He could not hold a grudge even after he was raped, writing friendly letters addressed to Amir about his life. On the other hand, Amir was portrayed as an unloyal friend until the end of the book. Amir treated Hassan badly out of jealousy and shame. However, Amir was able to atone for his mistreatment by taking care of Sohrab. He finally shows his loyalty towards Hassan by giving Sohrab a better life in America.
Proceeding, what the unjust man will do is overcome and benefit from everyone and anyone. In this situation, Socrates would relate the unjust/just men with the craftsmen. In his application of craftsman analogy to this case, he tries to say that those trying to overcome men similar to them are considered to be bad craftsmen. He supports this by giving an example of doctors where he wouldn 't try to surpass another physician, instead would like to surpass the
Furthermore, Henry is a man of dignity even for the people of his opposition and is not hesitant to show it. Thus, with the things that Henry has done throughout the play, he is a truly commendable character, even when the townspeople makes negative assumptions about him. Throughout Inherit The Wind, Henry is a very intelligent character, believes in the freedom of thought and Henry defends Matthew Harrison Brady even though Matthew is his opponent in court. With all these things Henry has done throughout the entire play makes him a truly
Motivations- Throughout the play, Otto Frank’s goal is to protect the families and make sure that they are safe until the end of the war. Mr. Frank is what some people would call “The Man of the House” because he is always acting like a leader and takes care of everyone. When Anne passes out, Mr. Frank doesn’t hesitate to risk their concealment by getting water for Anne, which shows how committed he is to helping his family. He argues, “If they’ve found us, they’ve found us. Get the water...”(542).
Cool as a cucumber he was hardly ruffled by situations on the field. He lets people be themselves and that was the hallmark of a true leader. The ability to lead yet let people be who they are. In the past many captains failed in their pursuits to string together a strong team partly because they wanted players to play like some one else while they seldom managed to hold their fort themselves. Mike Brearley hardly could past muster as a player but was a true leader of men courtesy the inherent ability to understand players strengths and weaknesses and let them play at will.
He deserves loyalty from his crew because he tries to save them, he forgets about his needs, and does not actively put them in danger. Even though Odysseus puts his crew in bad situations at times. Well throughout the journey Odysseus figures out new ways to save and find his way back home. Even when his crew tries to ruin his journey he still keeps an open mind and will do anything for them. And as Mario Puzo once said, “The strength of a family, like the strength of an army, lies in its loyalty to each other.” They have to figure out that they need to use each other to make everything come together even when times get hard and everything becomes scarce we need to work come together as one and realize what is actually happens.
Zamparini bears much pain that would actually (broken) other people. Nonetheless, he is not destroyed (is unbroken) by all the experiences (Hillenbrand 71). For instance, as a prisoner, the Japanese military tried to torment so as to “break him” but he persevered. Also, the life of post-war was much a struggle and could have destroyed him but he managed to realize the spiritual power which saved him (Hillenbrand 73). Therefore, the (Unbroken) idea reflects how Louie was affected by the war and post-war life but he remained firm.
In his works he mentions, “accept what comes from silence. Make the best you can of it” if one simply read that statement out of context it would not be difficult to believe it came out of “Walden” in its style and tone. The way both authors write, with serenity and simplicity, with such meaning and devotion, is just impressive; both being lovers of the natural world and making sure, everyone knows it. Berry also uses his mentor, Wallace Stegner, paradigm of the Boomers and Stickers. The boomers are those who pillage and run “to make a killing and end up on Easy Street.
He freed the old, the widows, and the children to ensure that they were not condemned to a life of slavery” (What We Learn from Saladin). In this article which I know is not perfectly describes how Saladin was and did but mentions the positive features of him, and it means that he always thought of offering peace to a place before he conquer it, and he wanted to use the peaceful way rather than killing
All of the morals Frederick shows are life changing and very helpful. His moral code is strict and respectful, leaving hardly any room for fault. An important part in Book 1 is, before the mortar shell hit, Frederick made sure all his men are fed. When the men said they were hungry Frederick