Obviously, the individuals who are really seeking after trustworthiness will consider this to be an incidental advantage and not real inspiration to end up along these lines. You can't resist the opportunity to have a decent notoriety when you are a man of honesty. A man of trustworthiness is an exceptionally moral individual. That is an esteem that dependably gives you a superior notoriety. Integrity is likewise essential since it gives you a decent notoriety.
Arthur is also a very honorable man and shows chivalry because he owns up to his mistakes and takes full on responsibility for his actions. That takes a lot of honor and courage to do so. You are honorable by being truthful and respectful to folks. Asad Meah an author states the following about chivalry, “Chivalry, being very polite, honest, and kind behavior, especially by men towards women. The system of behavior followed by Knights in the medieval period of history, that put a high value on honor, kindness, and courage.” All of the following that Meah states about chivalry Arthur presents in the story Gawain and the Green
Ford 's parents were just average blue collar farming family(“Case Files: Henry Ford”). Henry grew up learning that he had to work for what he wanted, by his father on the family farm( “Case Files: Henry Ford”). Nothing came easy for the Ford family and Henry learned that at a young age and in him future(“Abellanida”). Ford grew up with a good education at a one house school in the nearby town ( “Case Files: Henry Ford”). Most people will say that his actually learning came from the hands on skills his father taught him yearly on (‘Abellanida’).
Milton Hershey did not only do sweets. He also helped out In war world one and two. What a hero he is. He created what now is The Hershey Company Milton Hershey grew up in a small farm in Pennsylvania. He was still 7 years old when the American Revolutionary War came to his family's farm.
In the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park we follow Salva’s journey after he has to flee the country after war breaks out. Salva’s journey impacted him by making him more self sufficient, brave, and courageous. Salva’s journey taught him how to be more self-sufficient. In the beginning of the book he relied on others more. One thing in the story that made him more self-sufficient was when his group had left him behind in the barn.
Unfortunately, when the war had hit his hometown, a village called Mogbwemo, he was separated from his family. Before the series of attacks had reached his hometown he was living with his dad due to the fact that his parents were divorced. He and his oldest brother Junior tried their best to stick together as they ran away from the war but eventually got separated by an attack on the town that they had ran to seek refuge in. “It was during the attack in the village of Kamator that my friends and I seperated. It was the last time I saw Junior, my older brother”(43).
Even though Mohandas Gandhi was small in size his impact on India’s independence was tremendous. Gandhi had moral courage in fighting for India 's independence. Secondly, when fighting for India 's independence, he used non-violent protesting. Finally, because he used non-violence, his moral courage cost him his life. By examining Gandhi’s fight for India’s independence, non-violent protesting, and how his moral courage costing him his life, it is clear that he was a beautiful and courageous man, who fought for what he believed in.
Father too, greatly acknowledged Kim Jong Il and his son, Kim Jong Un, and tried to repay them in every possible way. Ever since I was young, I was told that without them, we would’ve died on the streets. I was told that the Kim family gave us this luxurious life, providing us with shelter, food, a farm and happiness. We were happy for a while. *** I roused to my father's call and with panic, I immediately positioned myself upright from the floorboards with my weak aching back.
5)” . In the Old Testament, Yûsuf (Joseph) told his brothers that he dreamed they were in the field and they had reaped stalks of grain and bounded them into sheaves. Only one of his sheaves was standing upright while theirs bowed down in front of his. “For, behold, we were binding sheaves in the field, and, lo, my sheaf arose, and also stood upright; and, behold, your sheaves stood round about, and made obeisance to my sheaf” (Genesis. 37.7).