Their life has changed completely. The person I call a hero is my dad. He goes out of his way to give me everything I need to survive. I call my father a hero because he accepts me for who I am and accepts the changes that I have met through my teen years when no one else would. When times are tough, he finds a way to avoid the negatives and always thinks positive.
They are who they are and no one will ever be able to change that. They are above the trivial ways of trying to fit in to get people to like them. She had all she wanted, her family and the rest didn’t matter. No one would ever be able to shape her into what they want. She wasn’t out spoken but she didn’t let people use her.
We value this human life and it is our natural instinct to save ourselves from any harm. It is every man^s constant will to survive. This is a form of an absolute law which governs our every action. It cannot be called a fabrication of mankind because ever since the dawn of time, every human being has fought for his/her own survival. It is ingrained into our nature to try to protect ourselves.
He does not hesitate in decision making, because he knows that moment’s hesitation could cost victory in battle. Othello embodies the same philosophy in his everyday decisions. He does not make decisions “halfway”. When Othello puts his mind to a task, he is either entirely invested in his duty or not invested at all. Consequently, this philosop... ... middle of paper ... ... his super objective in every way possible.
He overcomes all the challenges he faces with his pride, the feeling that he needs to do it. While Odysseus has his trials, he never gave in, staying loyal to that he loves; his men, his country and his family. These are traits that are held in very high esteem and everyone should look to gain. There is nothing more admirable than the devotion Odysseus has to his causes, and one can only hope to be as loyal as him.
Nelson Mandela is well renowned in his homeland as a hero for his bravery to stand for what he accepted in and endured years in prison to help his country in the direction of flexibility. not anything in life that is worth having is very simple. Nelson Mandela accepted the challenge for flexibility which was worth having and went for the greater good of his persons. John f. Kennedy, previous president of the joined States who also battled about equality wrote about the profiles of bravery. He asserted that “ A man does what he must—in spite of individual penalties, in spite of the obstacles and hazards and pressures—and that is the cornerstone of all human ethics” (225).
Malcolm X Malcolm X, man of determination, loyalty, courage and most of all man of integrity. To be a man with integrity means to "be honest and to have strong moral principles; moral uprightness" ("Integrity"). By this definition of the word Malcolm X was one of the most incorruptible civil rights activist in history, never once did he do anything to compromise his principles when it came to racism and equality for minorities, namely African Americans. Though he has been called a hate monger for his belief of using any means to achieve equality, he never shook from his burning desire for equality and peace from the oppressive racism of his time. Malcolm X believed in the civil rights movement to such an extreme that during one of his speeches he stated "If you're not ready to die for it, put the word 'freedom' out of your vocabulary"("Malcolm-X.org" 2).
Black female is considered as a butt of ridicule for both White and Black males. All the confinements and rules are for her and she ought to obey them without raising her eyebrows. She is more like a machine than a human being bound to perform all the chores ... ... middle of paper ... ...rooteness to dissolution and power from powerlessness. As Morrison puts it Hers was an experimental life – she had no centre, no speck around which to grow. She was completely free of ambition, with no affection for money, property or things, no greed, no desire to command attention or compliments – no ego.
Edna, on the other hand, has none of these qualities attributed to her. She is not described in terms of clothes. She is never attributed with being flamboyant. She is not musically inclined, with the exception of the fact that the music moves her toward the “awakening'; of her sensuality. When examining the first stirrings, “a certain light [that] was beginning to dawn dimly within her,'; we see that Edna thinks independently of outside interference.
Stark asserts, “Peace isn’t a commodity that can be bought or even coerced. An inner desire for peace has to be in the individual hearts of the warring parties.” Therefore, anything that can be taken away was never truly in one’s possession. This is in exact accordance to what Lady Philosophy is trying to teach Boethius: “ you will realize that you neither had, nor have lost, anything of worth through your association with [Lady Fortune]” (Boethius 19). Furthermore, Boethius is told that he has “no right to complain as if [he has] lost what is indisputably [his]” (Boethius 21). Lady Philosophy reminds Boethius that returning something you were lent is no reason to grieve.