Not only have we formed a deeper bond but now we have also become an unbeatable team. As I begin my journey to leave for college I recognize the strength I’ve been gifted from my mom. I understand now why she supports my independents and tests my abilities. My fragile foot was the beginning to my strong relationship with my
She takes in all the abuse, both mentally and physically from T.Ray and she blames everything on herself. Throughout the novel Lily gains her confidence, bravery and strength by standing up to the challenges she faces throughout experiencing new cultures and way of knowledge. As the Novel went on Lily started to feel a connection with her mother. It was like a little warmth in the empty spot of the missing piece in her heart. That was changing Lilly slowly.
At the end of it all the Celie that we have come to know and love changes drastically. From obedient and whipped to confident and determined. With the help from her sister Nettie who showed her there is more knowledge to learn about the world than just being a simple housewife. Also, from Sofia who taught her it is alright to be strong and disagree with your husband. And lasty Shug, who eventually becomes her lover taught her how valuable she is.
Williams is telling an epic story, of her spiritual quest, of her place in the world and how she fits into it as a woman and a woman of faith. Just like Odysseus and his journey on the long way home from war, Williams long journey is just as potent with struggle, healing and her retrieval of power from outside of herself. It takes on mythic proportions as she struggles with each scene and experience. Williams has created her personal epic myth. What an amazing tool for therapy, or just for daily practice in our lives.
Logan Killicks was just the beginning for Janie, leaving her with the realization she first developed herself as a woman with him. Joe Starks gave her only what she had thought was love. Janie was left in a dark place until she developed the courage in regards to standing up for herself, and voicing her opinion to Joe. Joe’s death later in the novel, was a door opening for Janie. She could be free of the pain and continue her development as a woman through courage.
An activity that I continue to actively do and have a developed a passion for. Overall, my family has taught me the importance of service, education, and of tenacity in the face of adversity. My parent’s stern beliefs of never taking life for granted and to always take the step forward to establish yourself as a responsible individual created a work ethic that has solidified my character. When I imagine the hardships my parents faced to create the future where my sister and I have the opportunity to pursue
Zakiya came into office and we started talking about how things are going for her. She reported she feels she has had to overcome a lot. We spoke about negative experiences in relationships and how she has learned from them. I told Zakiya I was proud of her for how she has grown, and affirmed her decision to take better care of herself and protect David. Zakiya expressed she is on the right track to get her GED and continue her education to gain better
Each of them found the importance of having a stable support system in dealing with the emotional and financial aspect help them rebuild their self-concept, as they became a teenage mother. Kathy recalls turning to her family and friends for emotional, mental and financial support. “You can never go wrong with that kind of support that I have,” she highlighted, “it was important because I probably would’ve gone crazy if I didn’t have the support system.”
By the end of the novel during the court scene and Tom’s death, we see the final stages of her development and how far she has come as she can 't stand for Tom’s discrimination which only further proves her power to rebel against something that everyone conforms to. This shows her make her own opinion about racism which creates the exciting environment that we find ourselves in while reading. The novel has many important points and moments which make a lasting impression on us even after reading the novel. One of the biggest ideas which are focused on in this essay is Scout 's development and how it allows her to forge her own opinions. Scout learns to separate herself from the conforming sheep that Maycomb residents are described to be.
The Wife is one to reject the possibility in being an outcast, rather strives to be known for her harsh mannerisms and assertiveness. Stereotyping genders has consistently been a common matter at hand for generations in the real world and prominently in literature. Author’s such as Geoffrey Chaucer, like the Wife, are ones to rebuff the norm and preach as they