One can never truly get to know another until they acquire their trust. This could not be any more true in the movie “Finding Forrester”. The story is told through the lens of Jamal Wallace, an extremely gifted basketball player with cautiously suppressed intelligence. Jamal’s talents begin to show when he finally finds a mentor, William Forrester, he trusts will respect his intelligence. A private school takes notice of his skills, especially on the court, and recruits him to attend.
It was the year of 1870 in northwestern Montana. A group of Lone Eaters, a small band of Blackfeet Indians are trying to overcome the presence of the Napikwan-white men that threatens their existence. The Lone Eaters are like a lion that's protects his group. They protect their camp from the bad attacks, and the people that fight to protect earn respect. In addition, when people respect someone, that someone acts differently than when they had no respect from others.
In The Road by Cormac McCarthy, the significance of truth is what the boy has come to believe along their journey, which is that himself and his father are the “good guys” and the people they encounter along the road are the “bad guys”. Throughout the book the boy continuously asks his father things like “are we still the good guys?” and “were they the bad guys?” and his father continues to give him validation and goes on to tell him that they are the good guys and everyone else they see is bad. I feel that throughout the story the boy comes to realize that they are not the good guys because he sees the way his father treats those innocent people that they have encountered, but he thinks it is necessary that he believes him and his father are
William Forrester is a famous author that Jamal turns to who helps him enrich his writing. Jamal, is a 16 year old boy who loves to play basketball with his friends at the nearby park. They often see William watching them outside of their window. One of Jamal friends dared him to retrieve an item from William’s apartment. But, not until William finds him sneaking into his apartment Trust is hard to earn when you try to steal from someone, such as William.
I have found that in life, many people have trust from their friends and family. But, what people don't get is that you have to earn that trust from the people you love. With every bad decision you make, can make you lose more and more trust from your friends and family. In the story “Your Move” by Eve Bunting James a ten year old boy that is trying to get accepted into a gang while watching his six year old brother Isaac. James learns during the story that making the right decision can earn you trust from your friends and family.
Everyone has at least one person in their life who they trust. Whether it be a lot, or just a little bit of trust. The author of the novel, The Road, portrays this very well. The author uses literary devices, such as imagery and connotation to help the reader get a sense of the strong, but doomed bond that is shared between the two main characters in this book.
Unexpected breaches of trust are a recurring theme in Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon. For example, Milkman attempts to plunder Pilate’s house, despite his close connection with and adulation for her, to cater to his selfish desire for gold. Similarly, Guitar nearly murders Milkman due to his delusions and his own ambitions to obtain the gold. However, one instance of this idea is arguably the most prominent: Macon’s discovery of Dr. Foster’s foibles, and the incestuous relationship between Dr. Foster and Macon’s wife, Ruth. Through the drastic changes in Macon’s personality this leads to, this subplot demonstrates the effects of a betrayal of trust.
Building a trustworthy foundation takes a lot of time and effort to make it work. Training might even be necessary to build the trust. In the story I am the Cheese Adam has trouble figuring out who he can trust, and who could be someone that would threaten his life if he told them to much. Adam runs into this problem a few times throughout the story. Most of the time he is thinking weather it is fine to tell the person information or not.
The evaluation is the final part of my three mandatory written pieces of my graded unit. The final evaluation stage of the graded unit requires me to reflect on how the activity went, whilst highlighting my strengths, areas that require future development and identify my weaknesses, this, in turn, will enable me to adapt my practice to ensure I am continuously supporting patients to the standards set within The Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC). Looking back on the activity, I am proud of myself for being able to plan and follow the activity through to complication. When completing the book with Mr X I found it to be an enjoyable activity that not only offered benefits to Mr X but also to myself, it allowed me to understand the importance of building a therapeutic relationship with a patient. Building a successful therapeutic relationship required me to have good communication and interpersonal skills, (Radcliffe and Ford, 2015), that allowed me to build a relationship with Mr X based on mutual trust and respect.
In different times of life, we are faced with people and circumstances which we can trust or doubt. Trust is a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone, but some people do not know how to handle it very well. Some people argue that trust may be very sensitive because once a person lose it, it might be very hard to get it back. Doubt is a feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction. It is a central factor of the play Doubt by John Patrick Stanley.