Elizabeth is always true to herself and doesn 't hide from who she truly is. Abigail is a foil for Elizabeth due to their conflicting personalities and choices. The lesson to learn from these two is not to lie, do not push your luck beyond a certain limit, and be true to yourself. If the world or even just a few of its inhabitants learned these lessons, we could grow as a whole and lead a better and brighter future towards the next generation and leave our impact
Introduction Throughout the 20th century and even today, Disney has been a major part of children’s youth. When children are young, they can be taught anything and they learn it very quickly. In our society, young children learn the religion when they are so young. When the child watches a Disney cartoon or movie they tend to imagine what would it be like to have the life shown in Disney. Disney creates an imaginative land in the minds of the children that the can do whatever, and be whatever they want, they are only limited by their imagination.
The fairy tale of Snow White and the Seven Drawfs was the first Grimm Brothers’ fary tale that submerged into the scene on VHS for families to watch. Although, this version was not the original Grimm Brothers’s. But it was revisioned by a man named Walt Disney. Throughout the years many studios and film companies have created different twists and outlooks on the original piece of work to amuse the youth today. The fairy tale story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs has many different authors and variations that are told to young children growing up.
In Walt Disney’s The Lion King, a great amount of symbolism and life lessons teaches younger children and even adults exceptional things. Through the archetypes: wise old man, immortality, and symbolism of circles, Walt Disney’s The Lion King demonstrates that one’s past does not define their future.
One time I went to Florida and went to Disney world with my mom and dad and I wanted to ride ride 's there. I was 7 years old at the time and I was scared to ride the big ride 's and scary one 's there. When I got there I rode some but there was one ride it was the Haunted house, I was so scared because I don 't like being scared at all. When I went on they put people in a elevator and then it bring 's you to the ride, it was pretty scary but I learn to try knew thing 's out even if I wouldn 't have liked it. It 's good to try knew thing 's or you 'll regret it later for not doing it.
You have to find the redeeming quality and love the person for that.” Therefore, this taught me to stay positive even in the worst situations. Another example was when Jeanette was young. She depended on her drunk father and hopeless mother to actually find a way to help them get the perfect life. They never ended up giving Jeanette the life she deserved, so she had to work to get it by herself, which she ended up doing.
Stargirl Caraway is self-confident, curious, independent, and happy being herself. She did not need to change her character or appearance if she was okay being authentic. In fact, Stargirl didn’t want to be popular, but she changed for Leo. For example, “She constantly quizzed me about what other kids would do, would buy, would say, would think.” (Spinelli 142).
She always stood strong in the face of adversity and never gave up what she believed in. Moreover, Mama’s plant was another way the playwright showed us how strong Mama’s beliefs were. Mama always wanted a garden to grow beautiful
Lena, whose dream is for her family to be realistically happy in their lives, is the most deserving of her dream because it is realistic, non-self-centered, non-genreric, and Lena is the most deserving herself. Lena Younger’s dream is the most deserving because it is the most realistic
He loved puppets ever since he was little. He even quoted “The most sophisticated people I know- inside they are all children” Also, “My hope is still to leave the world a bit better than when I got here. Which means that he wanted to make a difference in the world, and he sure did. Jim Henson was a great innovator.
He made a world where innocence is cherished, good beats evil, and love triumphs all, each of which are important King’s ideals, and life lessons. He also paved the way for the film industry, for films that can teach children about morals, and about the right way to live. In addition, he created relatable characters. Anyone can look at a Disney film and be able to relate to them, watch them follow their dreams, and learn that they themselves can do the same. Walt Disney is a strong role model, and would be a perfect fit for a house at King’s because he continually shot for the stars and aimed for the impossible, and he
Though she never really paid attention to the commercial itself, her and her siblings would always sing the jingles. It took time to warm up, but the Hi-Fi allowed fun times for her and her brothers and sisters. She remembers cooling down on the tile floor in the living room while listening to the radio and chatting with her family members. The radio had the power to bring everyone together because there was always something on that they all could enjoy. Today, the radio does not bring the joy it did when my grandmother was younger.
Thank you for valuing yourself, for making yourself your own priority, for valiantly following your unconventional dream that would bring home, and sense of belonging to a lot of kids that feel alienated. Thank you for standing up for your stance, it is tough and there’s a long way to go, but you’ll get there. Thank you for smiling and showing everyone, mentally ill girls have a lot of reasons to smile. Lastly, thank you for existing because your kindness is never overrated. You are valued.