People should have their own freedom of rights
The Giver Lois Lowry: Jonas finds out that they are in control of things and that when that happens they have to let things go in their life and move on. Jonas realizes that everyone has their freedom and their freedom of choice as well. The Giver tells Jonas that they have to prevent people from making the wrong choices and make sure they make the right ones. People should have their own personal freedom and have their ability to make peace and lack of personal liberty.
I think The Giver, by Mark Haddon is amazing because I think the Giver is teaching Jonas the right things to do and I think that Jonas is learning a lot right now. Jonas finally realizes that everyone has their freedom and that they are allowed to do whatever they want to do. People should not make the wrong choices in life and that they should always make the right choices. People should know their rights and learn how to obey them.
A passage from pages #90 - #91 that seems important is: "Oh there is a lot to learn and there are many rules and punishments for disobedience." I think this is important because I think that everyone should follow the rules and make sure that they dont break it or anything and everyone should be punsihed or grounded if they are not follwing the rules at all because kids are suppose to be mature.
Another part that I enjoyed was: "Training was hard for Jonas, but he kept on going through all the pain. He gave up his friendship for all this training and now he just felt bad, but her had to follow the Giver's orders." This is an example of something important in this book. It shows that Jonas is a really determined person, but now that he gave up all his friends he has nothing else now but himself and his devotion to life.
This section of The giver reminds me of something in the news. What happened was that this dude was so determined to do something he just gave up everything in his life just to do what he really wanted to do and now he has no friends and now he regrets for what he has done. He just want everything back and he just wants everything to be the same again, but nothing for him will be the same ever again.
What's probably going to happen next is that Jonas finds himself futhur away from his friends and his family when he realized he never felt this real pain that was inside him getting deeper and deeper. Jonas learns how to recieve memories and his memories are becoming stronger and he learns his new values. He realizes that he needs to release his pain and that this was the only way just to isolate everything that was in his life.
I am looking forward to reading the rest of this book because I want to know what is going to happen next and I cant put this book down. I want to know how isolated he gets from everyone and how his life is going to be later on and I think he is getting stronger and becomming a stronger person which I think is a really good thing.