According to author (Jonathan Swift) of "A Modest Proposal" says "the only families that can survive are the upper-class society". Also, the author (George Orwell) on “Shooting an Elephant” says that "No one had the guts to raise a riot". This two author 's speak in a similarly way in the stories. This essay will explore people who have the struggle of doing what is righteous vs wrongdoing, which might impact their lives in the future. In addition, this decision-making is crucial for their personal development.
It is when one truly looks into the lives of these people, where they see what makes them the way they are. People have many reasons on why they act a certain way, whether if they are like Monica, who had no choice and no other way to provide for her family. Or like Anita who had such a traumatic thing happen to them, and that is when pain and anger are the only responses they know. Or even like Shilpa who was raised the way she was, where the lifestyle she lives is the only one she knows. No one gets to choose the life they were born into, or the family and no one gets to choose what traumatic events happen to them, so why must one judge these people on the things they have no control over.
We all know that since ancient times animals were very important for various reasons. They were reared mainly for food, whilst others were kept as pets. Animals affected every area of everyday life, from the economy to religious beliefs and rituals. Animals in mythology are usually tied in with fertility and vitality, because they are living, moving, and growing. They also provide vitality and continued life for the tribes through their meat, skins, and bones.
In “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift, there are many disturbing remarks that make the readers uncomfortable. The purpose of his essay was to try to make the Irish people open their eyes so that they would take better care of themselves. At this period, the Irish politicians were corrupt and the people were not willing to fight to regain their country from the recent occupation of Ireland by England. He used the idea of eating the yearling children of poor families in order to accentuate the idea that the only people the wealthy men of Ireland cared about was themselves, and not the lives of the Irish citizens. The author uses logos to his advantage in order to show the overall amount of people that are in poverty and how they would be able
In your life, there is one person… you may know them, you may not, but there is someone out there in this world that would do anything for you. They are happy when you're happy, they are sad when you're sad, and that says a lot about a person who cares more about others than themselves. In this poem, the caring, kind, and non-self absorbed character is not a person, it is actually a tree. “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein pursues the topic/theme of sacrifice and love, by showing how the tree gave so much to the boy as he grew up, to make sure he was happy… because if the boy is happy, then the tree is happy. The giving tree is a parent figure towards the boy.
Stereotypically, decision-making is an essential practice for the young people. However, many times young adults make decisions using the wrong criteria. John Updike, the author of A&P short story brings out the clear nature of the intolerant behavior of young adults through an educative literary piece. Updike’s story captures the mind and numerous teachings concerning decision-making especially to the young adults. Decisions shape the life of people who make and implement them overtime.
Do Animals Have Rights? Yes, indeed, animals have the rights to live free from sorrow. Us as Muslims, Allah command us in the Holly Qur’an and Sunnah to treat animals with mercy and compassion (AlAhmad). Abd Allah bin Jafar said: The Apostle of Allaah (ﷺ) seated me behind him (on his ride) one day, and told me secretly a thing asking me not to tell it to anyone. The place for easing dearer to the Apostle of Allaah (ﷺ) was a mound or host of palm trees by which he could conceal himself.
The authorative figures in my life have taught me that I may not always agree with, or understand, why people make the decisions that they do. Regardless, you need to respect other people’s actions and opinions. The first time that I realized just how important respect was to me, was when a student in the grade above me died of suicide. Fellow students started posting things on social media, talking about how the boy had no right to take his own life, and how he could have done so many other things for help. Seeing these types of posts, I grew infuriated.
If the ending is not with a great one it will be boring and people will feel like they wasted their time on something that is not even close to be worth it. People love exciting endings or unexpected one that makes them wonder all the time what is going to
“You will recognize your own path when you come upon it, because you will suddenly have all the energy and imagination you will ever need”. Finding and choosing your destiny or career while you’re growing up is hard especially when people have certain expectations of you. My mom put in me to choose something that would make me happy because I would have to live with It forever nobody else would and making certain decisions either good or bad can have a great effect in my future. Choosing a path that makes you happy is hard to find but with the help of people around you it can make things easier but it can also make it harder. There are so many choices in life you have to make that can make you or break you.