As Harrison begins to dance with the ballerina, the hyperbole continues. They defy "the law of gravity and the laws of motion" as they ascend thirty feet high and kiss the ceiling.
The point of the dance is to show the unbounded potential of human achievement when people are allowed the freedom to be themselves, operate in their strengths, and follow their passions. By making everyone equal, Harrison's society has tethered its citizens to the ground, preventing them to reach the heights of which they are capable. The dance is the contrast to the society; it represents what life could be and should be without draconian governmental interference. It inspires readers to leave behind whatever is holding them back and have the courage to be who they are.
C. Douglass felt resentment against slave owners, and with using words such as loathed, meanest, wicked, persuades the reader to feel negatively about slave owners.
we should change the way we treat animals because not only is there 1 million animals abused each , but animals don't even deserve to be beaten by someone, well anyone at that, but that they look up to as their person.Animal welfare has become a growing concern affecting acceptability of agricultural systems in many countries around the world. An earlier Judeo-Christian interpretation of the Bible (1982) that dominion over animals meant that any degree of exploitation was acceptable has changed for most people to mean that each person has responsibility for animal welfare. This view was evident in some ancient Greek writings and has parallels in Islamic teaching. A minority view of Christians, which is a widespread view of Jains, Buddhists and many Hindus, is that animals should not be used by humans as food or for other purposes. The commonest philosophical positions now, concerning how animals should be treated, are a blend of deontological and utilitarian approaches. Most people think that extremes of poor welfare in animals are unacceptable and that those who keep animals should strive for good welfare. Hence animal welfare science, which allows the evaluation of welfare, has developed rapidly.
a violent thunderstorm came out of nowhere; Joeys baseball game was cancelled