We become aware to the acceptance of powerful women, and how even if you are strong it is okay to need help. We learn that not all men will treat us fairly, but when we find the one who sees us equally and treats us with respect then we know to not let him go. Shows like “Reign” are extremely helpful in expressing these lessons and they teach us without making the point of their lessons so poignant and forced that they settle in over time and help us understand more about ourselves and our cultures as we look back on the episodes. In conclusion, I would like to say that I respect Traister’s opinion and she argued her side very well, but I hope that I have made it clear that my views on the subject include women can be strong, but don’t only have to rely on other women for comfort, and men; while they can be sexist pigs; there are some who will treat women as equals and they aren’t just there to be fools that make the audience laugh. Pop culture is changing how we view gender roles and they are leading us closer and closer to finally seeing each other as
I strive every day to instill in them respect and appreciation for all living things as this is one of my core values. I teach and encourage them to be open-minded and to find the beauty in the unique differences in others. I am mindful to not tell them their wives will be annoyed with them when they get married if they continue to leave their socks in the floor. Instead, I tell them their significant other will be annoyed, as I do want my children to think their sexual orientation should affect how others relate to them. I encourage them to like/love no matter nationality, race, sexual orientation, etc.
Franklin claims that he has been living long enough to see errors that he made, therefore as he grow older, he tend to “doubt of [his] own judgment” because nobody is perfect due to his past experiences (43). The informations that Franklin presents is to show his reputation that he is not perfect, also his constitution but he is open minded and willing to make what is best for the people. The perspective errors of the constitution have, is being “sacrificed to the public good” meaning all the flaw that constitution have will not be reveal to the people (44). Franklin is very passion about what is best for the people and their happiness, furthermore his characteristic is very respectful toward the citizen and the congress.
When Sarah lost her dreams of being a lawyer as well as her later desires to become a wife, she felt that the only power she held was with prayer (Kidd). We are all more like this than we care to realize. Even though we may realize there is something wrong with the world, we stand back and hope for the best. We do this by prayer, or by social media’s ‘like if you wish for world peace,’ or by simply complaining to our peers about the tragedies in our time. These are not bad things to do, but they become decidedly unhelpful when we choose to not take further action.
Must be able to look into the future of a situation, and never ask their servants to do anything that may compromise the future. This means that the servant leader always strives to help protect his followers from anything that may happen in the future. While some people may not refer to servant leadership as a form of mind control, that is the furthest statement from the truth. They have the power to control their subordinates into doing almost anything for them, which is truly a form of mind control. Becoming a servant leader will change ones life dramatically as they have the power to control individuals in an all new respectful and aware way.
Imagine a perfect world where everyone is accepted for who they are, no matter their differences. Unfortunately, that is not always how things work. No matter how hard people try to forgive and forget the past, some people cannot find it in themselves to move on. While Samsong is able to overlook his past friend’s faults, the Wife cannot see through the life altering changes she has found in her husband. In the short stories, Cranes by Hwang Sunwon, and The Wife’s Story by Ursula K. Le Guin, both differ vastly in their settings and characters, however, they share similar internal conflicts.
I understand that the person leaving me should not have to apologize for leaving because I would only want what is best for that person. With each death that occurs, I accept that this person’s time is up and that they are happy, even if it destroys me inside because I know the joy of seeing that loved one happy out weights the pain I
In the meantime, they will pay much attention about heroes’ actions and behaviours, even some unobtrusive actions. So, it is no doubt that when the heroes make some bad actions, their fans are definitely going to follow it. In my experience, learning bad things are more effectively than good things. Therefore, the situation is more likely occur to our young people. The point we have is the advanced learning ability.
Have you ever wondered if chivalry was still alive today? For those of you who don’t know what chivalry is, chivalry is the act of religion, moral, and social code. We all may have different opinions of whether not chivalry is still alive today and how we view it. In Excalibur there are more than 3 examples of chivalry, but in this essay, only three are going to be talked about. One example is when King Arthur decides to go fight lancelot instead of having his knights go for him.
Chivalrous: a word to describe a knight of courtesy, generosity, dexterity in arms, and honor of God and their people. Despite the knightly chivalry of the three men, Sir Lancelot, King Arthur, and Sir Gawain showed aspects that were not considered chivalrous such as kissing the lord's wife, being disloyal to God and not keeping promises. These three men of medieval literature show complexity of chivalry and honor along with instances of betrayal and mistakes. These men exemplify qualities of chivalry and their instances of non-chivalric behavior helped them in the end. Sir Lancelot is a character from the great stories of Medieval Romance who was advanced in fighting.
Is Chivalry Alive Today? Anonymous once said, “Chivalry is not dead, it just isn’t required anymore.” Many people argue that chivalry is in fact still alive, but it just isn’t taught in the world today. As the world keeps growing, the news generation of kids are not learning and are losing the idea of being chivalrous. Many of today’s teens grow up not knowing what having chivalry means.