For example, “The welfare of all children has always been of utmost importance to me: the abused, the handicapped, the underprivileged, the ill. I can identify them because I know what it is like not to be able to communicate one’s pain and hope” (Klein 250). To Gerda, helping one certain group of people is not enough. She extends her reach to everyone, and this shows her belief. Gerda’s belief in faith in humanity is that people need to lead richer lives by helping those who have nothing.
Smith’s strengths are her loyalty, tenacity, and work ethics. She will still be anyone that she has placed in her circle and her family. She keeps going despite the hurdles and obstacles. Even though her husband had a lot of money and wanted her to just stay at home and raise the children, she insisted that she work and have her own money. She states that she doesn’t necessarily like working but she likes the fact that she works and can support herself and her children if needed.
For that reason, she tried to service the Jews as much as they could - keeping in mind that Israel is God's chosen people, and she was to obey God's commands. She willingly followed God's plan for her, and her commitment toward God is what inspired me to write this essay in regards to the qualities that God gave Corrie, and how we should strive to obtain them for ourselves. God blessed Corrie a great heart of compassion. She loved the Jews and strived to help them every way she could. She gave up so much for the Jews, and went out of her way to make them comfortable.
You can see this though many ways. One way is the way she refers to how things happen during her time as a captive. She sees everything that happens to her during this time and her life as God’s will. She believes that everything happens for a reason and looks to God. During her time when she was lost in the wilderness she states, “I cannot but admire at the wonderful power and goodness of God to me (112).” She wasn’t afraid to admit her faith; she confesses it throughout the entire narrative.
She taught me to respect other people and that while everyone has their opinion; it is in no way my right to take that away from them, whether it is wrong or right. Her actions spoke louder than words, but her words also still spoke loud, she always saw the best in people no matter how rude they could be to her she would still be friendly and actually be concerned about them. I spent every weekend with her at her home in Lakewood where she taught me everything I needed to know about life, things I’m just now realizing but are very important values I have been living by my entire live consciously or sub-consciously. Living through a war is something she very rarely talked about but I listened when she did. She talked about the city going completely dark at 6pm so the Nazi’s couldn’t see where they were dropping the bombs, how they would have to close the shutters every night and stay in their basement till the next morning and not knowing whether or not she would make it throughout the night.
(Dorn) Lowell already proved that she would side with the deserving because she has founded all of these programs and organizations to help the poverty and defenseless. Lowell has played a big impact on a humanitarian crisis, showing us that poverty is a deliberate problem. Her passion has led others to create new programs and foundations for the poor, and has compelled others to do so as
The words of her father while on his deathbed seems to be what I felt Barton lived by in her life; “As a Patriot he bade serve my country with all I had, even my life if need be; as the daughter of an accepted Mason, he bad me seek and comfort the afflicted everywhere, and as a Christian he charged me to honor God and love mankind”. She of course had her faults as everyone does, but they did not always have bad effects. While she was not keen with others surpassing her, it helped her to also go farther than she would have most likely imagined. By standards of today’s idea of Christianity, it would depend on how you look at it. She accomplished a great deal of good in the United States, and in the world itself, but is the question would be if what she did was good enough to
Child of The Dark Paper Carolina has made some bad decisions in her life, but so has everyone else. To me she represents the everyday woman struggling to keep her family alive and well. All she wants is the best for her children and herself. Carolina is a strong woman and she is very independent. As Audalio Dantas, I will publish the Diary of Carolina Maria de Jesus because I want to show the people how Carolina’s pride in her own independence is the vital importance that determines both her identity and the way she reacts with other favelados.
People are always throwing their garbage on the corner of the streets instead of putting in on the garbage can. The Maslow’s Hierarchy of need, growing up she had all the support a family could give to their child. Her family gave her shelter, food, clothing etc., everything she need it they provided her with. They also made her feel safe and secure they were there to protect her from anything. She also had love until this day; she has been able to count on her family always.
Her name defines a woman that came into the world pure and left out of the world as pure as she came in. Joan of Arc fought for what she believed in and that was her religious beliefs. She believed that God and her spirits chose her to complete a task that only she could have done at that particular time. In other words, her steps were ordered and designed in a particular manner. Her name still carries the powers as it did in her day; as if she was still breathing and fighting on the earth, because many believers still call her name in prayer with hopes that she will intercede on their behalf in order to obtain a favorable life.