They promote good morals and values to their children. They help them lead and shape their future. The novel, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, shows us how a compassionate father acts and influences his children. Atticus Finch is a person of high respect and high values. He cares for his children, wants them to stand up for what is right, and teaches them crucial ethics.
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.
Atticus strives to be the best father he can possibly be, constantly enriching his children. Furthermore, Atticus undertakes numerous challenges in order to create a positive framework for his children 's portrayal of the world, by leading a true and positive existence. His strong morals are the foundations of his parenting. Atticus believes that only through his teachings can he facilitate his children to be the change they want to see in the world. In essence, love and his best intentions are
Maybe it was the fact that he was always his same humble and simple self in talking with the poor, orphans and prisoners as with kings, queens, presidents and diplomats. He left behind a legacy of love, unity and universal brotherhood in defiance with the individual differences people were born with, and that is what makes him the person who influenced not only Europe’s History, but the entire
In the humorous folktale entitled ‘The happy Mans shirt’, the king has proven to have shown several character traits. He has also demonstrated his loyalty towards his people, cares for his son and is dominant for his people. Firstly, the king has proven himself to be loyal towards his people and his son by treating the with respect. He has been loyal to his son as he was patient for the time when he would encounter a happy man as he knew that he would eventually encounter one. Another character trait that was greatly noticeable would be how much he cares for his son.
George is a Stage 4: The Mystic. In this movie Tim tells him, “You’re a good person, even when people aren’t looking.” Not to mention he raised money to start a scholarship, so kids less fortunate could have a chance to go to college and continue to play hockey. He stays in this stage throughout the movie, he stays caring and generous. I determine Tim to be a good person because even though he did steal his brother’s ID and badge, he used it to help the less fortunate. He found good and deserving people and gave them freedom, vision, and overall gave his life to save theirs.
They also inspired him by his parents being proud of him if he put in all of the effort he could. Colin Powell 's school inspired him also. Colin Powell 's school inspired him because it taught him all of the things he needed to know. Colin Powell 's school also inspired him because school taught him life lessons. Colin Powell 's job in the army inspired him.
Readers should be more compassionate toward George because of his relationship with Lennie; George sacrifices his personal wants, has to correct Lennie’s mistakes and eventually has to come to terms with the ultimate sacrifice. George is a knowledgeable man who has the opportunity to create a simple easy going life for himself. However, throughout the novel he remains loyal to Lennie and sacrifices his success of an improved
in his first experiment in the incorporation of the African American musical Motifs from the blues, jazz, and spirituals into his verse[endnoteRef:19]6. ?The Weary Blues? won first prize in a poetry contest sponsored by the African-American Magazine ?opportunity?[endnoteRef:20]6. It was maybe the first successful attempt to incorporate the blues into American poetry[endnoteRef:21]6. ?To the end of his life, Whitman?s verse poetry could and should be made out of the speech of ordinary Americans?[endnoteRef:22]6.
It’s been hard but I know I can be strong for him. We all love him and are gonna be strong for him. But we know that he’s in a better place. I know to just stay calm and love life while your here. My dad was an amazing father we all love him and miss him dearly.
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.
Dear Daddy, With your compassion, spirit; you always watched over us. With your patient spirit; you remind us to wait for the right man. With your lovely spirit; you showed us how to stand on our own. With your understanding spirit; you taught us to have strength and courage. Now, I can say proudly; you were a wonderful father.