There are two ways that families influence values and expectations of their children: directly and indirectly. Parents directly teach their children values. Children watch their parents interact with others, make choices and determine right and wrong for themselves, and this impacts how they develop their moral self.
I beleive the answer is "Zeus sends two eagles soaring through the air as omens of death."
Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. He addresses this speech, <em>"</em><em>The Man with the Muck-Rake"</em><em> </em>in 1906. In his speech he condemns dishonesty and he calls for honesty and morality. What he could have also said to strengthen his position was that <u>the attempt to make money from attacks on character is immoral.</u> Roosevelt wanted people to try to do what was right for the sake of their country.
Events are often told in a way that makes the narrator seem to have been a part of the story. The tone is generally good-natured and light harted. The line between legends and tall tales is distinguished[by whom?] primarily by age; many legends exaggerate the exploits of their heroes, but in tall tales the exaggeration looms large, to the extent of dominating the story.
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