Samuel said this because he took Ann's baby without Ann knowing so he decided to "punish" himself in a way Ann would feel pleased. This is loyal because he did what it took to make everything right. Samuel was also loyal to Captain Smith in a couple ways. The first way he was loyal was directly serving him some food." After services I bring Captain smith some food"(48).
In 1750 the French were mutually equal in terms of economy, they also where very friendly in cultural matter, in terms of religion they encourage Indians to join Catholicism . In the other side British economically oppressed the Native Americans and they did not worry that much about religion. French acted with no oppression in terms of religion and they also responded with mutual beneficial ideas in terms of economy. French were also engaged in the beaver trading business therefore they recruited American Indians for trade, the trade with gods that were very valuable for native Americans like knives, beads and soon guns. Indirectly and without knowing they grew up native Americans economy .
Later the indians suspected the colonists wanted to rule them and control the colony. When captain John Smith was appointed as a member of the council and being sent to the colony in dire times of famine. He forced all people to labor stating that “ He that will not work shall not eat” which was proven to be very effective, he also dealt with mutiny from the indians very well. To settle matters even more he bargained with the indians as well. It was due to his leadership that the colony survived.
Even though the Sky Chief did not show any respect for the nature, when he asked the men to uproot the tree, he still respected the nature and his wife by uprooting the tree just to make her dream come true. Not only the Onondaga tribe showed respect for others, another tribe that respect is very important for them is the Modoc Tribe. On “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” the Modoc tribe shows that their cultural beliefs matter a lot to them. It shows that they are peaceful and have really strong family values. Just like every other
According to few Hellenes, people who had the evil or had injured the empire by private actions have no nobler cause in terms of their deed to fight for the country. They were dishonored because of their bad fame. Thucydides persuaded by point out that all the citizens knew the advantages of a brave defense. On the battlefield, they became glorified because of their fearless spirit and ran away from the word of dishonor. The speaker also interpreted the word of dishonor by comparing the contribution which the dead made and the evil they did.
Kano's "pity for the ignorance and brutality" of his "own countrymen" and his complete "understanding of the suffering of the prisoners" enabled him to show utmost compassion towards the POWs (Hillenbrand 245-46). Kano defied his elders not because he felt the need to be rebellious, but because he realized the immorality of all the actions occurring, and realized he could be the better person and do his part to help those in need. The actions of Kano consisted of him finding sick men "easy jobs to keep them officially 'at work'" and "[talking] guards into looking the other way" while POWs violated the prison law (245). Kano also "hung blankets" and "scrounged up charcoal" so to heat the rooms and "snuck sick men" from the Japanese doctor and to the POW who was a physician (245). Kano did more than just prove to the POWs that he was a compassionate guard, he possibly saved prisoners from losing their lives due to malnutrition, freezing, and misdiagnosis.
The instincts of the Native Americans were to help the people who came to their lands. They gave them the essentials they needed to survive. However, they did not know that they were aiding the people who would ultimately deceive them and take their land. Samoset, against his beliefs of nature, gave these visitors what they wanted simply to humor them, not out of his compassion. So, it is no surprise that the same process happened over and over.
( Our stores are in the ship’s hold, food and drink, the cattle are not here for our provision , or we pay dearly for it.) Odysseus is respecting the sun god buy not taking cattle and telling his men not to do so. He is being very loyal to the sun god because he could easily eat the cattle which would be good food that he has not had in a while, but instead he is respecting his god by not eating the cattle and is doing much good by this action. As you can see, Odysseus’s character possesses an epic hero because his character in the poem expresses and shows bravery as well as loyalty, and intelligence. Even though at some parts of the poem, Odysseus does not show these things, he still has shown them at other parts of the story and is considered an epic hero to me.
They only killed the animals for food, and out of respect for the animal, they would always seek permission from the animal’s spirit. This was called the Hunters Prayer. An example of a prayer would be “Deer, I am sorry to hurt you, but the people are
The fruits and vegetables were so big and delicious looking you could eat them right off the vine. The fruits and vegetables had insecticide spray on them so they could not be eaten until they are washed. At one point in my life, I did not like rain but I learned that the farmers need this rain to help make their fruits and vegetables grow. Now I feel better about God allowing it to rain. The people living in Baltimore County were so nice that you wished that they were your relatives.