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.
In his diary entry, Steve uses the word ‘real’ because he wants people to see the non-superficial side of him. Steve desires people to not ask him or see him, but look into his heart. His wording shows that he doesn’t know who he is and therefore believes he is a Monster as Ms. Petrocelli calls him. He accepts people’s judgments as his self-truth. Even though, he, himself, accepts the worst he still wants people to perceive him as a good person, especially his mom.
Anyway, I want to inform you and Justin that if he ever needs help, email me and I will help him. He 's a good kid and make sure he stays that way." I haven 't talked to Mr.Prokes since last school year. It 's rough when you don 't have their email, Facebook, or number. It 's rough when you want to talk to someone you know and love and you can 't.
Many of the characters express lust for others, however, they lack the true feeling of love. Nick proves his compassion and care for others in his loyalty to Jay Gatsby. Without truly meeting him, Nick is willing to carry out a favor for Gatsby, no questions asked, as he recognizes the importance of helping others. He is often there for Gatsby, not only physically, but also emotionally, when he needs it most. It is due to Nick’s genuine empathy, humanity, and kindness that readers are able to better identify with him, and use him as a moral
The purpose of him saying this is that the audience watching will seem him as a strong man that doesn 't want to let the curse get to him and change him. Mitchell is relevant to every human in real life this is because he is scared and struggles to deal with going on the right path and doing the right thing because it is
It is crucially important to realize that Atticus did not tell his children about him being known as the best shot in town because this shows how humble he really is. Although Atticus does not directly talk to his children about humility; readers are able to understand how important this quality is to him. When Scout finds out about this, she wants to tell everybody, but Jem said on page 130, “I reckon if he 'd wanted us to know it, he’da told us. If he was proud of it, he’da told us.” Jem realized that his father was so humble and not prideful, and he went on to say that he was a gentleman just like Atticus. Scout and Jem’s view of their father suddenly changes when they witness his sharpshooting skills in real
The narrator, Nick Carraway, starts the book off by telling the readers a piece of advice from his father: “Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,’ he told me, ‘just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages you’ve had” (Fitzgerald 1). This quote foreshadows that as the book continues, Jay Gatsby will be more and more deserving of criticism. This quote lets the readers know that Nick is a very socially responsible person due to the fact that he would not criticize anyone or compare his past to anyone else's, which helps him to follow his duty of keeping society balanced. Nick is proven to be socially responsible all throughout the book, the reader can also see his socially responsible trait when he says, “I’ve got my hands full,’ I said. ‘I’m much obliged but I couldn’t take any more work.” (Fitzgerald 83).
It can be concluded that equality 's main motivation in Anthem is self-improvement because when you read Anthem he is always striving for something better an example is when he says my happiness needs no higher aim to vindicate it. My happiness is not the means to any end it is its own goal it is on purpose.(95). In this equality is saying that his happiness does not need any other reason to be there other than to make him happy. Equality now realize is that he does things to make him happy and to improve himself as a human his happiness is no longer determined by making his brothers happy but it is determined by making himself happy and his goals now it 's just Improvement which ultimately makes him happy. Another quote from Anthem is know
His father is fighting for equal employment opportunities. Martin holds his father in high esteem, he admires him for his courage and enlightenment. “The beer company did not hire Blacks or Puerto Ricans, so my father joined the picket line” (Espada) This demonstrates his father’s instinctive reaction to pursue social equality. In particular, although a simple adverb, the word “so” used by Espada implies he viewed his father’s actions as an immediate moral obligation. Despite being well aware of the risks considering he had been jaded by the cruel realties of the word.
However, his moral courage did not let him change his mind despite his reputation suffering a massive blow in the society. He believed that standing for his morals and what he thought was right regardless of what the entire community was thinking about him. From the start, he already knows that he cannot win the case, but his strong sense of justice and morality is what motivates him to defend Tom in the case with much determination and to give all that he had for the case. He goes ahead to express that it is not because they have been defeated hundred years before they started that they have a reason to they have a reason to try again and win. The author used the term “licked” in most of the expressions to imply defeated.