When Jewel surprises everyone by appearing with the horse, Cash defends Jewel and calms Anse's nerves by saying Jewel worked hard for his horse and only spent his own hard-earned money on it. Cash also consoles his mother who begins to cry after seeing her son defy his father in such a way.
Throughout the story George constantly reminds Lennie how much better his life would be if he didn’t have to take care of him. While George and Lennie are lying down talking George talks about Lennie being in “a lot of trouble” (Steinbeck 7). George is always reminding Lennie how much he doesn’t like him. He seems like he’s trying to be a father-like figure but doesn’t know how. George tells the boss that Lennie got kicked in the head by a horse as a little kid and that’s why he is slow, so Lennie asks him if it is true and George says that it would be a good thing and it would “save everybody a hell of a lot of trouble.” (Steinbeck 23).
Most unfortunate events are triggered by other events, but most would agree that the unfortunate events that took place in Job’s life were undeserved. Not only does Job have to deal with cruel punishment he also loses his children. This could cause anyone to become weak spiritually and physically. Only a heroic individual recuperate from this magnitude of misfortune. After reading Job, some wonder how someone so good could suffer so much, but perhaps the greatest lesson we can learn from the Book of Job is to never give up.
Also, Grant used to be a very hostile man and he didn't care for anything but from visiting Jefferson he started to care about his life and the things in it, he dedicated his whole self to helping Jefferson become a man and he would get into arguments defending his choices with his aunt even if she was very important to him and they never fought. This is greatly shown when Grant is on a visit with Jefferson along with his aunt, Emma and the reverend Grant talks to Jefferson and tells him how he needs him and how he is someone who can do so much while he cant, then he began to cry. This shows how Grant wants to make a change in his life. Grant is a person who goes from being miserable and only cares for himself into someone who can love other things in life and fights for
Saying that a person is either good or evil is like saying that a person has no thoughts at all. You cannot base a person as basically good or evil because we as people have both good and evil thoughts constantly. For example, we all love the people close to us and we wish them only the best, but at the same time, to those that have wronged us, we damn to hell. We as people have all thought about stealing something or hurting someone, which would be considered evil or wrong, but we also think about giving to others and helping ourselves achieve the most out of life, which is considered good. Chaucer saw this in people and knew that a person couldn’t be classified as good or evil because we are a mixture of both.
Dally can be mainly terrible and a bad person around no matter what situation it is, but deep inside he is the complete opposite and he will be most loyal to his friends. “Johnny was the gangs pet and Dally couldn’t hit him.” Dally proves he is tough, mean and bad by hitting everyone but he can’t hit Johnny so he treats him differently because he loves him and cares about him and he shows that by always giving him attention and helping him get out of trouble. If it weren’t for him Johnny would be in loads of trouble. Dally expresses his love to Johnny by treating him different than the rest and Dally caring about someone doesn’t match his status, but love in your friends and family can bring out the real you. Johnny is getting beat up at home.
It is a rare and beautiful thing to find someone that can stand up for what they believe in, still knowing that everyone else they know is against their ideas. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the protagonist, Atticus Finch, is a loving and just character who sees through the preconceived belief in his community that class and social position is very important by looking at everyone as an individual. He does this because of his own beliefs in equality and justice that he also tries to teach to his children. Atticus doesn’t act the way he does only for himself, but also for the people he cares most about. Atticus Finch is a loving, but understanding father.
Steeple chasing has considerable benefits. Without the sport horses that don’t make ‘the cut’ are killed or live in a life in a paddock, where they are treated poorly. Steeple chasing is not cruel because when the hot suffers and injury it is put out of misery swiftly by a professional vet. Too many people in society believe that Steeple chasing is cruel but these people simply do not acknowledge the benefits of the
They often use this friendship to validate their existence and comfort themselves, George is proud that he “got somebody to talk to that gives a damn” as this is a rarity and an achievement for an itinerant worker. George also expresses his fear of loneliness when he states “I seen guys that go around ranches alone. That ain’t no good”, because his bond with Lennie is all he has he fights to protect it despite the trouble it causes him. Lennie is fiercely protective of George because their companionship is one of the few things that he understands and is sure of, when others try to test this he maintains “George wouldn’t do nothing like that!”. The two men desperately cling to each other as loneliness encroaches from all sides and threatens to tear them apart however, inevitably, their dreams are blown to one side by the death of Curley’s wife as Steinbeck makes true the poem ‘even the best laid plans of mice and men gang aft agley’.
Feeling so hopeless in situations that can get to difficult it sometimes feels almost impossible to deal with them, but when Individuals who have the capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or a thing are able to experience the action or thing that is saving or being saved from a sin, an error or evil. Sometimes it takes a certain situation or problem to occur in life, that makes an individual realize what really matters in life. A man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others and their loved ones. There is nothing in the world so wonderful as to love and be loved; there is nothing as devastating as losing a loved one. A relationship that has turned sour is very difficult, both emotionally and mentally.