This inspires me to feel gratitude towards the mother, as it shows that she is helpful, always there and willing to help her son. I suppose I appreciate this mother’s dedication, as in this society, it is rare to find such commitment mothers or fathers. Being present and supportive can go far for your child. Therefore, the first stanza uses rhyme in order to influence the audiences’ feeling about the mother. The second stanza also creates a rhyme at the end of each sentence, “recording… leaving… unreeling…” These are similar to the first stanza but have the same “ing” sound at the end of each word.
Imagine if you're in the future and you kept coming back to the past for more and more stuff until everything you have is gone. In time the boy grows older and he kept coming back to This tree for all the things he needs. She gives him everything until she has nothing left to give him just to make him happy. In The Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein personifies the character of the tree to represent how wants and needs change over time. The first way the boy keeps coming back to his past is he keeps coming to the tree.
Have you ever gave someone so many things and they always ask for more? You always keep giving and giving until you have nothing to give, all you want to do is make that person happy and they stop asking. All you want is the person to like you and be happy, but you are running out of things to keep yourself happy.In the Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein uses personification to show the relationship between the two characters. Always giving so much to someone is not always the best thing to do.Soon enough the tree gave the boy everything and then the tree had nothing left for itself. The tree just kept giving the boy everything so the boy was happy, when the boy was happy the tree was happy also.
A man’s role in life is to provide for the family in most cases, other than those great single mothers, but their hard work has a reward and it is the happiness of their family. I relate this to my parents, they provide for my sister and me, and we thank them for that with that special bond we have. C.S. Lewis also mentioned Need-Love, which is explained like when a child is in need for his/her mother’s arms (pg.11). I do not have any children, but I remember about my sister being a young child wanting
“I guess that 's part of loving someone. You’ll sacrifice everything for them, even when they 'll give you nothing in return.” - Lauren Oliver. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein is a book that is about the relationship between a boy and a tree. In the beginning of the story, the boy and the tree played games all day and bonded. The tree is very happy when she and the boy interact because he brings joy and companionship to her life.
The tree just wants the boy to be happy, and the tree was not able to grant the boy happiness. The only time the tree was happy was when she saw the boy happy.It says in The Giving Tree that once the boy played on the tree, he would sleep in her shade. “And the boy loved the tree… Very much… And the tree was happy.” This clearly shows the tree’s affection for the boy.Overall, the boy takes everything from the tree, and the tree is still loving him back.In The Giving Tree, it never talked about the boy’s upbringing and his family, but he was always asking for things.All we know about the boy’s life is when he was young he would come to the tree everyday and play on it. As the boy grew older he came less and less and asked for more and more. “I don’t need very much now”, said the boy.” “just a quiet place to sit and rest.” The boy doesn’t need anything because he has taken it all from the tree.He never learned his lesson and in the end still asked for things.In the end the boy was still unsatisfied and didn’t appreciate the tree.In the end, The tree was used as a nice and kind friend the boy never
Carl becomes more confident towards himself, and finally gets a family that understands and value him. Joy rediscovers the motherly love inside her and develops strong bonds with the three children. Skip, similar as Carl, frees himself from the misery through rebuilding strong relations with others. Carl, Joy, and Skip were rescued with the support of each
In the movie, it is revealed at the beginning that Westley loves Buttercup. When Buttercup orders Westley for farming for her and her family, or what she desires to have at the moment, he says “As you wish”. It was revealed that Westley’s love towards Buttercup is realistic, as he is trying to say to her “I love you”. Also, when Buttercup finds out that “The Man in Black” who she thought he was actually was Westley, they were filled with happiness that are not describable in words. This shows that Buttercup can trust Westley without any problems, feeling care, love him deeply and depend on him for many situations.
He does this because he cares for her and thinks she deserves a life full of meaning and experience. Next, Jean Valjean sacrifices himself for his daughter so she can be with Marius because he did his part in raising her. For instance, Jean exclaims, this is right, my dear. I stole something, I did. I stole happiness with you.
Certain behaviors are considered ideal when choosing a husband or wife. The parents of the bride or groom choose their son’s or daughter’s spouse; a groom’s parents desire a girl who will grow up to be good-looking and beautiful, because it is said that a man takes great pride in a beautiful wife. Light-skin, good teeth, and good height (not too tall) is desired. One of the most important qualities a groom’s parents desire is a girl with a sweet temper, one who does not become too angry too quickly. Faithfulness and hardworking are also qualities that are desired.