Danny even defended his dad’s style of teaching in front of his best friend, Reuven. Family loyalty is obvious in how Danny treats his dad, how Reuven confides in his father, and how Reb Saunders loves his son despite all his faults. Firstly, although his dad, Reb Saunders, did not give Danny many reasons to like him, Danny still loved him and defended his dad. At times, Danny might seem to despise Reb Saunders, but at the end of the day, he still loves him. For instance, after Reuven met Reb Saunders for the first time and got intimidated by him, Danny stood up for his dad.
Even though Chucho did something against his father’s values, José forgave Chucho. This scene clearly showcases José’s value for his family. The film ends with the scene of José looking at Chucho’s photo and looking up to the clouds and exhaling the feeling that God has been good to his family and him. Regardless of how they viewed and treated their children, they did overlap in some aspect. A feature they both shared was their love for their wife.
John Proctor loves his wife, this we already know but Proctor learned how much he loved her and what he was willing to do as mentioned in the play. “… A man will not cast away his good name you surly know that.” “I have made a bell of my honor! I have rung the doom of my good name- you will believe me, Mr. Danforth! My wife is innocent,
We are all protective of each other but we also are have much fun together. The Odyssey shows loyalty like a family too. Loyalty in The Odyssey is extremely important and prevalent virtue as it is shown by Penelope’s hopefulness, Odysseus’s perseverance, and other characters’ almost unrecognized acts of homage. The largest act of loyalty is shown by Penelope with her hope for the life of her husband, Odysseus. One way in the story that Penelope
In Heroes of the Holocaust Preben saved all those people because his friends did, people supported him, and he knew that is was the right thing to do. Preben’s family and friends liked what he did so it encouraged him more to what he does and not give up. “I would be very disappointed in you if you didn’t want to help” (Zullo 177). Preben’s Grandmother was proud of him for saving people and helping out and it encourages him to do it even more. “Stand up and show that you will not be beat” (Zullo 162).
He made good moral decisions and bettered not only himself, but also the family around him. Unlike some of the earlier African-American television families, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air portrayed a loving, although flawed family. They always supported each other, including Will’s mom. Will’s mother, although she was mostly absent, loved her son enough to send him away to a safer place where he could be raised properly. This sitcom emphasized positive African-American
Dunia is attractive and many men are interested in her, but she is not vain or selfish. Dunia is intelligent and independent, but very patient and good-spirited. Dunia has the same hardships as Raskolnikov, and yet she perseveres and maintains a good outlook and her strength. Her strength of loyalty, intelligence, and morality can be seen throughout the novel. She never gives up hope on her brother and she wants to do her best to help him.
The speaker is positive about it because she explains how she gets over the little problems in life. Also, the author write about reaching landings This represents something good happening, such as reaching a goal or striving an aspiration. This is positive because the speaker gives an example of something good happening in their life. The poem "Mother to Son" has a positive tone because the author writes about how the mother never gave up, even when times were
In the Nonfiction novel written by Mitch Albom, “Tuesdays With Morrie” tells of this author’s experiences with Mitch’s old professor, Morrie. Mitch recalls his experiences with Morrie very personal and impacted his life in a positive manner. Once it was time for Mitch to graduate, he promised his friend that they would stay in contact and continue to strengthen their relationship. Unfortunately, Mitch got caught in the trap of life and lost contact with his old professor for 16 years, until one day Mitch was flipping through channels on his T.V. and sure enough, there his old friend sat.
First, love is able to comfort many characters in times of doubt. Throughout the book, Lucie worries about her father, but he always reassures her that he is well. For instance, Lucie worries that her father might not be happy about her marriage to Charles Darnay. Her father comforts her by stating, “My future is far brighter, Lucie, seen through your marriage, than it could have been—nay, than it ever was—without it"(193). Mr. Lorry and Miss Pross also comfort Lucie out of great care and loyalty to her and her family.
Arnold works hard to make his friends. He sticks up to himself and doesn’t bully others even though he has been many times. Another time Arnold is kind to his friend is when he is talking about Rowdy, “It makes me think of Rowdy. I missed him so much. I wanted to find him, and hug him and beg him to forgive me for leaving(217).” He and Rowdy have been friends for a long time and that is because Arnold appreciates him.