AIDS is like a curse in Bonang. Whoever affected by AIDS in Bonang society, they scared to share with others like Chanda’s mother , Jonah, Sara, Esther, Esther’s parents and Emmanuel among of everyone know they have AIDS, but they didn’t share. Esther said “So live in silence, hiding behind the curtain. Not just protect yourself, to protect the ones you love, and the good name of tour ancestors. Dying is awful.
Dying," Morrie suddenly said, "is only one thing to be sad over, Mitch. Living unhappily is something else. So many of the people who come to visit me are unhappy." (35) I think this quote means that dying is one thing, but if you live your whole life unhappy then you will never appreciate what have you accomplished. Yes, Morrie was dying but was happy with his accomplishments.
However, if numbers are broken down to the local level then there will be an emotional out cry. When a relative passes, it becomes a tragedy in the family followed by days of mourning. The grief is felt throughout a rather small group of people on average ranging no more than a hundred being affected. The death of a single person is the starting point of a statistic in the making. What many do not realize is that statistics are being formed and brought about every second of our lives.
A lot of Jews lost their lives during those years, some survived with scars that will never heal. But some people, despite the great amount of witnesses, ignore them and claim their information as false. By reading the information that the deniers of the Holocaust provide for people, it is easily noticeable that the deniers are racist toward Jews. It is why the people that deny the Holocaust will continue to deny it no matter how much proof is going to be provided. 1Works Cited Criticism of Holocaust Denial.
When I saw the book, the death was at every corner, it was easy to fall over and die. But, to hold on to hope and faith and to survive was difficult - a constant struggle. Like the Nanjing Massacre, the terrifying thought of what other suffering the people of Nanjing endured without being witnessed is unbearable. I saw a lot of people give up and give in to death in this book. But, still a lot of people seek to survive no matter what they have to sacrifice include their father.
Millions of people are involved in armed conflicts in the world today. Many of these conflicts occur in highly populated, poorer nations, which contain unique biodiversity. War destroys homes and infrastructures, while creating social problems and the displacement of people. Still, people are losing their friends, families, lovers. I know I do not feel loneliness like those people who send their families or lovers to war and lose their kids; I know I do not have the right to say it is just a war; I know that I have no right to feel
Screams would take place for three days before the people actually passed away from the wounds. Blood also streamed out of pits for towns people to see. Greasy windows and smells also hit the towns from the pits. The tragic events that took place in the pits and the making of the pits are something that will stick with me forever. This event stood out to me the most and the reason why was I was completely blindsided by it.
I never really thought much of euthanasia before this assignment. I mean I thought about it while watching Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice, but not in a serious life-relevant matter. Off the back, I can tell you that I do support anyone who wants to end their life because they are suffering, depending on the situation. I do not mean to sound heartless, but if someone is going through a great deal of pain day in and day out, and have been for the past year(s), and has no hope in progressing, then by all means, they should be allowed to end their life if that is truly what they want. Now if one is going through mild suffering that can eventually be cured, they should not end their life, even if they so desire to.
Many teachers, peers and even parents don’t realize just how many of the people around them suffer for this disease. In the book Dave says, “Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold left warnings all around them...they recorded their vitriol on film while manipulating every adult who could have stopped them.” The fact that the two students left warnings yet no one saw them is a very scary thing. This was Dave’s message exactly, not just our country but also the entire world needs to be more cautious about the lives and feelings of those around
I believe that gun control laws do not prevent crime; they just restrict legal citizens from protecting themselves. According to what recently has been portrayed by the media, the shooter involved in every major gun crime has had some type of mental problem, and in almost every case, the shooters showed signs of the mental disorder long before they committed their crime. Sadly, it seems nothing or very little was done to help the person in question. People with mental problems should be able to find and receive the help they need. In some cases, a family member tried to take the person affected to receive help, but they were turned away because of lack of resources.