George knows that Lennie may get in trouble, so he trusts that telling him to return in the woods, will keep him alive or safe from danger. “ Hide here till I come for you, say that over and over till you remember” (20). The fact that George trust Lennie shows that Lennie is a trustworthy person. Express only when it’s a complex order, such as to return to the woods and wait until he came. Ultimately we know that Lennie has too much of an innocent mind to try and be untrustworthy, he tends to follow everyone, and tell the truth to everyone, making him a trustworthy
Lennie is also to be shown sympathetic by how nice he is. We know this by other characters say how nice he is including George and Slim how he is so nice and would never be mean or hurt anybody. He is always positive and is always trying to do the right things. In the book george tells slim how he used to play jokes on Lennie anymore because ¨one day bunch of guys were standing around up on the Sacramento river, I was feeling pretty smart. I turns to Lennie and say Jump in, And he jump.
Friendship “A best friend is someone who you can talk to, who won’t judge you, they love you for you, and most of all, makes you feel like you are worth something.” This quote is important because, in the novel Freak the Mighty, Max and Freak demonstrated a strong friendship. They accepted each other without judgement. Friendship is very important because it can get you through hard times, as shown in “Freak the Mighty”. Many people agree that trust is needed in a good friendship. In the novel, when Max goes into the pond to hide from Tony D and his crew; Kevin trusts Max to keep him safe.
George reassuring Lennie shows he doesn’t want him to die with the thought that his friend was mad or disappointed with him, because George was never mad. He knew it was impossible for Lennie to comprehend most situations normally, and he accepted him for how he was. George’s only intention, ever, was to look out for his friend because Lennie couldn't do it
Dank memes are essential for my day, I share them to my friends and they laugh and it brings joy to me knowing laughter has enlighten their day. “True humor is fun-fit does not put down, kid, or mock. It makes people feel wonderful, not separate, different, and cut off.”- Hugh Prather. Laughing is my necessity in my day, maybe it’s not in my neighbor’s, but I will try my best to bring them joy. Laughter makes life ten times better, especially when it’s with close friends.
Human nature and pride show when an individual has traits of humanity, and responsibility is other needed. Atticus didn't give up on his visions throughout the novel, and this is very important to the younger readers, because his character was a role model to many. "Then Mr. Underwood’s meaning became clear: Atticus had used every tool available to free men to save Tom Robinson, but in the secret courts of men’s hearts, Atticus had no case. Tom was a dead man the minute Mayella Ewell opened her mouth and screamed," (Lee 82). This quote explains that not many people believed in Atticus, but he believed in himself and his case, and that's what mattered in the long run.
Harrison Bergeron By singling out one group of people or a single person, society creates an unequal and uncomfortable world. In the science fictional short story, “Harrison Bergeron” , written by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr, the author highlights that being different is not a bad thing, but others may judge you and think it is. Harrison Bergeron, at the cost of his own life, expresses his mysterious ways when the government takes him away and makes him ugly, but he proves to the world that he is confident and brave about his abnormal flaws and no matter how much the government judges, the truth will always be there for everyone to see. Bergeron demonstrates being mysterious at the beginning of the story by being taken by the government and not being heard from. “And it was in that clammy month that the H-G men took George and Hanzel Bergeron’s fourteen-year-old son, Harrison, away.” (Vonnegut Jr., 1) Due to Harrison’s mother’s low intelligence and Harrison’s father’s special handicap hearing aid, Harrison’s parents, George and Hazel, cannot think about their son for too long without their thoughts being
In the moment of weakness, Martin needs the support from his friends, especially Vicky. However, instead of being selfish and keeping Vicky around him, Martin thinks for Vicky's safety first. Martin pushes Vicky away from the trouble that Vicky might have if she continue close to him, and Martin pushes Vicky away the death which Heuro gets from gang violence. Martin loves his friend. Being trapped in confuse situation and emotion is the reason for Martin's behavior as what Mr.Mitchell says, " No, Martin, you are wrong about you.
The author provides a reader to the moral truth through the symbolism of the green girdle by revealing how men are human and capable of error. The truth of the story shows the virtues Sir Gawain lives by kept him from sleeping with the host’s wife; however, he values his life more than he realizes which causes him to enter the trap set by the green knight. The author wants a reader to realize everyone should remain conscious of their weaknesses and strive to be the best person they can be, but to not beat themselves up because people are merely human and will make
This convinces the audience to not denounce Staples as the suspect while also understanding the reasoning behind the other party’s actions. Through not convicting either person, Staples establishes his credibility in explaining the situation as a misunderstanding instead of a crime. Staples exhibits another instance as he states “these truths are no solace against the kind of alienation that comes of being ever the suspect.” This quote makes the audience feel compassionate towards the author because they perceive him to often be the victim of discrimination, against everyone else, through the inclusion of the word “alienation.” Staples later recalls his rough childhood, and the traumatic experience of losing his brother to gang violence in order to continually evoke comprehension from the audience regarding the impoverished youth that were “indistinguishable from the muggers who occasionally seeped into the area from the surrounding ghetto.” Staples includes this revelation in order to present the audience the fear those around him felt. He reminisces a situation when he encountered a woman of the street, demonstrating her fear by stating that “women are particularly vulnerable to street violence, and young black males are drastically