When she returned from the fields she might divide clumps of bulbs, dig a cold pit, uproot and replant roses, or prune branches from her taller bushes or trees- until night came and it was too dark to see.” (Walker 150). Enchanted by the garden, her mother’s green thumb drew her in, even if it meant going before and after a hard day in the fields. Not only did she love gardening, but she was exceedingly skilled in her ability to grow her plants. Her skill was described by Alice as "magic". Not only did Alice notice this extraordinary skill from her mother- being able to cultivate such a beautiful, bountiful, diverse garden in what little land she was on, caught the attention of many people that spanned beyond the own city she lived in.
When Baby Suggs was free, she was able to spread happiness and joy to the community. When the community did not accept that, she fell into depression, but still enjoys freedom, in a different way, more by herself than with others. It was when she wanted to see bright colors. She loved color. In his journey to the north, Paul D. was told to follow the flowers.
Before the Battle of Charleston started, the sound of the bells brought happiness to Celia’s life. The bells sound, was unique and brought hope and happiness to Celia everyday. It brought hope and happiness to Celia because the bells reminded her of Jimmy and the peace before the war. “Celia thought she would love the bells as long as she lived, and whenever she went away she would be homesick for them” (Bristow 77). Bristow wanted to prove that the bells played an important role in Garth 's life.
Janie’s immense love for Tea Cake makes “her soul [crawl] out from its hiding place”(128), which brings her closer to her true self. After some time, Janie and Tea Cake move to the Everglades in order for Tea Cake to find more work. Janie flourished; here she was allowed to work in the fields and shoot a gun. These feats empowered Janie. There is no doubt that Tea Cake’s love and the opportunities he provided heavily impacted Janie’s quest for realizing her true self.
George also told Lennie that if anything bad should happen in the new town they were heading to, he must come back to the pond and hide in the brush until he came and got him. This shows the protection he felt for him. "Hide in the brush till I come for you. Can you remember that." When they got to their new ranch, George ordered Lennie not to speak so that people would not realise how slow minded he was.
Then when she finally meets Colin she realizes she has a true friend who could relate to her a lot. Her colors that she wears start to become more and more vibrant. When she finally convinces Colin to go outside she is wearing even more bright colors. She finally shows that she is completely open by wearing white into the garden. Her heart is broken right after because she thinks that Lord Craven took away her connection to Colin.
He was able to see his race in a whole new way. Though he did not want to learn anything about his background he was convinced to go to the orphanage where it all began. The Nun who picked him up from the stoop the day his mother left him was still there. She said she remembered him even though he was skeptical about it he took in the information. Although he did complain the whole time and act spoiled he was happy at the end of the trip that he took that journey.
Megan Davis was a country girl who Ashurt met when he and his friend was making way to Charfolk. Right at their first meeting, our Ashurt was attracted by the natural beauty of this girl. "And Ashurt, who saw beauty without wondering how it could take advantage, thought "How pretty!." Slowly, Ashurt could not remove Megan's face out of his head and her face stuck firmly in his memory. Looking at her face gave him pleasure like when he looked at a wild flower or at some pretty sight in the Nature.
His compliment to her about her flowers leads her to feel obligate to allow him to enter her world. The tinkerman asks Elisa to help another lady, Elisa feels strong and ¡§tight with eagerness.¡¨ After giving the instructions, Elisa feels proud and good. After hearing the tinkerman¡¦s description of his profession, Elisa wishes to explore more with him, ¡§it must be very nice. I wish women could do such things." The disappointment for Elisa follows her wishes, the tinkerman says ¡§it ain¡¦t the right kind of a life for a woman.¡¨ The time has come, Elisa must let the tinkerman go on to his own adventure, but in their exchange, Elisa gain confidence and realize how beautiful she can be.
He goes one day to tell his father, but his father won’t allow it. Siddhartha stands in his father all night until his father lets him go. When Siddhartha and Govinda join they began to learn their “tricks.” Siddhartha lived without possessions or a home. He learned to fast, think, and wait. He began exiting his body through meditation and entering objects and animals.