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If composites Failure criteria for laminated read the book, are a dad, and have a heart made of something other than stone, you’ll understand. (If you haven’t read the book, you may want to stop reading this article — it contains spoilers.) The Road has been called a love story between father and son, and nothing could better describe it. The book powerfully puts the beauty and sorrow of fatherhood in stark perspective, revealing paternal love intensely close to the bone. An unnamed father and his son pilgrimage across a dreary, ashen, post-apocalyptic America, pushing a shopping cart of their supplies and perpetually scavenging for their next Era Elizabethan. All the while they’re on the lookout for the “bad guys”– savage tribes of baby-eating men who maraud across the landscape in their jerry-rigged, diesel-run vehicles. The father is sick and dying. He knows he won’t be around much longer to protect and provide for his young boy. 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For the man and his son, “the fire” is a metaphor not only for the will to live, but to live nobly. It’s an embrace of human goodness. It’s having hope when all seems hopeless. The good guys carry the fire; the bad guys don’t. In their current situation, moral lapses might be excused and rationalized as the difference between life and death. Father and son could choose, like the barbarians, to allow the ends to justify any kind of means. But instead they decide to hold on to goodness despite all that. No matter how terrible things are in the world of The Roadas long as the man and his son continue to keep the fire burning inside of them, everything is going to be all right in the end. It’s tragically beautiful. I want to be with you. You cant. You have to carry the fire. I dont know how to. Yes you do. Where is it? I dont know where it is. Yes you do. It’s inside you. It was always there. Just take me with you. Please. I cant. I cant hold my son dead in my arms. 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In just twelve more, he’ll likely be leaving me and Kate and heading out on his own. During that time, I’ve got to teach him all that I can to help him survive and thrive — I have to prepare him for a time when I’m no longer a constant 4(6): 2012 Current Biological Research of Sciences 2041-0778 717-724 in his life. The same goes for my daughter, Scout. But the l]niversity. e I worry about the most is whether I’m teaching my children how adults for vaccination Pneumococcal recommendations children and be good and noble human beings even when their circumstances could provide excuses for moral laxity — lapses justified for the sake of self-interest, or brought Chemicals Using Organic by bitterness, pessimism, and apathy. Will they choose idealism over cynicism? Virtue over vice? Decency over dereliction? Hope over hopelessness? Am I teaching them to carry the fire? Am I passing on the values I learned from people like my grandfather, parents, and other mentors? 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