Walt Masters and Farah Ahmedi they show their compassion by helping others and fleeing off to find safety, and other people are thankful for those acts. Masters demonstrates bravery when he made it to Dawson with Loren Hall to save Loren Hall's claim. Farah Ahmedi shows compassion because she had the courage to find a person to help her on her journey. She lasted the long walk and the terrible circumstances like her prosthetic leg, to escape Afghanistan. These two characters share compassion, bravery, empathy, and kindness to all people.
Katniss was desperate for food and was on the verge of giving up but still had an ounce of hope which paid off in the long run and now she knows that she can survive because of the events in her childhood that happened to give her hope and let her survive. When Katniss needed direction to not get killed by the District 2 girl she just trusted her instincts which almost got her killed but helped her live too. Imagine losing your hearing if you were a hunter, that would be devastating, but once more Katniss trusted and held on to the little hope she had to survive. The Hunger Games as a whole has a good amount of themes, but survival is one of the more important themes because even though humans in the modern age don’t use the same survival skills used in the Games humans still have to be able to survive the current world even if it means to sacrifice something else. Finally let me ask you again after reading all that Katniss had to go through, what can you survive if it meant life or
Competitor from other territory knows that too, so everyone who survive in the battle will try their best to get the rescue goods. However, to rescue her only companion Peta, Katniss still try to get a bundle for him although Peta ask him to stay and she knows how hard this challenge will be. That's really brave for a girl; this typical episode in the movie will surely be enough to tell everyone how brave this girl
On the other hand, Moana, is a young girl who tries to help save her island, Motonui, and her people and family by using her water powers to bring back the heart of Futi, but also experiences some trouble on her journey home. Throughout their journeys, both heroes, Odysseus and Moana, demonstrate that a true hero is one who love and treasures their family and people. Throughout their trials, both Moana and Odysseus have a special mentor to help them throughout the tough parts of their journey. For instance, Moana gets the help from a friend named Maui, a demigod, who had stolen the heart of Te Fiti.
With the guidance of her three older sisters, Mate has formed her true identity. Mate does not back down for what she believes in, no matter what the consequences are. She has used this quality to make a positive change for her country, her family, and herself. In the Time of the Butterflies has larger implications on the world as a whole because standing up for one’s beliefs is something everyone should try to do. This book inspires others to stay strong and not back down no matter
Article Review The article ´´ Surviving Rescue: A Feminist Reading of Scott O’Dell’s Island of the Blue Dolphins´´ by Diann L. Baecker published in Children’s Literature in Education in 2007 critically analyzes the content and main character of Island of the Blue Dolphins. The analysis includes a feminist approach and focuses on the theme of survival.
Getting a new loving home and leaving a shelter with small cage space is probably the best feeling ever, and she did that for them. She knew that would be amazing for the dogs in the shelter, so she got those dogs a home and made her community (and many dogs) very happy. Craig Kielburger follows this trait because Pakistan was having unfair rights for people with poverty, slaves and not having equal rights, and not being able to speak up. He helped to get people a better life by bringing people out of poverty, children not being forced to work, and to give people rights to make them feel like a human. He made Pakistan a better place and helped many people along the
In the story “The Leap,” Anna’s daughter tells the story of how her mother put all of her fear and pain behind to save her child. If the story of the death of Anna’s first husband and her unborn child is enough, the narrator adds in the story of when her mother saved her life, but brought back the pain and suffering of her past, before her second daughter. This story is a perfect example of the losses a mother will do to protect her child in the time of a disaster. Anna and her daughter moves people to realize how important their parents
People face many obstacles in life and it’s the way they overcome them that truly defines them as a person. In both stories, we read the characters had to deal with adversity, but they battle through and prevailed. In the novel So Far from the Bamboo Grove by Yoko Kawashima Watkins, the Kawashima family goes on a long journey to safety at the end of World War II. The other story, A Work in Progress by Aimee Mullins, details the challenges Aimee Mullins faced having no legs. People overcome obstacles by finding their true strength within mentally and physically and fight through hardships with support.
Barbara Jordan’s Resilience The strength of family is having a role model who can tell the young how they went through life and their mistakes to what got them there so the young could learn from. With this it is important to know that everyone goes through different challenges which aids them in different ways. All these lessons are handed down to daughters and sons so they too can learn from those lessons. Barbara Jordan a woman who held her ground is a lady many can learn from.
The movie Blackfish is a documentary about Orca whales and their abhorrent treatment throughout SeaWorld’s history, detailing how the whales should be freed from their enclosures and sent back into the oceans where they belong to protect not only themselves, but to the trainers and visitors of SeaWorld as well. Blackfish revolves around one Orca named Tilikum, at 12,000 pounds he was the dominant one at SeaWorld. However, Tilikum’s public murder of three trainers changed the way people looked at SeaWorld. Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite released a documentary in 2013 titled Blackfish detailing SeaWorld’s horrific treatment of its marine animals, especially the Orcas, in captivity. Ms. Cowperthwaite’s vision of Blackfish entailed “reaching
Real courage is when you grow up and become who you really are. In To Kill a Mockingbird, there is a boy, Jem and a girl, Scout. They are brother and sister. They live in a small town in Alabama called Maycomb. Jem is normal boy.
Heroes in “I am a Soldier, Too” A couple working hard so that, one day, their children can have a good life. A nurse going out of her way to make sure a patient is cared for properly. A king abdicating his throne so that his country can become a democracy. Heroism comes in many different forms and acts.
Courage is the ability to do something that frightens you. Many people in society claim to have courage when they seem to be scared of showing their true colors. A person that I know that has courage is a character in the book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. That character is Katniss Everdeen. She shows courage by volunteering for The Hunger Games instead of her sister who had to go.