Before Brown starts to leave faith asks him, “pr’y thee, put off your journey until sunrise.” She meant this as that sunrise is a better and safer time to travel then at night when it’s more dangerous, this sets the mood Browns upcoming adventure. Which in turn is giving the reader a little hint that something bad maybe coming up. When Brown goes on his journey he remembers Faith (with pink ribbons) had a dream of the adventure he’s currently taking, that it warned him not to go; this makes Brown feel nervous and uncertain as he still moves forward into the woods. While walking further on the scenery begins to change, “he had taken a dreary road, darkened by all the gloomiest trees of the
Unit 375 1.1Explain ways in which risk is an integral part of everyday life Taking risks for most people is an accepted part of everyday life e.g crossing the road, catching a bus all comes with elements of risk. Risk is associated with our well being, employment, every day activities, using equipment and community participation. Some individuals who have a learning disability are usually discouraged from taking risks with daily living skills, employment and budgeting this is because people fear for their limitations, that they may hurt themselves or others. Everyone has the right to take risks and make decisions about their own lives, a balance should be found between service user’s participation in everyday activities and the carer’s duty of care. 1.2Explain why tradionally people with disabilities have been discouraged or prevented from taking risks Traditionally individuals with disabilities have been discouraged or prevented from taking risks to avoid potential harm, situations involving themselves, others and staff.
In the poem “The Road Not Taken” when the man decides to take the road less taken, “oh, I kept the first for another day!”, the impression that we acquire from this sentence is that he is a very adventurous man who doesn’t want to carry out the same things as other people. The conjecture we can reach is that crossroads or transitions construct an image of who we really are and the values we hold close to our heart. Furthermore, we have a greater understanding of ourselves and so does everyone else you went through the crossroad or transition with. At the end of a crossroad or transition we come out the other end changed. This develops and or changes our personality.
It is an underlying message given to the readers that opportunities aren’t just given to you in life, you must search for them your self by travelling to new places and experiencing new things. Nothing will come to us from waiting around in life. Realize that we all make mistakes in life, but the way we bounce back from those mistakes and learn from them is what makes us a better person. I
This is something that people who were traditionally raised know relatively nothing of, which gives a sort of advantage to those who were raised in the streets by letting them adapt to tough situations more easily. However, the second part (“But all the wrong things, not the things you want to learn.”) explains how these subjects usually aren’t what someone would want to have to know, “the wrong things.” We could assume that having to learn about certain things can prevent someone from seeking to know about many others, regardless of their interests or the positive ways in which it could affect them. Because of this lack of
Maybe when he says “The Road Not Taken” he was talking about the path that he chose, because that was the path that was less traveled on. Either way you choose to look at it, it still has the same meaning which is having to make hard choices in life. The theme/message in this poem is about having to make choices in life. As the man approached the fork in the road he then had to make a decision on which path to take. He looks at both and concludes that one path is more worn and walked on than the other.
Here are some reasons why most people hate to change or why it is just so hard to change our ways. Change is not something that we can do over night. We all think that change will be easy, well news flash it isn’t. We all want to change but it is just too hard to change are ways. One reason why it is so hard to change is that it doesn’t have to do with our surroundings, but it has to do with setting our mind to change.
So it is important for us to learn to use the roads properly and safely. No sane person would like to be involved in an accident. There are many factors responsible for accidents such as : 1. Inefficient driver: The drivers may not be qualified and may not be aware of road safety rules. 2.
Reasoning and decision making at this level is one thing that separates’ humans from all other creatures but even with this gift we certainly cannot be two places at once. Decisions or choices have to be made to set one’s life course. “Then took the other, as just as fair, and having perhaps the better claim, because it was grassy and wanted wear” (lines 6-8). Most of the time there is an easy way out or the decision can be made that
The first thing could be getting tickets which would hurt me in the pocket book which I couldn’t afford and second result could be jail/prison. I go there to see my husband because he has not obey the law before and I don’t want to live the way he has to so I obey the laws. We also obey laws because we all benefit from them. Protection of life and property, security of peace, welfare, etc. I don’t steal because I don’t want to be stolen.