People trusted him, and respected everything he said and did as president. George was intelligent, but at the same time he was a people person and could work a crowd. He said the right thing, and was overall a well respected leader and president. John Adams was a kind leader, and was all about peace. He helped the people know that things would be okay, he made the people calm in times where they should be worried.
Ever since Chris was little he had shown much interest in nature and wanting to be independent, but that wasn't the only thing he showed interest in. Westerberg said that him and Chris "talked about books for hours... he went on and on about Mark Twain." Chris is very intelligent, it was an accident that he died. That wasn't in his plan whatsoever. His attraction to be independent and strongly minded in nature led to his attraction to these high-risk
During this time he makes many important relationships with people throughout the town. George does not realize the value of these relationships until the end of the film. George gets so caught up in material wealth that he believes that 8,000$ is the dividing line between his death and a life worth living. After George’s guardian angel, Clarence, shows George what life in Bedford Falls would have been like if George had never been born, George finally realizes the huge treasure that lay in the relationships he cultivated throughout his life. This is when the movie shifts into focusing on what really matters, spiritual wealth.
This will make Lennie a very likeable character towards the readers. The readers would really want to see him do well in the story. Lennie also wants to see George be happy by offering to live alone in a cave in the hills. He did not want to be a burden to George, so he was willing to do something that would hurt him, but help George making him seem like an innocent
In this experience of Odysseus he was very kind when introducing himself to the Phaeacians and gained their trust and told him his story. In this case, they in return treated him very well saying he was better than all other men, supporting he is a good man. Odysseus shows kindness to the people he meets on his journey again when he reaches the Laestrygonian land. Another time that Odysseus was kind to the people he met on his journey was when he was down in the underworld talking to Tiresias. Odysseus was very kind to Tiresias, understanding that he may not like him after what he did to Zeus.
What made Cesar Chavez a successful and effective leader? That a question that many might ask. Was it his self sacrifices that he did, or the method he used to work with and for the people, or was it his determination. This could have all played an important factor to Chavez’s success to gain better working conditions for the thousands of workers who labored on farms for low wages and under severe conditions. Cesar chavez was born on his grandfather 's farm on March 31, 1927 in Yuma, Arizona.
The quote “ all he knows is that he 's last week, and digging has become a little bit easier.” (131) STanley at the end of the book is like totally different person. He has really gotten in shape from all those dug up holes. Even later in the book he explains “his strength Came from somewhere deep inside himself and also seemed to come from the outside as well.”(170) Stanley 's Character shows that his ongoing determination challenge his Inner Strength. On the first day of hole digging as well. After being weak and timid even stand up for your weight, for yourself, to meeting a person can turn you more loyal, Bolder and stronger turns you into a good boy, not digging holes.
On the other hand words like ‘nice’ ‘no harm’ ‘hug’ ‘reminisce’ which have a more positive connotation bringing hope and good into the person’s clouded world. The last line “So in this cell we sit” along with all the connotations, Guerin alludes to the tone of acceptance but also amusement for the person doesn’t reveal any anxiety about being locked up and knows it is for the good. But you also get a sense of planning because it is a part of the couplet that would have an evil connotation to it
Jack London, though a successful writer, had by no means an easy life. Though the literary community now remembers London for a mere few outstanding works, he was an influential, looming naturalist writer of the nineteenth century. London’s works surmounted to an estimated fifty novels and hundreds of articles in his lifetime. Jack London would define success as overcoming one’s early life hardships and using those experiences to create works and ideas in the mind of the public to withstand the test of time. Jack London, born John Griffith Chaney on January 12, 1876 in San Francisco, California, was a key American naturalist author of the nineteenth century (Bio).
At this point I was full on crying because I knew there wasn't a good chance that my brother's name would be called and thankfully, he called out, PJ Doherty, and I went berserk, it was the proudest and happiest moment of my life, I still get chills to this day. The thing that I love most about camp is that nothing ever changes. Of course each summer, new nine-year-olds would arrive but the principles of honor, respect and hope would live on,
Jean baptiste Bingham painter drew so many thing such as humans,animals,and places his art was one of the best in history. Jean baptiste Bingham painter son son grew up and joined an army. Jean baptiste Bingham painter was a man that kept going with his great job hand his karier of becoming well known in art history. Bingham was a young men in history that didn 't get much education because his family didn 't
Joseph Kinney wanted a big family, a big house, and a successful career as a steamboat captain, he achieved all of these when he built Rivercene. According to Donn Upp, “Joseph Kinney had only ten dollars when he moved to New Franklin in 1850 (Donathon).” Knowing that Kinney only had ten dollars and still persevered through and achieved his goals, shows that he was a hard working man. Without his hard work, Rivercene would not have been built and Donn Upp could not of helped with the creation of the legacy that Rivercene is known for. When he was younger, he dreamt of owning Rivercene in his future. In his twenties, he wrote a book entitled “Ridge Cliff Manor” that explained how he viewed the mansion as a kid, haunted and filled with secrets.
When he retired he said that his biggest regret is not keeping his body how it should have been in the nfl he got weak and slow. The reason I call Eric the greatest back of all time is not because of his stats and his fame. It 's because of what he did after the nfl, he started multiple foundations helping young athletes. Influenced millions of kids and adults, In my eyes he is the greatest because of who he was. The man was just good he helped he always had a smile on his face If I 'm half the man he is I will make a huge mark in This
Were these remains proof that the first settlers of North America weren’t in fact modern Native Americans? July 28, 1996 was any ordinary day for two men hiking in Columbia Park. However, it soon became one of the most influential days for science. Part of a human skull were found at the bottom of the Columbia river along with the rest of the skeleton just feet away. After some of the bone were sent to the laboratory, Archaeologists soon realized that this wasn’t any ordinary skeleton; it was one over 9,000 years old.
Examples where the set design was most adequate was during the love tunnel scene, during the beginning of the production, and at the ending of the production. In the love tunnel scene, Daisy, Violet, Terry, and Buddy sat in a wooden seat that looked like a ride, just like one that would be going through a real “tunnel”. It also moved which made the scene more realistic. There was also a screen above them in the middle of the stage that had hearts moving in and out. It was dark in the theatre and included colors of pink, red, and purple to capture the mood of “love’.