It gets your heart healthier because running makes your heart beat faster. Lacrosse also makes your lungs expand, which is healthy for you. You expand your lungs whenever you are running. Lastly you do a lot of stretching. Stretching is healthy because it helps stop you from pulling a muscle.
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This is the best moment of the book in my opinion because it again demonstrates that not only is anything possible, but that hard work comes with a reward.. Joshua Foer started off only one year ago learning key techniques for memorization, knowing that there were many other geniuses on the other side of the world. He worked very hard to not only improve his memorization, but master it. In the end he won the USA memory championship and showed that hard work pays
This example reveals that even though Atticus knows he is going to lose, he wants to do everything in his power to give Tom the best chance in case justice prevails. Also, he was emotionally invested in this case, and he knew that his conscience would not allow him to do what was not right, regardless of others’ opinions. Heroes generally go against what is expected, stay true to their morals, and always persevere, no matter how dire the outcome is expected to be. These are the exact traits that Atticus exhibits by representing Tom, which is why he is a modern-day hero. Despite Atticus’ best efforts, and Tom’s apparent innocence, Tom is found guilty of rape.
This shows Atticus’s ambition because he knows what the outcome of the case will be. He also realizes the backlash we will receive from the community and the blow that his reputation will be but he doesn’t care because he believes that every man deserves a chance no
It’s when you know you’re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what. You rarely win, but sometimes you do,” Atticus quietly implies.Atticus is trying to show Jem not look at someone and suppose they need to look like a warrior to be brave. It is the battles fought within one’s self which show true courage. In short, Atticus has a consistent belief in man’s good nature despite all of the criticism direct toward
Men crave the order of violence with rules and attach elevated importance to such contests in part because so much of life is entirely unjust and oppressive. Violence is not something one, no matter one 's level of expertise, can actually plan for. I can think of many tough young men dead young now. The symbolism of the ring, or the octagon gain resonance because they appeal to our desperate need for order out of the desperate appearance of chaos, for a struggle, if not for a taste of our hero 's invulnerability, for a portion of his honor and nobility. Gorn ties this drive, over time, to the class struggle both in England and America, and how the working class who fought for workers rights often identified closely with great fighters and bare-knuckle boxers.
This passage clearly shows how Kino and Juana make decisions that are important throughout the whole book. Actually, Juana makes the wise decisions in the book. On the other hand, Kino makes the bad decisions. Because he is a “man”, he can do whatever he wants. That is the disadvantage of living in a traditional
Beowulf and Thor are very similar in terms of personality, morals, and the way they think things should be done. They are both very strong men and they have the need to control every little thing and how things should work out. They are both very arrogant and they like to brag Thor does not want to listen to what anyone wants to say while Beowulf does not have to listen to anyone because he already has a firm grasp of what his culture is like and what is to be expected of him. Thor on the other hand has a lot to learn he has to understand how to be a good king so he can serve his people correctly. Beowulf already knows how to do those things because he grew up learning the ways of the Anglo Saxons.
This, as Márquez Villanuena states is “the most important confidential statement made to the read” due to its self reflecting nature, works together will the sympathy and identification with Lazarillo during the hardships of his young to give a symbolic and universal value to the protagonist. The fact that Lazarillo becomes so morally reprehensible can therefore be seen to represent Lazarillo as a parable of all men in society. Even the lack of details concerning his moral fall acts to treat errors of society rather than of the individual—by not personalising the fall, and remaining extremely brief and vague (“Y por esto y por otras cosillas que no digo, salí del”) the author asks the readers previously manipulated into identifying with Lazarillo if they too will continue on the same moral trajectory, as the reader cannot now apply ‘situational ethics’ to justify Lazarillo’s decline since we are given no context, no
Atticus strongly believes that all should be treated equally. Overall, he is a good man. Proof of Atticus’s traits are shown in this section. “You’ve got everything to lose from this, Atticus. I mean everything.” “Do you really think so?” This was Atticus’s dangerous question……..“Link, that boy might go to the chair, but he’s not going till the truth’s told.” Atticus’s voice was even.