He changed after a bishop shows him to be an honest man and to give his soul to God. Jean Valjean was transformed into an honest man through being humble, keeping his promise to Fantine of saving Cosette, and telling the truth about being the convict, Jean Valjean. Jean Valjean found Cosette important because he escaped the galleys after he was caught again while being mayor. Cosette also showed him a second white vision in his life the vision was love. Jean Valjean valued “the inseparable” because it was a reminder about Cosettes’ childhood and innocence.
While this is a pivotal moment in his life, he makes his decision without much difficulty, as all of his previous experiences strengthen his emotional courage to prepare him for this moment. Fincher’s use of a low-angle shot of Benjamin before he leaves gives the sense that he is not worried or hesitant; he remains confident in the decision he made. That being said, making the decision to leave also helps to further develop his emotional courage by making him realize the importance of moving on and living life without regrets. While he does continue to worry for Daisy and his daughter after he leaves, he does not let that become a central part of his life. Instead, he accepts the fact that they had gone their separate ways and starts living life to the fullest, using his time to travel the world and to do as he please.
He deserves loyalty from his crew because he tries to save them, he forgets about his needs, and does not actively put them in danger. Even though Odysseus puts his crew in bad situations at times. Well throughout the journey Odysseus figures out new ways to save and find his way back home. Even when his crew tries to ruin his journey he still keeps an open mind and will do anything for them. And as Mario Puzo once said, “The strength of a family, like the strength of an army, lies in its loyalty to each other.” They have to figure out that they need to use each other to make everything come together even when times get hard and everything becomes scarce we need to work come together as one and realize what is actually happens.
No matter what. No. No matter what.” (McCarthy 128). Carrying the fire is always associated with being the “good guys” throughout the novel, but in this quote the man specifically outlines what makes someone good or bad. For example, not eating people is part of being a “good guy”, furthermore, carrying the fire comes to mean having basic human and moral decency.
Most twelve -year -old worries are schoolwork, or chores, but the worries of Iqbal Masih were far more serious. The novel, Iqbal, by Francesco D’Adamo is a fictional story based on true events. The main characters, Fatima, Iqbal, and Maria were taken from their families at a young age and were forced to do slave labor to pay off the debt their family owed to money lenders. Iqbal was the only fearless one who was brave enough to stand up to their cruel master. When Iqbal escaped the first time he returned with police, who were corrupt, and easily paid off; when he escaped the second time, he returned with sincere people who locked their master, Hussain Khan, away and rescued the children.
Mr.Porter definity grew more confident throughout the movie, which is because he proved his worth to everyone. When Mr. Porter slipped on ice I was very worried then relieved as I saw Shelly come to help. He got up without her help because he is very independent which I found quite annoying, I understand why he liked to be independent but it 's only normal to ask for help. Another incident was when the little boy was afraid of him, during this time I felt really bad and realize all the pain he must have felt. I believe has a truly a strong person for all that he went through.
When we aware somebody’s need, we either prefer to help or we prefer not to. If we sympathize with them, we will offer kindness and at the same time a gracious connection is made. This is the positive power that each of us possess. Moreover, this is the most powerful act of generosity because true generosity is pure and giving any without expectation and no demand to be repaid. Random acts of kindness are the essential and vital to human well-being as they set us free from isolation, egoism and selfishness.
But at the end it also leaves you with a little bit of hope that somewhere down the line the ordinary man can and must make a difference in this crooked country. The candle light gathering at the end where the entire nation unites for justice for Jessica gives a satisfactory feeling that everything is going to be all right and we must never lose hope. All Amit Trivedi’s tracks especially ‘Dilli Dilli’ give an adrenaline rush and feeling of courage to the audience. It motivates the ordinary man to fight for what is right. Raj Kumar has done a good job with the dialogues.
Rex wanted to give his family everything that they deserved and to Jeanette that meant he would keep his word. On page 157, the foundation they had dug for the glass castle had started to fill with garbage and that showed Jeanette that it was an unrealistic idea that he would follow through on something. Jeannette, the protagonist, was just like her dad, and she adored him. She knew he wasn’t perfect but he was still a good dad. All she wanted was to help him ,at one point she asked him to stop drinking as her birthday present.
That purpose is to bring glory and honor to his name through out our lives til we can see him face to face. We has humans have fallen and have strayed away from God, but God knew that and was already preparing for the solution of our fall. ”For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. “ (Jeremiah 29:11) Nothing is new to God. He will always have the perfect plan for all