This quote also alludes to her cordial outlook on the disgusting wrongdoing she is being burdened with. It is also a reminder of the scorching power of optimism and alacrity in dark times. This is Anne's personal sanctuary free from horrendous arguments and outright infuriating injustices. Anne Frank, without a substantial physical sanctuary, is relying on this quote to inspire herself and those around her to be happy and therefore spread happiness to their peers. Though cataclysmic challenges befall her, Anne keeps the words, "Whoever is happy will make others happy too," close to her heart in times of darkness and confusion so she may never know the dreadful day when she deliberately abates someone she truly loves and cares for the wellbeing of.
Positive Thinking William Channing once said, “Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.” In the “Diary of Anne Frank”, Anne is going through hiding from german police and meanwhile, is stuck with her family and anothers. While in “”Dear Miss Breed” by Joanne Oppenheim, Louise Ogawa is writing about her tough times during the war. They both are able to stay positive which proves that having a positive attitude it the best way to respond to conflict.
Lastly, Sarny was unbroken, she learned to tolerate people, and she had the characteristic of understanding. In the novel the author states, “We each live in our own times...best we can”(p.92). Sarny believed that life will not always be fine, but the only we can to is to accept our time and live the best as we could. This shows that Sarny has tolerance to trouble, and the world’s evil. She understands that Miss Laura and herself have different lifestyles, different classes.
Despite how horrific the Joad family’s new home was. Ma Joad says, "It ain't so bad once we wash it out. Get her mopped (352).” It’s remarkable how Ma Joad is able to stay optimistic and inspire hope in a situation like this. The hope that she gives the family is that they can make a horrid place like that a home.
Tuck Everlasting is beautifully written by Natalie Babbitt, for it has very deep messages that readers will relate to. This book’s messages of the values of life, death, and love will influence my decisions in life for the better. The characters and themes can be used to understand life in a superior way. Winnie’s decisions do help the Tucks and to not drink the water are great examples to follow. Also, the metaphor that life is a wheel helps readers with the concept of living and dieing.
In conclusion, Clark Griffin is a great role model for millennials for many great reasons. Many people look up to her from her group sent to the ground and it is justified because of Clark’s will to keep everyone alive and safe. She proves that women can lead just as well as men and she shows her true bravery and intelligence through her leadership. Clark is not perfect and she makes mistakes, but that only makes her human; she does her best to learn from every one of her mistakes and to not make it again.
This shows the hopefulness Louise has. She isn’t let down by the lack of protection she has by being outside, but she thinks about all valuable things she has at the moment. Louise shows positive and patriotic throughout the story and letters, and it sums up on being
Moehringer, and Bossypants, by Tina Fey, were mostly positive people, and the portrayal of mentors was mainly positive in both of the novels. Both authors clearly demonstrated just how important their mentors were to them and how much they really impacted in their lives. By describing their physical appearances and manners, actions and dialogue, and their attachment to the mentors and their overall relations, Tina Fey and J.R. Moehringer pulled together wonderful arguments on just how important mentors are to a person and how they can be found in many different people. Although it is evident that mentors sometimes provide negativity in one’s life, some mentors that you’d never expect to help you will end up being the people to pull you out of the gutter when you find yourself in the dirt. From the darkest of days to the finest hours, mentors are everywhere, and if one looks hard enough to find them, they will find amazing people to look up
Also, the author write about reaching landings This represents something good happening, such as reaching a goal or striving an aspiration. This is positive because the speaker gives an example of something good happening in their life. The poem "Mother to Son" has a positive tone because the author writes about how the mother never gave up, even when times were
Because Jane is not blinded by prejudice, she offers consolation and positive interpretations of negative situations, lessening Elizabeth’s harsh opinions of others, transforming judgment to acceptance. The ultimate result of this is Elizabeth’s realization of her true love for Darcy. By setting aside much of her self-pride and prejudice towards Darcy’s past, Elizabeth fully realizes her true feelings, coming to terms with many of the internal and external conflicts she faces throughout the
The irony of an unfortunate date leading her image to be published in a magazine is a tribute to Aunt Nora’s independence. Despite Aunt Nora’s independent nature, she loves interacting with people and having good conversations. I know how much she appreciates my family’s visits by the excitement with which she speaks. She need us to support her and we are happy to be there for her. However, the best things in her life came from individuality.
According to Bear Grylls, “Being brave isn’t the absence of fear. Being brave is having that fear but finding a way through it.” Many situations that happen in our everyday lives focus on triumph over adversity. This quote explains that when one triumphs over adversity, the adversity isn’t absent from his life, but he must triumph over it and find a way through the situation that is affecting him. Historical events have followed this theme of triumph over adversity, including the infamous Holocaust.
In out of the Dust by Karen Hesse, Billie Jo is my favorite character because of the optimism she maintains to have while she struggles to survive a harsh life. Having grown up in the bleak area of the Oklahoma Panhandle, during the great depression, Billie Jo and her family encounter many economical problems. Near the middle of the story, Billie Jo’s father is thinking about quitting farming because of the drought and the severe dust storm, which unfortunately tears apart all of his crops. Billie Jo assures her father, “‘The farm won’t fail,’ I tell him.
“Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results” -Justin Mazzastick. For years, humans have done an extraordinary amount of cruel acts to whom they thought were “different”. Humans have imprisoned, enslaved, and took away many innocent peoples lives because they were so called “not the same” and was part of the “wrong” family or culture. This damaged the “different people” so much that they barely survived this traumatizing experience.