He thens contineues to to try and show that even though words are not adequate he can somewhat relate based on his own experience with his uncle and godson again using strong adjectives like torn, "killed and horrifically injured". He has now shown his compassion for the family members and moves on to trying to take them to
Finally, the silence of his father has given him pain, but by experiencing pain he can have compassion for others in pain. He is constantly looking for the solution to pain, but that unfortunately must wait until after
I’m glad that you broke down on what sympathy and empathy are, there are a lot of people who get these two mixed up. But as humans we will always have sympathy for others, but for most of us we will never know how to empathize with others. Having both of them are great to have in the Human Service field but we cannot let it consume us, we were called upon to help them in the best we can for them. But you make great points in the scriptures that you use, every day I wake up and tell myself to become more like God. In the Human Services field we are there to improve the situations of others, and to be able to help them when they cannot help themselves anymore.
His flaws have started to prevail over his mind but he holds strong This is a serious burden as father Flynn struggles to meet the criteria for being good. Throughout the movie, the nun named sister Aloysius constantly views Father Flinn as a curse to her church. Flynn shows his attentiveness to the church by preaching to the people and connecting with the boys. He’s a mentor and coach
I only love him when I need my “love tank” filled or when I am experiencing struggles in my life. For some reason, it is so hard for me to have a conversation with God when I do not need something. This new understanding of how shallowly I love God is quite depressing. Jesus loves me unconditionally no matter how many times I fail or mess up; he loves me with the same love always. How can I become better at loving God in the same way that he loves me?
Filling the Gap Every waking moment spent on Earth is a gift; however, no good gift comes without any suffering. With life, comes an immense amount of pain- people grow to love one another, yet humans have to learn to deal with the unbearable loss of a loved one. No one person deals with the suffering of unbearable loss, same as the next. Everyone copes with pain differently.
God loves his sons and take care of them. He can forgive several times a same person, but ones He decides that a boy or girl doesn’t deserve to be forgiven, that person is in trouble. In the work, I am going to talk about my opinion towards the story and how I can say it
At first The Giver warns Jonas that this process of receiving memories “will be painful”(Lowery 85). This pain comes in the form of both the joyful and the terrifying memories. The positive memories that he receives cause him pain because they make him see how much happier the people in his community could be. “Jonas’s realizations about the constraints of this rigidly organized life come gradually", but they begin to weigh on him (Chamberlain). Everytime he learns something new about the past he is overcome by the will to share all of his mental experiences with the rest of the population, but he knows he is not able to do this.
It helped Odysseus whenever he faced trouble and it helped Penelope keep the hope that Odysseus will one day come back to her. Another kind of love that can be seen in Odysseus family is within his father-to-son relationship with Telemachus. Although they never really had a chance to get to know each other, they still constantly worried about each other’s well being. Odysseus worried about how Telemachus's future was in danger due to the suitors, however, for Telemachus it was more than that. Telemachus went as far as to leave Ithaca to find out who his father was and if he is still alive.
Even as he had thought this, he felt the lie in it” (Hillenbrand 380). In other words, Louie tries to ignore his alcoholism, but he knows that it is a flaw he must fix. Eventually, Louie overcomes his alcoholism and becomes religious, redeeming himself of his mistakes where many people could not. To sum it all up, many people recognize their flaws and attempt to fix these
He describes feelings of frustration, restlessness, and agitation. He is concerned about his future love life, and going through a big life change. Robbie J has positive behaviors and aspects that will be helpful in his treatment such as equipped to take responsibility for himself, he is sociable, and have family support. Given Robbie J problems with drinking, lack of motivation, and physical injuries, long term rehabilitation, join an Alcoholics Anonymous group, and continue family counseling is suggested.
I feel that the speech that you chose was very unique. Robin Williams was such an amazing person and he truly connects with the audience every single time he speaks. I agree on how important it is for a speaker to maintain eye contact at all times to demonstrate respect and that he put effort at learning the words and at the same time being extemporaneous. Confidence is also a very important factor and Williams showed it throughout the whole speech. You did a wonderful job, just remember to include the main points and how he managed to pass from one point to another.
How many wrongs does it take to make a right? Or can we ever correct the wrongs of our past? In the video Carl Rogers explores the life of a male who is haunted by his past. Sickness, tragedy, and racism have mistreated him is his whole life but he is ready to overcome the anger that has been hidden within him for years. Because Dr. Rogers showed a genuine interest in the patient, he was able to gain trust from the client.
Young people in the 21st Century need to reevaluate their ethics; David McCullough is helping them understand that by explaining that they need to be honest with themselves and their reality. His scathing criticism of them and their culture, philosophies, and ideologies, is justified and insightful; teens in the United States allows special to become a meaningless term, prefers to win instead of achieving, and cares too much about superficial accomplishments instead of internal growth. McCullough makes a point throughout his speech to say that being special is not just given to you; teenagers are not special by default. In the speech, while he is explaining why young people should look forward to more than just being special or different, in