How smile is contagious 1. Have you ever been in a sour mood or having a bad day? And then, someone has come a long with big smile, talk to you, makes you laugh and put smile on your face? But then immediately find yourself feeling joy? A. according to various studies, smiling is considered contagious.
This makes calling someone more personal and realistic. Face timing is good for families with kids that cannot always be around their parents, this enables them to be able to at least see and speak with them. Facetiming is also practical for those with loved ones serving our country; it will make their time away not as harsh. Smartphones also have the ability to send group text messages, which will send the same message to whoever you choose and combine everyone into a single conversation. This is another benefit that normal cellphones do not have the ability to do.
His strong sense of guilt also becomes apparent when he takes a midnight walk to the scaffold, where Hester and Pearl join him. At this point, Dimmesdale still cannot truly endure the shame in front of the real crowd. Ironically, the more guilt he feels the more compelling his sermons become. He attempts many times to indirectly tell his congregation... ... middle of paper ... ... differently towards sin and Hester proves reconciliation as the best response to wrongdoings. Through Hester, Hawthorne successfully conveys his theme that concealing a person's faults draws forth more evil than imaginable, but bearing the consequences leads to salvation.
When he meets Hester in the forest, he says that he does not have courage and strength that she has “I must die here! I do not have the strength or the courage to venture into the wide, strange, difficult world alone!”. He admits that he isn't as emotionally and mentally strong as her but later he builds up his bravery and finally confesses to the town. Dimmesdale attempted to be his true self by telling the public about his sin on the scaffold so he can release the guilt that had built up in his heart. Due to the struggle of him revealing the truth, he ultimately destroys himself.
Upon entering the forest he is suspicious of every rock and tree, thinking something evil will jump out at him. A man waits for Goodman in the forest and then walks by Goodman's side. Although the narrator does not say this man is the ... ... middle of paper ... ...en he reaches the final destination where whole community is there to participate in satanic acts, a little faith he has to the community and himself are completely destroyed. The devil has apparently infested all of the Puritan's souls with sin at least to the eyes of Goodman Brown. While he tries to help his wife Faith from the devil, he wakes up from imagination or dream in the forest wondering what has happened in the previous night.
Recognizing and avoiding your own excessive defensiveness is not easy if you have developed a pattern of protecting a fragile self esteem in this way. However, you will not keep up with the demand in today's competitive market to learn faster if you do not confront this issue for yourself. Assertiveness - you may think you are assertive just because you rant and rave at times. Maybe you often give in to others, kidding yourself that you are just being reasonable. So how can you say "no" to your boss or others without incurring their wrath?
Holden fears becoming an adult in mind and heart, but wants to become one in his actions. He wants to be safe but take chances. It’s a battle between childhood and adulthood, between innocence and phoniness. This battle is what has made Holden’s world an illusion, what has made him a madman. Holden fears landing form his illusion, becoming what he despises, knowing his protection is lost and knowing he is vulnerable to the world.
Throughout his work, Hawthorne “target[s] the religious leader of the groups for abusing their spiritual role” (Graham 58). Higher religious authorities appoint Hooper to serve as a role model for his townspeople, exemplifying the qualities of devotion and self-control. However, he acts based on his emotions and has an affair with a young girl from the town. The minster subjects himself to a black veil for the rest of his life, and “though it covers only [his] face, [the back veil] throws its influence over his whole person” (Hawthorne 638). The minister’s situation is hypocritical because he clearly recognizes his mistakes but still sees himself fit to enforce the ideals of religious purity onto the townspeople.
Choice is a very big part when it comes to communication and the coercion of someone else’s thoughts negatively impact how a person will relay their communication to others. Since it is not fully their own thoughts and ideas, this makes their actions seem unintentional. The person who sees the individual’s actions to be unintentional does not feel as comfortable and it does not create a level of trust, which would would likely cause the person to cut off contact or communication with the individual. Like the last principle, integrity can also play into why this principle of persuasion is not as ethical as others. Carter explains in his text Integrity that “it is sometimes necessary to take that
Thurlow (2003) states that adolescents are both the driving force behind and at the same time slaves of growing text massaging culture. Texting is the most preferred way of contact for nearly all communication activities of youths, therefore they can adopt to texting faster. Some gratifications granted by text messaging includes being able to avoid unwanted conversations, not to disturb the rules of good behavior, easier, quicker, and cost-effectiveness. Firstly, today’s cell phones are more and more easily to use. They are capable of not only receive incoming and making phone calls, but taking, receiving and even sending pictures, sending data and information, checking e-mail, a calendar to plan for your schedule, a calculator, and a variety of types of clocks (alarm, stopwatch, and timer).... ... middle of paper ... ..., cell phones is what keeps teens tied with other teens through social networking.