Wiesel is a very intellectual man that can be easily persuaded to discuss various subjects because of course a person that wants peace on earth should be open to anything. So when he learns and also teaches the jewish culture, he always wants to be up to date with his information.
Emperor of China In the book “Emperor of China”, Emperor K’ang-Hsi catalogs what he believes to be good ruling principles, as well as, other personal beliefs. He is a righteous man who believes teaching morality through example. K’ang-Hsi frequently visited small villages, while on his expansive travels, to talk with common folk and learn local problems. Since he was young, K’ang-Hsi listened to those who knew more than himself in order to expand his own knowledge. This formed him into a very wise and enlightened emperor.
As Hitler started to do more and more of the Nazi Party speeches, they became more popular and more and more people came to listen to him. He presented himself very strong and a symbol of hope for them. He was shown to be very articulate to the German Public which made him seem driven and that he knew what he was doing. This made him like a messiah figure. Hitler gave the Nazi Party a figure of authority, determination, dignity and dominance.
His ability to influence people of all colors to examine their views of equality and racial issues was amazing. He was instrumental in the way the United States revised laws to ensure people are equal regardless of the color of their skin. Dr. King was a very well educated man and also an eloquent speaker. He used emotions and logic to get his points across to the audiences he was trying to reach. His most famous speech earned him the “Man of the Year Award” and he also was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
'The events in Moshe's life made him into a good leader.' Moshe is one of the most famous leaders of the Jewish people. He had many useful qualities, such as empathy and confidence. He may have picked these up as his life progressed. However, he also might have picked up a few negative qualities, such as impatience.
Joel was the son of Rabbi Hezron, which shows what Joel would be one day. In Ancient Israel, the son(s) of a rabbi or a “noble” would go to the synagogue school to learn how to be a rabbi. While in the synagogue school Joel met Daniel, who would, in the future, make Joel very happy for not being cruel like the other boys. Joel even tells Daniel “I’m going to go on to be a rabbi, probably.” By the way of being a rabbi’s son and going to the synagogue school, Joel knew Daniel who would help Joel start the “band of boys.” While Joel was in the synagogue school and not seeing eye-to-eye on most anything with Daniel, Joel was learning how to be a rabbi, and getting ready for the future by “being” a soldier. Joel’s and Daniel’s main difference was that the rabbi’s used Joel as an example for the other boys on how to act during school.
He has influenced my life by teaching me the lessons and showing me the right behaviors and wrong behaviors. In the description of my father, it is evident that language and language diversity plays a large role in critical thinking and expressions. Creative writers have the power to make the ordinary unique and the unique ordinary. My dad taught me the most important lesson: how to be a good Human. I still remembered the day that my father sat next to me and said that "The most important thing to help you become the successful person is your honesty.
I was always amazed by the way other people responded to him in public. His example taught me the importance of respect. Family gatherings were very special. Family unity was stressed as the bond that held us together given any situation. My father was an optimist.
That next year he was sent to The Hague to work for an uncle who was an art dealer, but van Gogh was unsuited for a business career. Actually, his early interests were in literature and religion. Very dissatisfied with the way people made money and imbued with a strong sense of mission, he worked for a while as a lay preacher among poverty-stricken miners. Van Gogh represented the religious society that trained him in a poor coal-mining district in Belgium. Vincent took his work so seriously that he went without food and other necessities so he could give more to the poor.
He found himself becoming polar opposite to his parents and even resenting them because of the fact that they were not college educated people. But when it came the time that realized he wanted to be close with his family it was his education that gave him the ability to speak and care about that. Rodriguez often referred to himself as the so called “scholarship boy” from Hoggarts essay. “For although I was a very good student, I was also a very bad student. I was a “scholarship boy” a certain kind of scholarship boy.