Ernie Pyle in his essay “The Death of Captain Waskow” stated that “You don’t cover up dead men in the combat zone” (1). The nature of war is to have bloody and brutal conflicts, that cannot be changed. Which is ultimately much more destructive for the people who cause a country to be destroyed than it is for the country who sent them as a whole. Soldiers need to be brutal for their side to win and they must sacrifice themselves to gain victory. There are moral and honorable acts of war but often those must be ignored for the country to win, yet another reason why it destroys those who fight on the front lines.
OK, but what if we could take this fear of failure out of the question and attain the success that we want without unnecessary stress and too much trouble? Well, this is another thing. The famous published author Brian Tracy defined the fear of failure as the “single barrier between us and success” and we always use this “I can’t” phrase to express this kind of fear. I can’t do this, I can’t do that… and we pretty much destroy our own success because we fear so much about not being able to do it, hence failing at life. Which leads me to ask myself: Is it something in the way we understand or define failure that makes us so fearful, so stressed up and in the end unsuccessful?
He stated, “War will put an end if mankind does not put an end to war” Modern war is ecocide, genocide and ethnocide and is not sustainable. The costs of war are enormous, not just financial but social, ecological and global. Unfortunately, we cannot easily end a war. As long as there are ideologies that divide the people, there will always be disputes that lead to war and world
When Franz Ferdinand announced that he will be leaving to Sarajevo to greet the townspeople on June 28, 1914, a terrorist organization called the ‘Black Hand’ had meticulously arranged an attack against Franz Ferdinand. Due to unfortunate circumstances, one of the assassins had the opportunity to shoot the Archduke since the driver had turned on the wrong road. Due to these nationalistic feelings between certain countries, World War I occurred since the collective consciousness among a nation’s people deeply impacted the rest of the world with its rebellion against a country. World War I was inevitable to occur since these people had seriously rebelled against a more powerful country and remained obstinate to continue their fight until they had achieved their desires. Eventually, other countries joined the conflict to side with either Austria-Hungary or the
When the identity of the horseman was revealed, my first reaction was surprised because I realize that Druse kills his own father and I understood why every kinds of war are destructive for family relationships. I realize also the significance of the duty for a soldier because if Druse didn’t kill his father, he can be considered as a criminal. 9. What do you think the author’s messages are concerning “duty”, “family” and “war”? in this short story, the author would like to denounce firstly the war and the conditions of leaving that known soldiers.
These thoughts are dangerous. If I leave them to fester for too long, they will only worsen and become more extreme. I rationalise that these thoughts are evil and should be cleansed from my mind, but rationality is no weapon against racism. I want to be a light, a source of guidance for my parents. I want to push them in the right direction, but I fear that they will drag me onto the wrong path.
There would be more violence, less creativity, humans would lack emotion, and reputations would dissolve. The first reason it would be hopeless for civilization to function without respect is there would be more violence. More war outbreaks would take place; nobody would care what others would think about them. People would be as violent as ocean waves crashing over the side of a ship. There would be more harm; humans and creatures would not be cared for adequately.
No one want continue to involved into war. The war is cruel, people want peace not the fight. The Allies lost many thing from this war; their people cannot suffer any more. According to battle of situation, the Allies need to do something protect their people from the war. Obviously, the government have the responsibility to fight with the evil power.
Life was a loyalist who believed the people should try to avoid war and just listen to their ruler. Life had been captured by cowboys and taken onto a prisionship where he was killed by a highly contagious disease called cholera. Tim expressed, “There was one funny thing about it though - it wasn’t a rebel prison ship, it was a British one’ (164). Life had been killed by the men that he was supporting in the war which demonstrated to Tim that him being loyal to Britain got him nowhere. This made him a Loyalist because he had strong negative opinions about war due to his past traumatic experiences with it.
Indeed, the United Nations Security Council might not be able to come up with the most feasible resolutions to cope with the dilemmas that take place in the Middle East and was unable to execute immediate actions; however, US’s defilement might provoke other series of social unrest in neighboring regions and more unknowing residents have to be sacrificed. Nevertheless, United States is guilty from this operation; it has manipulated society’s perspective and targeted toward ISIS as the origin of all those uprisings. Those measures taken by United States apparently indicated its ambitions to take control of the world by intervening with other nations’ sovereignty, by dwindling others’ autonomy, and by neglecting the most esteemed international law that upholds contemporary