But as Trina started to cut down on his expenses, he became angered. It’s hard to having enough to get by, then having so much money that you are not sure what to do with, then having to cut down after being use to having the finest of things. In conclusion, the most obvious theme in the novel McTeauge is the nature of greed. The characters have greed when it comes down to money and power. It is fascinating how a book can show realistically how gaining money or power can change the nicest people into the greedest most selfish people.
For example, people think that happiness is when you understand or when you have money. They aspire to this life, and when they get to realize that happiness is not the case. Poor people think that happiness is money, and rich people know that it is not. Lonely believe that happiness in the family, and family know that just having a family - this is not happiness. As a result, many are chasing ghosts, frustrated and a verdict: "no happiness in life."
There are many different types of love, family love, friendship love, conceptual love and intimate love. Family love is unconditional, meaning its is timeless and everlasting. The great part of this is love is you can be yourself, make mistakes, and you will always be forgiven. The love shared between friends is similar. But there are boundaries not to be crossed.
Capitalism allows for a variety of employment options, but the class system still exists, middle and lower class individuals struggle to support themselves and their families because of this wild goose paper chase. The overwhelming desire for money may manifest dangerous ambitions within those at the bottom and the top, people will kill, steal or even enslave to gain more of that precious paper. This struggle is correlated with the idea of competition, but considering all forms of natural competition, there always must be an entity atop the pyramid. The pinnacle of the monetary obelisk is vacated by the most affluent and selfish megalomaniacs our society has concieved, these individuals are those that control the flow of money, therefore the instigation of inflation, a... ... middle of paper ... ...tion and structural problem is, those that research stumble across the debt system and the moronic fashion that money is created in this country. The fall of the FED will be a difficult and adverse path; even the blind eyes of justice could easily see the corrupt and grievous agenda the pharoes of our legal tender have fashioned.
In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by John F. Fitzgerald, the problem is the greediness shown between the two different societies of the upper-class, and Jay Gatsby, the main character, is shown to be the greediest of them all. He possesses all this wealth and power for his love because he had no confidence in it because he already lost to his love once. Therefore, Gatsby clearly demonstrates, through his acts, that greediness arises from the lack of confidence. In the following paragraphs, we support our arguments by considering the ambition of Jay Gatsby, the impatience of Daisy Buchanan, and the inconsiderate behaviour of Daisy. There are many ways in which a person can express how much they love someone, but one way is through achieving a lot of wealth, to which one may be attracted.
For example, Fitzgerald conveys the greedy nature of wealthy people in his novel when Nick Carraway states, "[T]o-morrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther" (Fitzgerald 180; ch. 9). With this quote, Fitzgerald exposes that the people who have gained unimaginable amounts wealth and material possessions are never satisfied and continue to want more. Fitzgerald is able to spark an idea in the minds of his audience that happiness is not gained through wealth nor owning material goods. O’Connor takes a different approach to show her disapproval of greed by giving an example of the immoral and corrupt methods people try to satisfy their greedy desires.
We both had positive support throughout childhood which let to both good and bad experiences. I enjoy intimate relationships and my boyfriend does too. We tend to be warm, trusting, and hopefully we will have a long lasting relationship. It is important how we let each other know what we are feeling and we share our feeling with our close friends. I am known for having high self-esteem and I don’t experience much anxiety.
He also shows how happiness is not the only important thing in life. Epicurus’s version of happiness is the lack of pain. His version of happiness requires friendship, thought, and freedom. Friendship is said to give people a sense of themselves and he believed that without friendship people would not be able to live without being emotionally numb. Friends give the love and support that people want.
First, family love is the happiest I’ve ever had; where we are loved by parents, care, family happiness is the most precious thing in life, without it I cannot live and grow, for example, in the family: parents love children, sister love each other, relatives in the family also love each other. The family is a place to protect me and help me when I have a hard time and share the happiness and sadness. If my family is broken I will feel lonely and depressed but outside our family, I also have friends, but family love is always the most important. I respect what I have because there is nothing in this life more precious and nothing is perfect and