Eden had stopped trying to find answers after he was turned town several times. Years had passed and his youngest son Bond was now curious who the rest of his family was. Eden again thinking that he was going to be turned down again tried calling that agency one last time. Surprisingly he had a letter for him from his biological sister. He read the letter and found out that he was put up for adoption when he was a baby because his mother was sixteen and his father was eighteen.
Moreover, with his past life’s experience he has taught him to only express who he was through violence and conflict because he lacked the proper manner to combat the feelings he created for himself. He frequently misinterpreted himself through the events which unfolded from the external world surrounding him. Since many of these events were formulated from physical pain throughout the body, his mind could not move beyond these experiences so he freely chose to remain lost within this affliction and project the feelings he created for himself onto other people. Due to the fact that he freely chose to be lost within these experiences, instead of moving beyond them, an act of murder does not excuse the moral responsibility involved with the course of his actions. Thus, the main focus of this moral responsibility of his actions relates to the amount of freedom he was able to bears at the hand of this sort of liberation.
This shows how desperate the participants that were deprived of REM need to have REM sleep. This study supports the restoration theory as it shows how important REM sleep is needed to restore the brain. They also attempted to enter REM sleep 26 times in one night which suggests it is very important in restoring the brain and that we need REM sleep. Another study to support REM and restoring the brain in the restoration theory is the case study of Randy Gardner in 1966. He was a 17-year-old boy who stayed awake for 264 hours.
He gets over whelmed with second thoughts of decision which he made at that moment. In order to get him back on his quest a benevolent guide, his internal strength of curiosity and concern about young man assisted him in his experience. He then started imagining the worst scenarios that could happen to the young man. He wonders “if he is mentally disturbed” or “if he is thinking about suicide”. The narrator is unable to live with this sense of regret and unanswered questions, filled with frustration.
He has several surgeries on his back but eventually had to take a disability retirement. My grandparents moved to North Carolina to escape big city life to finish raising their family. Papaw thrived on excitement, and being "in" on the lastest rescue missions in the community really made his day. He joined the Center Pigeon Fire Department and became a first responder. Because of his back injuries he mostly did traffic control.
Although he does feel bad that he just abandoned him so close to the end of his father’s life, it didn’t stop him from doing it. “I went to look for him. But at the same moment this thought came into my mind: ‘Don’t let me find him! If only I could get rid of this dead weight, so that I could use all my strength to struggle for my own survival, and only worry about myself.’ Immediately I felt ashamed of myself, ashamed forever” (101). Here we saw Elie’s feelings towards his father really come through.
Since his mother was unable to take care of him, Charles spent most of his youth in and out of foster homes as well as juvenile halls. He switched between reform schools and various family members around the age of 9. By age 11, Manson was sentenced to 10 years in a juvenile detention facility and then transferred to a state prison. In 1954, at age nineteen he was released on parole for unusually good behavior. The next year Charles married Rosalie Willis and together they had a son named Charles Manson Jr., born March 1956.
This is because of the way Dimmesdale acts after his sins. He has realized what he has done and he tries to purify himself, but goes about it the wrong way. And yes, Dimmesdale lets Hester suffer alone most of her life because he does not confess, but at least he had guilt for it and he suffers in his own way. Chillingworth makes Dimmesdale suffer greatly during his life and he feels fulfilled by that because he is doing what he set out to do, to make him suffer and feel terrible for what he has done. And by masking his identity, he makes Dimmesdale wonder why he would want to do this to him.
Candide is so devoted to Pangloss that it seems like he is embracing all Pangloss’teachings and behaviour. Following Pangloss’ teachings make him unable to make his own decision and build up a stable life as he always came across very bad situations. Candide cannot realise that the main source of all these bad days are the results of his trust in Pangloss’ teachings an irrational thinking and we can see that till now all these disasters are happening because Candide is still following Pangloss. At a certain point of view we might believe that all the disasters that happened to Candide will lower his belief and trust in Pangloss. But ironically it seemed that all these disasters reinforced his belief in
Lester’s new behaviour and attitude towards the Behrani family is unforeseen, as at first he seemed like a very caring person who wanted to help as much as he could, but as his hatred towards the family increases, his change in morality does too. It seems as if all the things that he once cherished, have vanished because of his overwhelming and negative emotion. Additionally, Lester’s behaviour only gets worse when he thinks about killing the Behrani family. While keeping the family hostage Lester, “waved his gun in their direction and told them to keep quiet”(263).At this point in the novel Lester is a completely different man, instead of trying to protect others, he feels the need to destroy them. This all originated from his hatred toward the family giving a hard time to Kathy.