I watch her fill up her children's mind with imagination and wonder. I watch Danaka inspire her kids the way I was inspired. I wish to become a mother like her, a mother that cares without a resistance, and loves unconditionally. My sister loves the world around her, she has always wanted to make the world a better place. She has inspired me to help those in need, and love those who are broken.
At this point, the individual has solid and stable decision about what values, beliefs, and goals are more important to them and what motivation will guide their life after a period of active exploration and intense commitment. In order to reach identity achievement, the person must feel positive and self-assured respecting their principles and decisions. Studies done have proved that individuals in the state of achievement are healthier than others on distinct aspects such as achievement motivation, moral reasoning, intimacy with peers, and career maturity. By way of illustration, a young lady that has voted for the first time, but she didn’t do it before reading about all the contestants and what they believe about the recent issues that the country is facing such as gun control and what is best for her and her community. Besides, she decided what is the best candidate according to her beliefs and values.
Most importantly, she taught her parents the importance of family and love. Lastly, Hannah emphasized how short life can be, specifically in the eyes of her mother. The relationship between Hannah 's soul teachings and her community 's power of love resulted in a better-quality life for everyone
That being said, we can see how outside of this circumstance, it may have been difficult to single out Cushing’s for Sara. For starters, we see she is a very optimistic young lady, and prior to isolating herself from them, she also has/had a very supportive set of family and friends (which also is extremely important). She also unbeknownst to herself was inadvertently giving herself therapy in a way, by choosing a career with a volunteerism component (Taylor, 2012). While the reality of the stress of the disease and everything that she was going to, Sara was already maintaining a somewhat emotionally balanced lifestyle that could adequately support her through this, as well as set the stage for more resiliency after her surgery was completed. Some of Sara’s decline could have very well been the initial separation from people that came from the assignment in Ethiopia.
This is another example of Ma Joads characterization and a development she had. It also shows just how strong Ma has become, and she is considered a symbol of human love, it is a love of family as a whole above all others that she practices. As the family's economic situation worsens, Ma can do nothing to keep them together. This was proven by the fact Granma and Granpa had died before the family made it to California despite her efforts to keep her family whole. In conclusion, Ma Joad is a character that throughout the book grows as a symbol of human love.
Determine to what extent rose is an empowering model for women. Rose is a very honest and kind person but she also has her limits like everyone else in the story does. She has shown that not only she is a loving mother and wife she is very strong. What makes her a good role model for women is that she sacrificed her goals and dreams for her family. She was committed to being a good mother and wife.
Steinbeck portrays Rose of Sharon as a mother Mary-like figure for the Joad family, and their society, through developing her character as a nurturing symbol of hope and new beginnings. Rose of Sharon’s baby was a long awaited symbol of hope for the Joad family. The promise of new life had kept them inspired even through the darkest of times, but when they child was a stillborn, the Joad family seemed to lose all hope. Rose of Sharon spends the majority of the book under the shadow of her mother, but after losing her child, Rose of Sharon steps up to make her own decision: “Rose of Sharon loosened one side of the blanket and bared her breast. ‘You got to,’ she said.
Supplementing power into the mother’s lives gave both stories a positive outcome. Lily experienced safety once she gained power over her household and ridded a threat. The other mother felt fearless once she understood how to use the power she had been given to take care of her
(Gibbons 98) Ellen has now set a goal for herself, she wants the foster mother to take her in, she will do anything to impress her, by showing how well behaved and clean she is. She is going to try her best. Comparatively children her age would not be worrying about dressing the best, and acting the most well behaved, because they have their parents to take care of them, but this is a huge deal for Ellen because it will make a big difference of how she will live. This puts Ellen ahead of the rest of her peers. Even though there is a possibility this may not happen she still holds onto hope.
Madelynn is very fond of the career path she has chosen, which is the most admirable thing about her. Coming of age is a young person's transition from being a child to being an adult. In this interview we learned about Madelynn's journey through the process of coming of age. We learned her how teachers showed her how to mature. Which is one reason why, Madelyn Olivia Varnado is such a amazing candidate for this field in