives up. In the end, he is drastically changed from his experiences but he has hope in his future because he manages to carry on. Ultimately in The Alchemist, Santiago learns that change is necessary for success and that he must overcome his own fears. In addition, he learns that his heart and soul are just little pieces of the Soul of the World. Both of these books convey the message that hope provides a person the strength and the will to
Moreover, throughout the book, Salva had many factors that made survival possible for him, they include; Marial, Uncle, some luck on the way. These are the factors that helped him survive, even when tomorrow did not seem possible. One survival factor that was key to Salva’s survival was Marial. Conversely, Marial was there to make Salva feel better and to give him something to look forward to when the war was hopefully over. When life was at the hardest for Salva.
This act of strategy and patience showed that Rainsford had planned to kill Zaroff before he kills, and he took his time with creating a trap for General Zaroff to fall into. These two acts of brilliance shows that strategy and smarts can help you survive or even can help become successful at something. Rainsford and Kane both believe they might not make it but come out as the hero of the story. Both people may have two jobs but they both become successful in the long run. Being hunted didn 't stop them so eventually they soon overcame being hunted and they also believed they can survive.
The beasts are depressed. And Max knows that as their king, it’s his responsibility to cheer them up: “[...] thinking he knows what to do. It cheers his mom up; it makes her sister and her friends- it would work here. He makes his arms and legs stiff and begins his incredible robot dance.” (217). Even if dancing isn’t the best solution, at least he’s taking responsibility for the beast’s happiness.
Marty chose to take care of the dog and his family. It states/shows on page 80-83 that Marty did a good choice telling the truth to Dad about keeping Shiloh. When they went to Doc Murphy’s place at the late nighttime. This relates to my theme of which it’s a good idea of telling the truth and that’s a perfect thing to do always. But it also helps Shiloh not to be cruel anymore and Marty won’t be alone worrying about Shiloh always.
When Brian was crying in the corner of the cave, he realized he must stay positive if he is to survive. Also, his respect for nature and his ability to observe the animals helped him to find food to stay alive. The theme of positive thinking is most important because it determined how Brian approached the challenges he was faced with. He could have given into either hopelessness and self-pity, or dare to think positive. He
At this point in their journey, Jim and Huck have heavily relied on each other for protection. This is also true when they take turns in preparing the food and looking for shelter. In a way, Jim is turning into a father figure for Huck. Jim has never abused of Huck and they have insightful and meaningful conversations. I wonder if this bond will continue to grow and result in Jim adopting Huck at the end of their