Boor shows this when he writes, “So you figured it would be better if I just hated myself” (265). The only reason his parents told him the truth is Paul confronted them. While they admitted that he had a right to know, they justified their reason for not telling him earlier. Paul may have understood that his parents’ love led to their over protection but he probably distrusted his parents and their ability to tell him the whole truth. Paul’s parents’ choices changed the direction of his life.
Anyone who want so hunt when I do can come too” (Golding, 178). With the boldness Jack can go off alone, when he had the perfect chance to apologize and go back to the group. The same thing happened to Adolph Hitler where he could have just avoided being “An agent of Province, a man of Destiny, whose vision of the future was infallible” (Schenkman); therefore making him a non-opened minded. This boldness forces him to be someone to do something big; going against the Versailles Treaty. He does not have the choice to accept any criticisms from those who disagree to his plans because people will think he is not doing what he has planned.
America is a free country and I agree with the opposing person that wouldn’t go because it forced on them. I believe you should have a choice in a decision that your life is at risk. At the same time I can see where sometimes it’s necessary to force people to serve because if everyone had the choice not to serve most people wouldn’t. I just think its wrong to force anything on someone especially when it has to with you possibly dying. People running away from not going to war can be a good or bad depending on whom the person is.
A conservative knows that change is the rule of life among societies, but he insists that the past not be forgotten. He is the complete opposite of a liberal such as in he the fact that he can be pessismistic about the possibilities of reform, he chooses stability over change, continuity over experiment, and the past over the future. (Lesson 18) Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt both worked hard to bring the nation out of the great depression. They both instituted many programs and reforms to try and save that nation. Some historians even say that Hoover was the bridge to Roosevelt's new deal policy, however, these two men were very different in their ways of thinking and running the government.
Courageous people will even decide for not taking an action if there are certain impulses which press them to do unethical things. In this case, “no action” is an action too. Conversely, a procrastinator in the sense of urgency may choose forced or brutal or blind bravery without sufficient mental shrewdness, and does not care about the impact of his/her actions, because he/she lacks of good assessment of faced fear and
Always doing the right thing by others led Beowulf to his death, showing that what is believed to be a virtue will not help a kingdom to thrive, but destroys it. However, the Prince was willing to cross the lines of moral goodness in order to maintain his leadership and increase opulence of his kingdom. People are not always committed, and when they don’t believe, they must be made to believe by force. (Bondanella and Musa 258). The Prince’s authority was more effective than Beowulf, due to the nature of morality, or lack thereof, necessary to be a prosperous leader and his judgment was directly affected by the environment and size of the community.
As an example, if one person has everything he wants, he couldn’t understand the value of precious things because he has it already and he hasn’t faced lack of satisfaction. However, the person, who hasn’t satisfied his own precious need, can understand value of those precious satisfactions because of the lack of satisfaction. As a result, second person do more hard work to reach at his own satisfactory line. Because of the under- indulging, people can understand that how hard work is important in our life. People, who are facing “under- indulging” will know the importance of hard work to satisfy their needs.
The risks of inaccurate judgment can change the live of a human within just a few seconds. Taking away another person’s life for committing a crime is like taken an easy way out. The U.S. government should stop using the death penalty as a way of punishment because it is unfair, unethical and crucial. The founding fathers of the The United States of America wanted a government that would show the tyrants or absolute monarchs of Europe that it was possible to coexist and live free within fair justice. Even though they excluded any religion to be part of the government regulations, they used Christianity to influence them and build a strong foundation for the new type of government.
Before assigning value to life it should be considered what that person did in their lifetime not just their job, or their major achievements, but how they affected other people in either a positive or negative way. This is why suicide is such a selfish act. In Hamlet’s famous speech he states, “No traveler returns, puzzles the will, And makes us rather bear those ills we have Than to fly to others that we know not of” (Shakespeare 33)? In other words Hamlet believes that it might be better to live through the trials of life than journey into the unknown. Suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems and when successful leaves behind a mass of grieving people.