He tries everything in his power to make things run smoothly and to make a good impression, yet Lalit’s expectations are high and he comes from a background of a hard worker. He does it all for his family to keep his deep-rooted relationships together. Lalit finds the period before the wedding stressful and out of control, but the motivating force behind his anxiety is what’s best for the family in the end and leads to a powerful tour of self-discovery. Having a lot of Lalit’s stress is geared towards the wedding planner Dubey. His constant mocking of the styles and fashions Lalit chooses for the decorations causes Lalit and his frustrations to skyrocket.
They put all their strength out and remember that they are playing for the glory of Him. Their winning tradition has taught them that you gain what you plant; if you work hard, good things will come. It even emphasizes that point with Luke 6:38, “Give, and it will be given to you…for with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." The coaches had an idea that he needs to reach boys when they start, not when they fall off the rails into criminal behavior. The movie shows the team praying before games which was part of the fabric of the life of the team.
This speech is very powerful and when someone is feeling unmotivated and depressed it has the ability to stir you to focus. Henry knew that he was sending his troops out into a battle they would lose but instead of dwelling on this Henry convinces his men that the battle is more than a mathematical formula that they have all come there to fight for honour, for justice and for glory. He makes fighting with him at Agincourt sound like a privilege. Henry also brings up, once more the motif of the bond between kind and commoner. In the scene before the battle of Harfleur, he unites himself with his men, he says “We few, we happy few, we band of brothers.
He is also able to establish his thesis very early on, letting his audience know that this was a very serious subject and therefore pulling his audience in and demanding their attention. Overall, this speech was well delivered as well as successfully received because of the speech’s structure, the passion of the speaker, and his ability to relate his main points to his own life and therefore identify with his audience. The structure of a speech is just as important to its quality as the delivery or the content of the speech itself. The structure of this speech is one of the key reasons it was so successful and well received. The speaker, Sean, captivates his audience, Will, by clearly stating his thesis.
If something bad happens to a friend, it almost hurts us just as much to know that the friend is experiencing emotional pain. I can think of many instances when I could sense that my friend was troubled about something, simply because my brain picked up on the way he was acting that day and the expression on his face. This realization has made me aware of the social and emotional cues my friends give off, and also those cues that I might give off as well. I suppose I hadn’t given much thought to the fact that I might send many subliminal messages to my friends without even really knowing it. Another area of the book that was very relatable to me was the way Goleman categorized some emotions as social emotions.
This shows the concern they had for their son and his safety. Plus, they did not know if they would ever see him again. All in all, Ender’s parents did, in fact, love him very much. On the contrary, there was his older brother Peter. This child was, without a doubt, a sick and demented young boy.
Anderson shows that war has a damning effect on war journalists as well as soldiers, and that their loved ones and families are also heavily affected. One of these effects on the characters is that they lose a sense of hope and as a result, always expect the worse. Talzani depends on fate to answer the toughest questions in his life and to comfort him by covering up horrors in his past by blaming it on the power of fate, which is out of his control. Dr Talzani admits, ‘would you believe that sometimes I am so tired, or the cave is so dark, I’m not even sure of the colours I give them’. To make himself feel better he embodies a fatalistic view which is that ‘there is no pattern to who lives or dies in war’.
He could not live long, but during the years that he was suffering from his disease, he comprehended that “failure and loss visit us all”, life is not easy and it might seems to be unfair, but we have the right to choose from disheartened or encouraged. One’s attitude is very important when encountering difficulties. In addition, Simmons’s father once stated that “we need a hard road, not a smooth one”, a hard road makes us reflect and see clearer of who we really are. Life is a hard road, people go through loss to reflect and finally to defeat. When people go though the loss, “it hurts terribly, but it heals, and sometimes like a broken bone where it knits, it is stronger”.
He knew this organization was very dangerous to be of, but still did. Jay had a great team. The emotional realities of long terms undercover conveyed when Jay in his journey he was only worrying about being part of the Hell Angels and received his patch. He was willing to lose his own daughter to achieve his goal. He also, got consumed by exultation, indifference, and hate.
Ivan was terrified when he found out that the people around him were acting that they like him and worrying about him. He regrets his days, and he felt that he is meaningless, for people don’t treat him truly. On the other hand, Kurosawa says that the meaning of life comes when one helps the other. Unlike Ivan, Watanabe experienced precious enlightenment. Watanabe has to realize