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The Growth of Janie in Their Eyes Were Watching God Human beings love inertia. It is human nature to fear the unknown and to desire stability in life. This need for stability leads to the concept of possessing things, because possession is a measurable and definite idea that all society has agreed upon. Of course, when people begin to rely on what they know to be true, they stop moving forward and simply stand still. Zora Neal Hurston addresses these general human problems in her novel Their Eyes Were Watching God.
Many people have a desire to help the poor, but they decide to settle and send a couple dollars to a charity, sign a heart to stick on a wall, and walk away feeling like they did a “good deed” Yes, every dollars counts toward any charity but only a select few would have done what Mother Teresa did. She spent countless hours teaching children from the slums of India. She taught them the importance of hygiene and health. When people are not educated in the necessity of cleanliness problems like getting lice, receiving preventable diseases, and spreading illnesses occur. Mother Teresa had a love for the children from Motijhil which translates to “Pearl Lake”.
In Search of Our Mothers Gardens: Womanist Prose. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1983. 231-243. Weinstock, Donald, and Cathy Ramadan.
Life and time was experienced as a repetitive cycle, not linearly as is accepted today. Even the movie we saw in the lecture reflected this basic idea of women being the soul of every living thing on this earth and the gist of life was women. However, Eastern... ... middle of paper ... ...ind of religion that can save our mother nature and also our earth’s resources for our future generations and provide us all with a better and safer life ahead. Women in all cases should have equal respect and importance in society, or else this world and life on it would cease! Bibliography 1.