If you miss someone so desperately that it wrecks your insides, you say their name over and over until you conjure them. It's called sympathetic magic and you just have to believe in it to make it work.” This is one of my most perfect quotes within the text to even begin to describe their relationship. This book will lead you to feel the special tension and emotion as the conflict climbs higher and higher. Although it may have seemed like it was floundering and quite frankly not going anywhere in certain sections a... ... middle of paper ... ...th. Lies.
I picked the stories “Wreck” by Scott Snyder and “A Temporary Matter” by Jhumpa Lahiri’s. The reason why I choose these stories is because they are both very well written and have great meanings behind them. Every author writes a story for a reason, that reason could be to teach us a moral lesson, tell their own stories or just to entertain. The reason why “Wreck” was written is to teach us a lesson about love, that not every love is the love of your live. And the reason behind “A Temporary Matter” is to teach us not to give up on the other person.
I tend to expect highly of anyone but I have to learn to accept the fact that everyone is learning and growing just like I am, and it is nearly impossible for everyone to live up to my expectations. In conclusion, a lot of the characters in Wuthering Heights were flawed but taught me a lesson in life. They taught me how to be open minded because a great thing can come out of a horrible thing. In life, we all go through a metaphorical tunnel. There is light and darkness in us but we just have to always remember that the darkness is temporary and once we’re out that tunnel, life is more sustainable.
I enjoyed reading a story that was relatable to the very life that’s going on around me. My eyes were opened by the fact that there are really so many rules and expectations that people have to follow to be considered a good person. “ Good Person” has really made me think about all the people in the world that in many peoples eyes wouldn’t be classified as “good”, and made me want to find the good in them. Wallace was able to send such a strong message by telling a serious and emotional story of a young couple using controversial and commonly seen issues in today’s world. This story really interested me and will be in my mind forever, being that I feel so strongly about seeing the good in people, and because the topic Wallace choose is one that I am passionate about.
This temptation only made him stronger and made him think how much more he needed to return back to his kingdom. This part of the story has placed a major impact because it was teaching Odysseus a moral lesson. Like in life people have many temptations that can change anything and everything. People have to stick to their gut feeling and believe in making the right choices. People can’t have others tempt them into doing something wrong because it’s their life and they are the ones liv... ... middle of paper ... ...ve the freedom to decide what the allegory is and what message they are trying to send with out straight up stating it.
I show kindness to the people that show me that they are truly there for me, and who will help me if I'm ever in a bad situation. Nevertheless, I will do anything to help somebody out as much as I can. I believe that If you help someone in need when you need help that same person will be there for you. One of my weaknesses is that I become angry too quickly and I stay angry too long at people when I... ... middle of paper ... ...the world is Saudi Arabia where I was born and raised. In conclusion, none of my weaknesses are unchangeable and I can always work on and change these habits to become a better individual.
I chose to go for torture, because personally I always believed, and still do, that even though torturing is a harsh punishment, the result will end up with many innocent lives being saved, which I believe is extremely important. However, the fact that torture is such a cruel form of punishment always prevented me from fully supporting torture. However, as the research process went by, I learned that even though torturing is defying one of the human rights, it is justifiable, because it helps uphold the other major human rights, for example the right to live in a safe environment. Fortunately as I completed more research, I realized just
I do know that God sees the purpose and outcome of my trials. All I tend to see is the pain and the problem in the present while God sees my future. Facing adversity alone can be difficult and scary, having someone helping you like I have God helping me can make all of the difference and help put things into perspective. I do see this adversity as coming from a negative but being able to turn it into a positive and definitely being able to learn from mistakes I have made. Having adversity strike you on a spiritual level can be panicking but using it as a learning experience can in turn make you stronger in the long run.
I think that everyone in the world should read this book because it is a very indebt novel. Any one that wants to pursue a career dealing with child abuse or anything related to it should also read this book so they can see a abused child’s point of view. The main reason that I love this book dearly is because it is a very emotional novel and also because it really metaphorically put you in Dave’s life situations.
The evening I received my SAT score (1300), my parents came home from work and I ran out to tell them that I might be able to get into one of my top choices for college. Though my head was in the clouds, my parents had their feet very firmly planted on the ground. They asked me if I knew what kind of kids went to "those" schools. Hesitating, I said, "...not really." My mother explained how the kids who went to "those" schools were wealthy and well-educated, with lots of "connections" that would help them get into college.