A lawyer asks Jesus what he should do to inherit eternal life. Jesus confirms that that by loving God and your neighbor you will inherit eternal life. The lawyer wants to know who is considered his neighbor, and Jesus proceeds to tell the story of a man who was robbed and was left for dead. The first person who walks past the injured man is a Priest. The Priest crosses and walks on the other side of the road.
In a casual, detached tone the speaker moves around the church, running his hand around the receptacle of holy water and reading a few verses from the bible at the lectern, saying ‘Here endeth’ more loudly than he had intended too. The words echoed in the room, as though joining the mockery, tired of the same mechanical practice day after day. On his way out the speaker donated a worthless Irish sixpence, reflecting that the church was not worth stopping for. Yet the speaker says that despite that he did stop at the church and he often does, each time feeling the same way; at a loss and wondering what will happen to the churches when they fall out of use completely. He wonders if a few will be forever on display like exhibition pieces while the rest
When I let my husband know that I was starting to get a migraine, he said that I was just making up excuses to not make his lunch. Although I felt terrible, I started to make his lunch as he was getting ready for work. As I started to put this in his lunch box, he yelled about his work clothes. His one pair of work pants were misplaced. Again I had to stop what I was doing to get his pants.
After Hugh meets Bleheris he often goes to visit him. One day, when he is on his way to visit the hermit, he gets lost in a thick fog and even though he hurts himself he kept walking. Also, when Hugh gets his horse taken away by bandits, he says to himself that he will keep walking and get back the Book of the Seynt Graal. Lastly, when Hugh and Dickon are exploring the passageways, Hugh's lame leg starts hurting but he thinks to himself that he will not slow Dickon down and he forces himself to keep going. Truly, Hugh develops into a persevering young man.
To show his sadness and make it believable, as the actor saying the words “I trying to concentrate on the pages I was reading.... I tasted something salty in the corner of my mouth and realized I was crying”, his tone changes from rather relax to a very sad, regretful one and with a serious frown on his face. After he called back and asked his son to have lunch with him, he asks himself why he did this. The actor’s voice speed begins to rise and he begins a series of actions, he walks to the left side of stage and then goes right and then goes left again, he also puts his hand on his face and messes his hair. All these show his anxious.
Oral History – Immigrant My grandfather, Francisco Avalos, was born on February 15th, 1943 in Ixtlán de los Hervores, in the Mexican state of Michoacán. He was the youngest of four siblings, all of whom who died when they were children. His father had a job that paid well, so his family wanted for nothing and he received a high school education. He was raised Catholic in a Catholic home and with this came an organized and strict upbringing. He attended weekly Sunday masses and received the appropriate Sacraments: Baptism, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation, and much later, Marriage.
But he remembered the holy commandment to feed the hungry. Plimo reluctantly called the beggar inside and returned to his table to dine with his family. The man sat down and removed his shawl which revealed his ugly sores, many of which appeared to burst. Black flies flied around them, and the man waved his hands now and again to disperse the insects. Plimo's wife and kids were much disturbed at the sight.
A few minutes later the boy asked for another piece of bread but an aide said there was no more. The boy replied “ok” and a minute later said “I want more milk” to an aide and she poured him some more. The boy burped loudly and an aide told him to say “excuse me.” The boy replied “excuse me” back to the aide. The boy proceeded to throw away his own plate but spill some of the remains of his food on the floor. He said “oh-oh spaghettios” when he realized his action.
The first week I was very nervous, so I made several mistakes. Once, I made the sandwich with the french bread; the clients told me it was wrong; he wanted the ciabatta bread. I was embarrassed for the mistake I had made; however the person understood that it was my first day and didn’t yell at me. He just asked me to get another one, which he had ordered. Second, the clients were very nice and polite with me.
On their way to the place, they see four soldiers "The old man stepped into the street, out of their way. The boy saluted, and held his ground. The soldiers smiled, returned his salute, and parted their ranks to let him pass." When they arrive, they eat their lunch, close their eyes and sleep for a while. In the end of the story the boy disappears when the man is sleeping out in the woods, and when he realizes this, the panic wells up in him.