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Transcript: Never look down on anybody unless you're helping him up. - Jesse Jackson Respect a man, and he will do all the more. - John Wooden Responsibility If you want children to keep their feet on the ground put some responsibility on their shoulders. - Abigail Van Buren (advice column pen name, real name Pauline Phillips) When a man points a finger at someone else, he should remember that four of his fingers are pointing at himself. - Lousi Nizer (Jewish-American trial lawyer) Being resilient will allow me to... Being Resilient... Respect Building Blocks Trustworthiness Rick & Dick Hoyt Story Fairness Honesty refusing to lie, steal, cheat and mislead anyone Responsibility carrying out promises, being accountable for your decisions, actions, and remarks Respect treat others as you want to be treated, refrain from violence (both physically & emotionally) Models You are the only one in control of what you say and do If you can't trust yourself, then who are you going to turn to when you need advice? - Craig Anderson? Trust your own instinct. Your mistakes might as well be your own, instead of someone else's. - Billy Wilder (American filmaker/screenwriter) How many times do you get to lie before you are a liar? - Michael Josephson (speaker on ethical living) Abiding by the rules Being a good sport Not taking advantage of others Trying your best to make it equal for everyone Where in school does fairness come into play? Can you think of a time when you treated someone unfairly? The Foundation that Builds Good Character TEAM HOYT Famous Quotes Last of the Famous Quotes QUALITIES OF DIGNITY Honesty means that you are worthy of someone's trust people that are worthy are often given responsibility because they can get the job done. who is one of the most trustworthy people you know? Why? name some ways that you can show your parents that you are trustworthy. Four Pillars of Dignity of Good Character Honesty The people and philosophical models that help you determine how you live your life I am a big believer in the 'mirror test.' All that matters is if you can look in th mirror and honestly tell the person you see there, that you've done your best. - John McKay (Head Football Coach at USC) A lie has speed, but truth has endurance. - Edgar J Mohn No man has a good enough memory to make a successful liar. - Abraham Lincoln QUALITIES OF DIGNITY the ability to bounce back after adversity (when something does not go the way as planned) everyone has to experience adversity in order to build character if people keep you from failing, you will never learn how to build success from failure Trustworthiness Responsibility Being sensitive to the needs, wants, and emotions of others Being forgiving of yourself and others Is an awareness of other people's problems and a desire to help. Can involve your family, your friends, or total strangers Uniqueness Connectiveness Obeying laws and rules Showing respect for authority Protecting the Environment Power It means taking blame for something that is your fault rather than pointing the finger at someone else. Do you know someone perhaps that never accepts responsibility and always tries to blame other people? Look at honesty as truthfulness Do you consider yourself to be honest? Why? Famous Quotes Trustworthiness Compassion Uniqueness The people, places, and things that give your life balance You are the only one who can write how you live your life and design your future More Famous Quotes Good Citizenship Continue to move forward Acknowledge the loss or setbacks in life Understand the degree of my loss and the time it may take to recover

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Transcript: JUDAISM Foundation/Origin: Is not known for having one founder Began in the 7th century BCE Originated in ancient Palestine Current/Today: 14 million adherents Predominately practiced in Israel and U.S. Contemporary Issues - Poverty is an issue because without sustenance, one cannot be as spiritual CHRISTIANITY Principle Beliefs: Simplicity and naturalness Harmony and enlightenment No specific form of belief Live in accordance to Tao Women - all are equal Belief in afterlife: A person is eternal in their own life Foundation/Origin: Founder - Buddha; aka Siddharta Gautama Began in 520 BCE Originated in Northeastern India Current/Today: 360 million adherents Predominately practiced in India Contemporary Issues - Political issues involved with this religion incorporate militaristic conflicts and communist dictatorship BUDDHISM HINDUISM Principle Beliefs: Oneness of God, Angels of God, Books of God Day of Judgment Divine Decree Women - Considered friends and partners in faith alongside men - Women have several rights; i.e. inheritance and education Belief in afterlife: Resurrection of body and soul into either an eternal Paradise or eternal Hell Major Groups: Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana Who is worshiped? Varies - Buddha taught nothing is permanent Theravada - atheistic Mahayana - polytheistic Deity - There is no common belief in God - an impersonal force exists Religious Texts: Tripitaka (Pali Canon) Mahayana sutras; i.e Lotus Sutra To become a Buddhist, the follower must gain enlightenment and release from cycle of rebirth Major Groups: Shia Sunni Who is worshiped? One god; Allah Deity - God relates personally to his followers Religious Texts: Qur'an Hadith To become a religious Islamic member, the follower must act in accordance to the Five Pillars of Islam and submit to the will of God ISLAM Principle Beliefs: The 13 Articles of Faith Monotheism; YHWH The Messiah; responsible for restoring peace to the world Women - primary role as wife and mother, keeper of the household - discouraged from pursuing higher education or religious pursuits Belief in afterlife: bad afterlife - eternal Gehenna good afterlife - the World to Come (similar to heaven) Principle Beliefs: Karma Dharma Reincarnation Supreme Being Follow Pancha Mahna Yajnas (5 daily duties) Women - Hindu women are prominent, including several female Gurus Belief in afterlife: When karma remains unresolved, soul is born into a new body When karma is resolved, follower attain Moksa (liberation) from the cycle of reincarnation Major Groups: Saivism, Vaisnavis, Saktism Who is worshiped? One Supreme Reality; aka Brahman Reality is manifested in many gods and goddesses Deity - Gods relate both personally and impersonally to worshipers Religious Texts: The Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana To become a member of the Hindu religion, the follower must live according to Dharma Foundation/Origin: Founder: Lao-Tze Began in 550 BCE Originated in China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia Current/Today: 23 million adherents Predominately practiced in China Contemporary Issues - Globalization and the destruction of nature, hinders the discovery of harmony Foundation/Origin: Founder - Jesus of Nazareth Began in the 1st century CE Originated in Palestine under Roman rule Current/Today: 2 billion adherents Predominately practiced in North America and Europe Contemporary Issues - Evolution poses as a major issue of today. As science continues to raise questions about biblical claims, the tension between science-faith is going to grow. Major Groups: Reform, Orthodox, Reconstructionist, Conservative Who is worshiped? There is one god in Judaism known as Yahweh Deity - God has an impersonal relationship to the worshiper Religious Texts: Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Talmud To become a Judaic member, the follower must obey Jewish law, live ethically, join a synagogue, learn Hebrew. By: Haley Meno Major Groups: Catholic-Orthodox Catholic-Protestant Who is worshiped? Holy Trinity Deity - God relates personally through Jesus and and impersonally through the Holy Spirit Religious Texts: Bible To become a Christian, the follower must believe in Christ, receive baptism, and execute good deeds Foundation/Origin: Founder - Muhammad Began in 622 CE Originated in Mecca, Saudi Arabia Current/Today: 1.3 billion adherents Predominately practiced in the Middle East, Western and Northern Africa, and Indonesia. Contemporary Issues - political controveries link Islam to terrorism The Building Blocks of Religion Foundation/Origin: No founder recorded Began in 1500 BC Originated in India Current/Today: 900 million adherents Predominately practiced in India Contemporary Issues - Hindus are commonly associated with issues of child marriage and violent abuse towards women Major Groups: Philosophical Taoism Religious Taoism Who is worshiped? The Tao is worshiped (The Way) Deity - Impersonal relationship to followers; deity known as “the absolute” Religious Texts: Tao Te Ching Chuang-Tzu To become a member of

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Transcript: Epiphany “The other houses of the street, conscious of decent lives within them, gazed at one another with brown imperturbable faces.” (Joyce 154) Joyce uses symbolism to elaborate on a “adult world” from a child's perspective and the blind view which is given to it and how easily a child can go astray in it. boundary from the real & unreal lack of understanding Naivety In this world we often fantasize about unrealistic or materialistic things and will go above and beyond in hopes of attaining them. We should never allow ourselves to succumb to the pressures of idolized "objects" and the sooner we understand this, the "growing up" factor has finally settled in. Building Blocks Thesis In “Araby,” Joyce uses the literary themes of symbolism, epiphany and motivation to show the transformation of a child into a young adolescent through the tender milestone of ones first love. "I looked humbly at the great jars... [D]ark entrance to the stall and murmured: 'No, Thank you' " In correlation with symbolism, the use of epiphany from Joyce stands as his peak in which he wants his readers to really ponder just as he makes his character Sudden transitions from childhood illusions towards adult maturity Placing something higher then need be "I imagined that I bore my chalice safely through the throng of foes. Her name sprang to my lips at moments in strange prayers and praises which I myself did not understand." (Joyce 155) The narrators motivation is this innocent infatuation with Managan's sister Holy grail quest Redemption Plea of approval Symbolism In Conclusion Motivation

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