But once again seeing through the eyes of the photographer he knew what he wanted. Avedon's photographs that I have viewed have shown me that even if people try and act happy, another person can see or make someone else see that there is more than just their smile. After looking at the photograph of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy taken by Richard in 1976, I feel that the clothing she is wearing is stylish as in other photos that I have observed her in. She is very lady like, strong attitude, yet if you look closer at the photo as I have I swear I can almost see her smirking just a little bit. I feel that she has been viewed by many as such a strong woman and there is nothing in that photograph that would depict anything different than that.
I really liked this book because it was full of adventure and excitement. Once I started reading it I couldn't put the book down. It made me want to have my own 'Wishing chair' so that I could travel anywhere I wanted to go, even if it wasn't a real place. I liked the made up names such as Chinky, Twisty, The Slipperies, Mr.Grimm, Aunt Quick Fingers, Winks, Mr. Spells, Tricky, Cinders, and Mr. Blacky. The story made me a little nervous at times when I thought something bad was going to happen.
Perhaps the most rewarding benefit of all though, is the recognition of God’s handiwork amidst the rubble of a seemingly ruined life. By helping the individual begin to put the pieces back together and sense that there is hope, that things can be better with a little work, is ministry at its best. How rewarding to search for beauty among the ashes. Beauty from Ashes: Reflections on My Internship Imagine for a moment having all the pieces to a very complex yet very beautiful puzzle but not knowing what the finished product is supposed to look like. By studying the individual pieces, it is easy to deduce that the image is one of great beauty because of the intricate designs, details, and colorations.
He is able to commit the act of adultery without being afraid, for a brief moment, of the Party. At first, we were told that the room had no telescreen which is an important aspect to this setting. It helps Winston to continue to rebel against the Party, and work against his inner conflict which is to rebel or not. The room is a safe haven because they think there are no telescreens and it gives them the opportunity to be their own people and disregard what the Party would think. This setting a place where Winston could temporarily escape to his own world and imagine life as it was before Big Brother.
Exceeding Human Limits Restricted by the constraints and expectations of being “Only Human”, society has come to accept their shortcomings rather than strive to achieve beyond our so called limits. As Jason Mraz so eloquently displays in his alternative song, “Only Human”, we have ignored our nature’s beauty in pursuit of something better. Although, that something better includes the “paving over paradise” (l.18) which destroys natural beauty; what used to be a park is now a highway. Mraz’s question to the world is: when will we wake up and realize that the excuse, only human, should not exempt us from our mistakes. As Mraz explains his message to us, he uses adequate diction and deep imagery to display our shortcomings as humans.
He gives such a persuading argument and its hypnotic and inspiring all at the same time. I hear him saying stay out of the boxes that confine, the structure of society, to challenge the traditions and conventional wisdom, to stay true to our nature. Emerson can almost seem arrogant in the way that he presents his declaration of independence. He even implies to pay no attention to his opinions as to which he seemed to capture me from the very first page. Emerson seemed to convey his value of “if we are self- reliant we don’t need to depend on anyone but ourselves,” its guiding our individual lives with the power of our “intuition” that which we are all innately born.
A Brief Analysis on the Abandonment by Beauty, Strength, Discretion and Five-wits As the matter of fact, when I first read Everyman, I did not realize the innate connection among Beauty, Strength, Discretion, Five-wits and Knowledge. In the 4th scene, all of them above mentioned chose to abandon Everyman except Good Deeds and we may easily draw the conclusion that only one's good behaviour or good reputation will be along with him and live eternally. However, when I read it again and think twice, this kind of abandonment that Beauty, Strength, Discretion, Five-wits and Knowledge have done is absolutely different from that of Fellowship, Kindred and Goods`. The abandonment of Fellowship, Kindred and Goods` is due to their shallow relationships with Everyman. These seemingly good fellows at ordinary times are nothing in dangerous moment.
Kurtz had opted not to return to England, and this bravery is something Marlow values, and therefore his quest is then centered around not only discovering the jungle and its people, but him meeting Kurtz and being able to speak with him. It is only impulsive respect that sparks
The Great Gatsby Passage 2 Commentary F. Scott Fitzgerald gave his novel The Great Gatsby much more depth than is first observed by the reader. One can read the novel, and be completely enthralled by the story without noticing the complexity it contains. A closer look at the novel reveals so much more to the reader than could be imagined, by examining the careful word choice chosen by the author. In this passage, Fitzgerald makes particular use of his language to make evident the theme of pride. Pride can be a good thing, but it can often have negative connotations.
“The World’s Fastest Indian” (2005) is an insightful movie directed by the world renowned director, Roger Donaldson. A character I enjoyed in this film was Burt Munro. I enjoyed this character because of his high, uplifting spirit of determinat ion. Burt Munro is important because he reveals the ideas of ‘Manawanui (Perseverance),’ ‘Realising Your Dreams’ and ‘Overcoming Obstacles.’ These ideas are seen through the film techniques: dialogue, lighting and types of camera shots and angles. Burt Munro is a character I enjoyed because of his total dedication and wholeheartedness towards his dreams, living a day at a time.