Like he was very humble and gentle even the worst scenarios of his life, I never saw him in an aggressive mood, and he always had a smile on his face. He loves everyone and desperately tried to help everyone, in return he was the most lovable personality of my school. He never underestimates the weak and bad students and works hard for the weak students and allows them to take extra classes after school without any charge. He was the most influential person in my life as I always want to be like him in my life and
Nick always admire his father, one of the things Nick’s father passed along to him was "Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, just remember that all the people in this world haven 't had the advantages that you 've had" (1.2). Nicks parents though him not to show off what he has and always think
At first, it appears that Siddhartha has everything a person could want and more; he was beloved by his society, family, and friends and excels at everything that he attempts. However, he was disenchanted by this lifestyle and felt he could never truly reach the enlightenment he desired and wanted to venture out and find it. Despite this, his father did not want him to leave, he wanted Siddhartha to find the enlightenment within the Brahim religion like he was suppose to. Siddhartha was not having it and wanted to break away from his fathers hold and eventually he was able to. The wise believer traveled from religion and teachers to new ones every time he became disenchanted with a society and was desperately trying to find the religion or philosophy that would help him achieve it.
Most of his struggles come from when he says that no one helped him in the Trojan War and that he did everything himself. All of these struggles that Odysseus goes through help him realize that the gods help him a lot and it teaches him to be thankful. The fact that Odysseus gets affected by grand events helps him become a better hero by teaching him that he can not do everything on his own and helps him be
His entire life people had looked at him and scorned him because he was different then his brothers, and he finally understood why. Equality was a man with a different appearance than his brothers, and he was looked down on for it. Equality was a man with a greater intelligence than his brothers, but he was nearly killed for it. Equality was a man that was different from his brothers in almost every way, and it lead to the discovery of something great. The ability for a man to be individual and to be able to think, speak, and act for themselves and be different is what was and always will be the greater good for all of
Louie’s success was achieved by many values. The first value that was key to his success was morality. His brother Pete played a huge part in teaching Louie about his morals. He was the major reason why Louie changed his bad habits when he was a child. Pete was the perfect son; an athlete and a straight A student.
Hoppie Groenewald was the character most compelling because of his kindness and inspiration he showed to Peekay. Peekay is just a little kid in the beginning and is not treated the way a kid should be, Hoppie is the first one outside the family to show him respect and a genuine smile. He encouraged Peekay to be strong; he gave solid advice and hope that the little man can win, for example when it came to fighting he always said, “First with the head then with the heart, that is how a man stays ahead from the start”(Courtenay 103). Life as young Peekay is nothing but struggles, sorrow, and every now and then a happy event. Due to his young age at the time he does not understand what courage and pride is, even after asking Big Hettie, “I wasn’t
Athens, at the time, was undoubtedly the most civilized society, but that never seemed to be the cause of any sort of bragging; it only opened up the potential for Athens to receive praise. For instance, Pericles states (in contrast to Sparta) on one occasion that “there is a difference, too, in [their] educational systems. The Spartans, from their earliest boyhood, are submitted to the most laborious training in courage; [the Athenians] pass our lives without all these restrictions, and yet are just as ready to face the same dangers as they are.” Pericles appears to be prideful about the treatment, education, and enforcement of Athenians (people and trainees) in terms of their military. The second speech, “The Perils of Indifference”, by Elie Wiesel directly addresses people with a high position in the world of U.S. politics at the time of the speech deliverance: President Clinton, Mrs. Clinton, members of the Congress, Ambassador Holbrooke, etc. However, there is an underlying message to people who are bystanders.
Everyone has a game, Enders game is the battle school and his goal was to be the best so people would finally leave him alone. Ender wanted to be so good that no one would dare to challenge him and so no-one would be able to ignore him. Until the teachers started changing the rules. I can relate due to the fact that people made fun of and bullied me and I still do from time to time, but that changed by getting good at sports. I was blessed with a big body and a lot of strength but not much coordination or talent.
McCandless and Westerberg 's relationship began when, as an act of kindness, Westerberg decided to employ the young man. This soon evolved to be something more than a employer-employee relationship. Initially, Westerberg wanted to help McCandless and "take the kid under his wing," as it is mentioned on page 14. As time passed by, McCandless proved to be a hard and ethical worker which made Westerberg respect and even admire him. Westerberg is a very observant man and he appreciated all the good qualities he was able to see in Alex.