When Paul confused luck with lucre, his mother explained that "luck is what causes you to have money.lucre does mean money." Paul's continual confusion leads him to find his "luck" of knowing the winning horses. Paul is successful at reaching this goal and fulfilling his mother definition of luck. However, he is extremely unlucky in not receiving his mothers love and approval, which all children want, need, and deserve. He was never given the
Unfortunately for the Enrique, he also had to go through this heart breaking process, but not without putting a fight to save his marriage. Classic love stories are mainly based on how far individuals are willing to go to save their love. In “Mechanics” is a classic love story as it portrays how far a certain individual like Enrique is willing to go in order to save the love and marriage of Espie. Enrique is willing to do many things to prove the love he has for Espie including, marrying her at a young age, protecting her from the things he perceives as being harmful. Enrique also acknowledges he was doing a harm to Espie by being an over protective husband and decides to let her go.
Even though the brother and sister value money differently in “Love”, at the end of the day, the relationship the two have with each other is more important that the money. The theme of love is portrayed through the brother in the story. It is apparent that he loves and cares for his sister very much. In the opening of the piece, it states, “The wanting to give is only learned through the learning to love” (243) and this statement is personified though the brother. He dreamed of finally getting the gold ring at the Flying Horses but when he finally gets it, he gives it up.
As a father, the thing I want most for my daughter is that she find a suitable romantic partner who treats her the way she deserves to be treated. Her romantic partner will not have to be perfect in my eyes, for it is not primarily my place to fall in love with him as she does. However, my job is to guide and help her through life, so their are a few characteristics that my daughters romantical partner will not pertain to. Characteristics such as dishonesty, irresponsibility, if he is uncaring, or self-centered. To me, these are the wurst kind of qualities in a human and are immediate deal breakers when it comes to the type of person my daughter will date.
Most believe finding love is more valuable than their own independence. In most cases that could be true, but if the one you are seeking and expecting love from is not treating you with respect, how is love more important? The journey of finding love could be a great one but if deep down inside you are aware of your unhappiness, then YOUR independence should be what matters. Zora Neale Hurston’s message with the theme of Love & Relationships vs. Independence is to never rush into finding love until you are ready.
Following the heart leads to a happy home while unconscious actions lead to a path of unhappiness. In the novel Looking for Me, Beth Hoffman creates many instances in which a character is influenced to follow what their heart desires as it will lead them to happiness. Through the use of Daddy and Josh, the author conveys the message that listening to your heart is better than following what others say. When given a decision to make, one should follow what their heart believes and not act upon the influencing opinions around them. As a former war veteran, Daddy pushes Teddi to pursue in what she believes is best for her.
Her happiness would then succeed into love for him, or so he thought. His mother became greedier than ever, she cared more about money than loving her son. Paul accumulates money from horse races. Basset the gardener, Oscar the uncle and Paul were associated with the betting scheme, yet keeping it unknown to the mother. Paul had the ability of picking the winning horse at a race if he felt absolutely sure.
She knows that her heart has a “hard little place that could not feel love...” (Lawrence, 750). In order to cover up this flaw she pretends as though she loves her children so the other parents within her social circle believe that she is a great mother. This artificial love manifests itself in the form of expensive gifts, servants, and a nurse (or nanny). However, in the privacy of their own home she is cold and distant from her children, and they know... ... middle of paper ... ...ne out of a life where he rides his rocking horse to find a winner. (Lawrence, 760) Uncle Oscar, in saying this, is actually reiterating the thought process that brought Hester to the brink of her own undoing.
Rocking Horse Winner Carnality in close kin bliterates true necessary. As opposed to wealth their many desires witch it itself can not satisfied. In a family with the mother in need of such of thing uses finances as a sort of excuse. This lie drags along her son with good intentions always trying to feel the inner need. As he carries them on and has success they all got wrap up in the money lie forgetting the single most important factor which is love.
The aspect of Lear's ignorance is shown when he tests his daughters on their amount of love for him in order to determine a legitimate way to bestow land among them. It is in the quality of their responses that will affect the outcome of Lear's decision, but the underlying reason for the test strikes a personal fragment of Lear which is is hunger to feel appreciated. "Which of you shall we say doth love us most?" (1.1.56). His approach defines that not only is he seeking reassurance as a father, but his intentions are to receive justification that he is truly loved by having his daughters be questioned about the matter.