Father Boyle put himself with Bandit. He took him in and helped him fix his life. If he was not one with the other, the Homeboys would not receive the true kinship Father Boyle has expressed. Father Boyle never gave up on Bandit nor Grumpy. Grumpy was from Camp Munz and refused Father Boyle’s help.
I think about things I said or did years ago, about how ‘stupid’ I was,/ Anxiety makes me a difficult person to be friends with” (Ann). Grendel needed a friend to keep him alive, he was always thinking about what his people did years ago when that’s irrelevant to him now. To overcome anxiety, you need companionship, but you also need to learn to love yourself so you can create a more confident, happy, and healthy lifestyle for
Doodle’s disabilities affected him from birth so he was not treated equal and his brother wanted him to learn the things he should already know. What prompted Doodle’s brother to help him was embarrassment which over came all of his feelings. Being different was hard for Doodle but at times it was harder for his brother to put up with because, as the narrator states, “Doodle was my brother and he was going to cling to me forever, no matter what I did.”(Hurts 159). Unfortunately Doodle was told he would never live and because of that he was never taught anything as a child. It would take Doodle a long time to learn everything.
However, Wiesel displays his willpower, faith, morals, and bond to his father throughout this dark and eye-opening book. Although Elie lost his faith in God, he still had faith in himself. He didn’t need religion to keep him going; he needed food. He became angry with God for doing this to him and his family. He refused to believe this was divinity.
This info gives me all the clues to say yes Okonkwo was sympathetic if you look at the patterns. His father Unoka was quoted “in his day was lazy and improvident and was quite incapable of thinking about tomorrow”. Basically saying he didn’t care about his life, so in what possible way could he have cared for Okonkwo’s. And his wife Ekwefi he didn’t technically shoot. He didn’t kill so there might have been sympathy there because she was completely defenseless and didn’t die so you can tell he intentionally didn’t kill her.
He was tired and hungry, but he never gave up hope of reaching. He kept looking for his family and believed he could find them. When Uncle died, Salva was still determined to reach the refugee camp, and when he did he was still determined to find his family. Without Uncle, the group’s attitude changed, and they grumbled about him being too young and small, and nobody
Nemo the Great wasn’t just a ordinary King who was just an basic hero. King Nemo was a very generous, honest, respectful, and loyal king who only thought positive about everything in his life. King Nemo also followed all the codes of Chivalry which were; Always stay loyal to your loved ones, Always stay positive regardless of the negative impact, and Always have faith. He was a very shy king as times but he always did good deeds when it came down to a lot of things. With that being said, King Nemo always helped with getting everyone things they needed the most.
The idea behind this is to leave an impression on the future, long after the dominant man has left the miracle of life. One surefire way this man can do so is by instilling in his children an absolute need to be “tough” and carry out what the man started. This desire to rule permeates throughout generations without much thought or logic; the children of the powerful man feel that they must conquest throughout the world and have as much power as their father in order to be worthy of anything in life. As a circle of “toughness” fueled by immense insecurity begins; however, the powerful man never realized what this would mean for his sons in the future. As the sons look only for more ways to perpetuate their father’s legacy and their own, they overlook the things in life that they truly yearn for.
Campbell discusses that “when the hero-quest has been accomplished, the adventurer still mustreturn with his life-transmuting trophy." (193) In the table, only the Epic of Labaw Donggon has this stage, however the hero 's refusal to return back home was caused by fear of additional enemies surrounding him. Labaw Donggon wasn 't aware that his sons had already defeated Saragnayan, he was so afraid that he ran away without sanity. Unknown to him that he had already possessed the boon of victory over Saragnayan through the help of his
Over the years Siddhartha and his friend Govinda both made great spiritual progress and both feel as though they are on their way to enlightenment. However, Siddartha only achieved this by pushing away everything that he held inside his heart. After three years of doing so, he realized that he could not continue to do this for much longer. When problems in his life do occur the head of the Samanas tell him to continue the way he has been dealing with his problems. Siddartha realizes that simply pushing away his will does not lead to true enlightenment and falls away from the Samanas
One example to support the answer is on page 110, it states “They have never known pain, he thought.” This supports the answer because Jonas feels alone, and that no one knows what he does. If the community had empathy they could know how he is feeling and try to help him. Another example is on page 112, it