June says, “The gray-green surface changes...open in surprise to see, at last, her long-cherished wish”(332). When June met her sisters, it was not just because she wanted to fulfill her mother’s wishes but strengthen the bond because of the one thing they have in common which was they were all part of their mother, Suyuan. After all, her name Jing Mei meant the pure essence and little sister, which means that she was made up of the essence of her sisters. This was the reward that her mother had given Jing Mei, two sisters and all the love that Suyuan gave June which she had not realized before.
These are all important principles for a good sibling. I believe I am a good sister because I fit the criteria for what every sibling should meet. First, I am a good sister because I am always there for my sisters, no matter what. Siblings should drop anything to help one another, and that is a quality I can proudly say I possess. According to Penn State professors Mark Feinberg and Susan McHale, and graduate student Anna Solmeyer, children with siblings feel more supported and cared for.
Motherly Love in Amy Tan’s Joy Luck Club A mother’s love for a daughter is an intense feeling; some times it can be very joyful or very painful. Most mothers just want their daughters to have everything that they didn’t have, they try to give their daughter all their hopes and dreams. The relationship between a mother and daughter should be one of the greatest relationships a woman can have with another woman. Some time a mother can push a daughter to hard, some mother don’t mean to make their daughter feel bad or to make them up-set, the mothers just want the daughter to have better then what they had. A mother gives her daughter advice about everything in life.
Her mother always tells her that “Hitting bottom is a good thing. Because there’s nowhere to go but up” (Bridesmaid). Without thinking twice Annie tries her fullest to impress her best friend to become the maid of honor. Even though another woman is trying to take her place, still, she heads forward to where it would be the hero’s treasure. In this case, Annie’s treasure would be her friendship.
In the book Like Water for Chocolate, the women of the De La Garza family are all very strong in their own ways. Each of the three sisters Tita, Gertrudis, and Rosaura and the mother Mama Elena have special strengths and qualities that best describe them. Tita is a good hearted and strong spirited woman. Mama Elena only made Tita stronger by the way she treated her. Tita looks up to Gertrudis because she is happy and got to do what she wanted, when she wanted and with whom she wanted.
We wanted them to be proud of us. In the story “Two kinds” written by Amy Tan she outlines a character named Jing-Mei who has a strict mother who seems to want to live out her dream through her daughter. She wanted her daughter to become this vivacious lively young lady with purity. Purity as in freedom to be the best that she can be. By definition purity can mean the freedom to do whatever one wants to do in spite of the standards placed on by society.
The Deceitful Mother in Rebecca Rush's Kelroy Mothers are often thought of and characterized as loving, generous women, who put their children before themselves. They are gracious, caring, and kind humans that are willing to sacrifice happiness and fulfillment in their lives to insure that their children receive the guidance, love, support, and happiness that every child (especially their own) deserves. Sadly, this description does not define the characteristics of all mothers. An example of a mother in which her mannerisms are the exact opposite of those depicted above is found in the character of Mrs. Hammond in Rebecca Rush's Kelroy, first published in 1812. Mrs. Hammond is an example of the realism found in the book.
The reader has a lesson to learn since the story is told through the mother's eyes. It is amazing that two siblings can grow up in the same environment and turned out so differently. Dee and Maggie are like day and night, each with her own strengths and weaknesses. The narrator draws a pretty good picture into the reader's mind of what her daughters look like. Right off, it is obvious to the reader that Dee has always been the prettier, womanlier of the sisters.
Volunteering as tribute shows how protective she is of Prim, sacrificing her own life for her sister’s protection. Katniss is very protective of 12 year old Rue from District 11 because she reminded her of Prim. Katniss formed an alliance with her and it shows in the last few moments of Rue’s life, how protective Katniss was of her. When Katniss heard Rue’s high pitched scream, she started running towards the sound, knowing it could be a trap. After Claudius Templesmith announces if the last two tributes left are from the same district, they can both claim victory.
She took her childish dream version of the situation and turned it into reality. Even though it was not the nicest way of telling her that she was wrong it was the best. Since she loved)((use more in P))) her family she decided to be more direct and use tough love to save everyone. The two mothers despite their differences are both help their family be as successful as possible. Nonetheless, the mothers were successful in showing that an ideal mother sacrifices for her children, does her best to ensure their children’s survival, and uses tough love.