But at the root of confidence is insecurity and distrust. For it is from these roots that one develops self-assurance as they discover the importance of conventionally “unconventional” ideas of confidence. Throughout Bossypants, Fey uses her own experiences of self-discovery from her youth and work life to stress that the confidence rooted within yourself is essential in achieving the most positive outcome in a stressful or unfamiliar situation. During what would normally be considered an exhausting photoshoot, Tina Fey convinces herself- that she is indeed absolutely stunning - in order obtain
On the other hand, Esperanza loves the box but stys quiet and pretends not to care. Esperanza destinguishs herself from other girls as smarter. She says Rachel, Lucy, and Nenny usually don 't say intelligent things. Ulikde what she says is scientif . Her relationship has changed slightly sice she met her freinds.
Mayella Ewell is someone who wants a better life, or a better situation to be in, so she tries to improve it anyway she can, like planting the little geraniums to make her space a little nicer. As a result of the Ewells’ situation, she gets lumped in with the older people who do not deserve a good life. Thereafter, Scout recaps the fact that Mayella does not have any friends, and when Atticus asks Mayella about her friends, she assumes he is mocking her or making fun of her. Furthermore, Tom Robinson was probably the only thing she had that was close to a friend to her. Again, we see how Harper Lee expresses the fact that appearances are not what they
But this takes a turn as the “lady richly left... [with] wondrous virtues” does not seem to be happy. Infact she is "aweary" and melancholic, making the audience curious as to why. In the following scene the audience’s curiosity of Portia’s misery is quenched. The conversation between Nerissa and Portia gives the first glimpse of her power, or the lack of it. This is shown by her inability to make a life changing decision of picking her suitor.
By losing her gravity, she is also losing her emotions and connections to other people. Losing gravity, she has become more self-centered; she just worries about her happiness and self. In the beginning of the story she would laugh no matter what even when confronted with some horrid observation e.g. when her mother
(Bradbury 62). This quote shows how, because love is not a trait valued in her society, she does not care if her technology loves her. Millie has not been taught how important love is, so, to her, love is a silly, unnecessary thing. In the time period of Fahrenheit 451, people emphasize the importance of owning the newest and best technology. They emphasize the importance of having fun, enjoying life, and not thinking too hard about anything.
Sue Parrill writes about Toni Collette as Harriet Smith that she: is very good at looking and acting stupid, but she is so very unprepossessing that it is difficult to imagine that Emma would be interested in her as a friend. The term “bovine” may even creep into viewer’s mind… The director also apparently instructed her to look as foolish as possible. As to emphasize her bad qualities, she is shown posing for a picture in classical draperies holding a lyre in one hand, with her other arm curving over her head. Her portrayal of Harriet reveals few gradations of development or nuances of feeling. She holds nothing back.
Anything you lose comes round in another form.” – Rumi Small acts never go waste; you may lose something that is so close to your heart, but doesn’t feel sorry for that ever, everything you are facing in your life carries a secret vision to improve your overall future. As we have a limited view of our life, so most of the time we shall not be able to predict that one. “When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” – Rumi Don’t do any work if your heart says no to you. Always follow your heart, Our soul never lies to us; it was our brain that works as a culprit. The source of all our grief comes from that time when we override our soul’s decisions.
“I’ll have no bigger. This doth fit the time, and gentlewomen wear such caps as these” exploited the grand and gentleness of Kate womanly side (73 and 74). However, she does not completely abandon her thoughts toward believing a woman should not be lower than a man. Kate 's last speech at the end of play may sound like she has been defeated; to admit that a woman should be lower a man, but her line, “Why are our bodies soft and weak and smooth, unapt to toil and trouble in the world, but that our soft conditions and our hearts should well agree with our external parts?” brings out a contradiction to question why must women harbor what their external shell looks like to define who they are (181-184). Within her last speech, Kate mentions this quote to illustrate the manifest
Love is an outstanding example in our life, which is not always related to family. You want to do coquetry by having a best girl as your lover and like to have closest. Without having love with somebody, you have a great problem to have coquetry. Once you are in love with somebody pretty or young or both, you are almost done. Your problem of coquetry is automatically resolved as you aren’t disturbing others.
But if you think that only what is your is yours, and that what is not your own is, just as it is, not your own, then no one will ever coerce you, no one will hinder you, you will blame no one, you will not accuse anyone, you will not do a single thin unwillingly, you will have no enemies, and no one will harm you, because you will not be harmed at all.” (Epictetus: The Handbook, pg. 11). Basically saying he sees human limits in wanting what’s not in our power, what we can’t control such as our bodies, possessions, glory, and power (political power and status). He views that we have power in however, our opinions, impulses, desires, and what we stray away from in self-preservation. In focusing in what we have control over, what depends on us, and not focusing on anything but, we are free.
In this article Swinny the author is not one to judge through anything but does also believe this will benefit many officers. The reason Smiddy believes that is because not all officers will be getting judged and knowing not all officers are the same and are very equal with one another.
One of which is so no problems occurr in the program, because when someone is disrespectful they make others frustrated with them and arguments begin (which is never ever a good thing for a group program). Also, being disrespectful to a peer is downright degrading. You will make people feel bad about themselves, then in return the will give up. If everyone is just respectful to each other things will run more smoothly and the results will be much more positive. But besides from being dedicated and respectful, you also need to be really truly dedicated to what you are doing.
To my surprise that was not the case many of them signed up knowing very little about the event. When helpful actions are not linked up to personal gain, they are considered altruistic behaviors. A person who acts in an altruistic way does not expect any recognition or rewards in return’ except the good feeling that comes from helping someone in need. I defiantly find this inspiring especially since I would not have volunteered to help if I hadn’t been required to do this Service Learning Project however after this assignment I would be more inclined to sign up in the future. Something I found almost particular was how calm and relaxed most all the riders were despite the six plus hour bike ride in the extreme heat and what I would call difficult conditions such as heavy traffic and uneven terrain, these guys were extremely happy and nothing negatively affected their mood.
I know that could be something I could learn easily, but it’s not exactly up my alley. I would have no problem with the other ones, because there wouldn’t be a problem with establishing relationships with whoever I’m helping or making choices and finding answers to problems. It’s just the worry of not being able to think of the ways to help the people I assist because I’m never too sure about my ideas and advice or if they actually help the people I give them