Atticus Finch vs. Bob Ewell William Dominguez The character of Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell as role models to their kids and others differ, both men are single fathers and this is very hard, it's harder than being a single parented mother because the mother has some sort of connection or care for the child. Some of the major differences between Atticus and Mr.Ewell are that Atticus cared about his family much more than Mr.Ewell did, so he was a good father. Atticus treated everyone equally including his children; Atticus treated them equally as shown on how his children can call him by his first name. Mr.Ewell is prejudice when it comes to anyone and no child should follow in his foot-steps but at the rate he is at, his children are. Atticus is a true caring father who always tries to be there for his family and always wants to take care of them well.
Once he came home from the rehab facility my girlfriend helped take care of him while I was at work. She helped in every way she could and one of my dad’s last wishes was that I merry her because of what she had did for him. She is now my ex-wife but I will never forget how much she cared for me and my dad at our time of need. My dad Frank J Anderson in my opinion was the greatest man that ever lived. He was a hard worker, a provider, a teacher, and a father.
My daddy is one of the strongest man I know. Through out his life, he has work so hard by himself to be where he is right now. My dad is very strict and harsh on his children but now that I am older, I realized that EVERYTHING my dad did, even though when I disagree with him most of the time, was for my future and my own benefit. He is one of the most selfless person I know. My dad would always put his family and children, me, first before himself.
His morals are so diverse than normal people. He is so selfless in this book and wouldn’t hesitate to help any kind of person. His job is his life, and he enjoyed it so much that he doesn’t even care about his money. He just cares about the health of the people who live in this world. His childhood and relationships with his sibling and his parents transformed him into a wonderful person.
The cold war was most certainly a war of words and ideas. Historians could see the speech “Tear Down this Wall” as yet another critical battle in cold war with the Soviet Union. We were well prepared in this war due to the fact that our leader, of the time, was an expert orator. The late cold war era for me was a frightening time to grow up as a teenager. Movies like the network television drama “THE DAY AFTER” reminded us how quickly our world could come to an end over a political squabble.
He’s always there for me, and he’s a wonderful friend, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. He tells me that he’s not my whole life, and that he’s not the most important thing, but yeah he is he really truly is. When ever I talk to him everything that is bothering me seams to fade away like it was never a problem. And when I’m with him, he’s all I see. He’s the reason I smile, he’s the reason I hurt, he’s the reason I cry, and he’s the reason I never give up.
Which father is more admirable and deserving of respect, the father from Wing’s Chips or the father from The Boat? Everyone has been through the experience of having to make a tough decision and having to sacrifice something you love or taking on something you really don’t want to. Being or becoming a father can be very tough especially if you have more than one child. Fatherhood isn’t an easy experience and it comes with many new challenges along with benefits. As a class, we read about two situations.
He was the man in the 1980s. I see the media portraying science as a positive impact on society that allows people to open their minds to the impossible. "Set phasers to stun" -- another oft-heard command given to the Enterprise crew. The crew often relied on the stun setting of their fictitious weapon of choice known as a phaser. Armed with a phaser, Kirk and his colleagues had the ability to kill or more desirably, stun their adversaries and render them incapacitated” (Briggs, 2009).
The only thing he can think of is his dead brother. That shows that Allie’s death has given Holden a strong base he can hold on to. Holden always had a positive image of his brother, and if he has that locked in his mind and something he’ll always like. He said that Allie was 1,000 times nicer than anyone that was alive, and that means he looked up to his brother a great deal. Phoebe symbolized innocence.
Never Forget 9/11 I was sitting in my first grade class on September 11th 2001. I knew that something wasn’t right sitting there wondering. My teacher anxiously picked up that annoying phone and answered it. She started to cry, hearing the information that the twin towers had been attacked. She turned on the tv in the classroom and slowly changed the channel to channel five news.