The communication in family is very important for the good of all the members of the family. As Emma Thompson sad ''any problem, big or small, within a family, always seems to start with bad communication. Someone isn't listening''. According to me if the communication is not taken seriously there is going to be troubles and incomprehension between the family members and that could guide to the dissolution of the family relation.
This communication is important because trough that communication children could learn the virtues and values. They could acquire responsibilities and how to achieve them. Virginia Satir said once ''feelings of worth can flourish only in the atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open and rules are flexible. Also though the communication children should know that they have to respect each other and how to behave in society.
For the parents to organize themselves about everything in the family like the education of their children, about work, about the moment they could spend time together as a family, to talk about the value of the family, The budget of the family, the creation of the spiritual bond between them and for their children.
Since the dawn of recorded history, something like 110 billion human beings have been born into this world. And not a single one of them made it. There are 6.8 billion people on the planet.
Roughly 60 million of them die every year. 60 million people. That comes out to about 160,000 per day. I read this quote once when I was a kid, “We live alone, we die alone. Everything else is just an illusion. ”It used to keep me up at night. “All alone! Whether you like it or not, alone is something you'll be quite a lot! We all die alone. So, why am I supposed to spend my life working, sweating, struggling? For an illusion? Because no amount of friends, no girl, no assignments about conjugating the pluperfect or determining the square root of the hypotenuse is going to help me avoid my fate. But what i know is,i have got to do something to make the difference. I have better things to do with my time.
This is about a movie called Good Fellas you can watch it but this is the story i wrote about what i understood:
Most gangster movie made back in the 1900's made gangsters look a certain way. Most off all the movies made them look like they were the villains like they were only capable of doing anything right, like all they were capable of is messing up our cities and terrorizing our people and business. In the movie Goodfellas a lot of the characters were depicted as bad guys and most of them were. In the movie I definitely think that the audience saw him as a gangster trying to be hero for the simple fact that he always showed a caring side. From seeing the movie myself I definitely think that the audience would like to see him succeed because I definitely would of like to see him succeed as well. He seemed like just one of the good guys in a gang who was surrounded by bad guys. In the movie henry hill was one of the good guys to me, I just feel like he was caught up in wanting something better than how he grew up for example his dad worked from job to job and had the whole family living in a small apartment. Henry hill was motivated into criminality all because of how he was brought up. In the beginning of the movie you could see how he lived with his family. His dad barely making ends meet working pay check to pay check, had the whole family living in a small apartment. At the time they lived in a neighborhood where he would just look out the window across the street and just see how good the gangster life was. He liked the fact that nobody ever bothered them playing cards all night in the sidewalk. He also liked the fact that they had nothing but the nice things and they always got respect. So when he started working across the street at the deli parking their cars, to making there deliveries he started getting more and more involved in the gang and started making way more money than he ever seen his dad made. That instantly changed him because he now knew that he doesn't not have to work as much, that he can have everything that he never had. From that point on there was no getting out of the criminal life for him. He had everything he wanted from respect, to cars, clothes, and now a wife and kids, and also the girlfriend, but most importantly fast money. Of course the things that he did were not justifiable and won't ever be. But I honestly feel he had no choice it was either work hard like his dad and don't get nothing in return or work less and get ten times more than his dad ever did, and we all know what route he choose. To me Henry hill audience wants to see him succeed because we see him as a sympathetic hero and not a villain. We see him as a hero because he carried qualities that you won't see in a villain like he is very selflessness, sympathetic, smart, loyal, caring, and patient. When you really think about it henry hill never really does anything wrong or unlikable in the movie. He never killed anyone and always tried to stop Jimmy from killing Morrie. He distances himself from Jimmy and Tommy and their craziness and ruthlessness. The only time he ever beats anyone up is to protect Karen. One thing that makes him look like a hero instead of a villain is the fact that since the beginning when he started working for Pauli he always kept his morals in spite of what everyone else thought. For example when he was working at the deli and there was a guy walking down the street yelling help and nobody else wanted to get involved, he went outside and called the ambulance helped the guy with aprons so that he won't be bleeding as much. Henry hill is the caring one who got up and cared for the young boy when Tommie shot him in the foot and the only one who got up to check and see if the young boy was okay when Tommie shot him multiple times in the chest. I think that the qualities that henry hill portrayed in the movie definitely made him redeemable. One reason I can say that is for the simple fact that he saved his family life. Everything that he did was for his family to keep them in the life that they were accustomed to. Like when he started selling drugs in jail all that was because he wanted to still be able to take care of his family. When he got out of jail and started selling drugs all that was because he saw that small house that his family was living in while he was incarcerated. That immediately took him back to how he grew up and he had to change that as soon as possible. One thing that stood out to make him redeemable is the fact that he gave up his whole life as a criminal cause he knew that he had to save his wife and kids he knew that he had to confess in court his partners for the sake of his family and that's what makes him redeemable. To me A villain is someone who has no remorse someone who does a crime and does not think twice, someone who can who does not see that have done wrong and henry hill is not that at all, he was simply a guy who wanted to live a better life that what he seen growing up.
I would like to share with you the thoughts below and on three types of men: 1st type: a man in touch with God discovers he has things to change in his life. And he really wants to change. But the problem is that it takes no decision to change. It remains in good intensions only, without taking concrete steps to actually change. - It is a man of good intentions - He's afraid of tomorrow, for the future - He raises questions about what will become - He likes the ease 2nd type: a man in touch with God, discovers that he must change, that we need to make sacrifices to please God; and take concrete decisions, but unfortunately that's not the way he would solve his real problems (example: you have a stomach ache, you take aspirins): - He deal with inappropriate solutions - He does not think about the appropriate means - He often takes the secondary problems - He is letting go of serious problems - He's afraid of radical commitment - He never jokes 3rd type of a man: a man in his encounter with God is determined, determined to change and goes to take concrete steps, even if it's hard and will cost him, even if it might affect. - He does what pleases God - It Does what he likes, but in the fear of God - It leaves positively. - It's all for the love of God.
The trouble with girls is they're a mystery, something about them puzzles me. Spent my whole life trying to figure out Just what them girls are all about. Everything about them does something to me but i guess that's the way it's supposed to be.
They're sugar and spice and angel wings and hell on wheels and tight blue jeans. A summer night, down by the lake An old memory that you can't shake They're hard to find, yet there's so many of them The way that you hate, that you already love 'em But I guess that's the way it's supposed to be
The way they hold you out on the dance floor The way they ride in the middle of your truck The way they give you a kiss at the front door Leave you wishing you could have gone up And just as you walk away You hear that sweet voice say... Stay
They smile that smile. They bat those eyes. They kill you with "goodbye". They hook you with one touch and you can't break free Yeah, the trouble with girls is nobody loves trouble as much as me.