The concept of the horizon is a recurrent one in <em>Their Eyes Were Watching God</em>, and it is a symbol of Janie's journey towards self-fulfillment. Although at the beginning of her journey, Janie is confused about who she is and what she wants, the book describes the changes that she undergoes in order to achieve independence and acquire a different voice.
2). At first he feels depressed. He turns this depression into realizing how lucky he is to have the time to make the most of his remaining life and spend time with family and friends.
3). Morrie's illness has a positive effect on his relationships. Morrie strives to spread love and knowledge to his visitors. Morrie refuses pity from friends and instead asks for visits and phone calls rather than sympathy.
4). Morried decides to do this so he can hear what loved-ones have to say about him while he is alive.
5). As a result of his Uncle's death, Mitch pushes himself farther and faster than necessary in his career feeling that his name in print is lasting evidence of his success in life.