This question pertains to the 1989 movie and similar short story entitled “Driving Miss Daisy,” which is about racism and anti-semitism. The relationship between Miss Daisy and Hoke, the protagonist of the story, would be too antagonistic and forced if the former remained inconsiderate of the latter, who is her driver.
philippines welcome all foreigners here but except for the terrorists of course
filipinos are hospitable,kind, friendly, trust-worthy too. the philippines, more than its various waterfront promenades, enchanting beaches, and great cuisine, is also known for the hospitality of its people. filipinos, regardless of age, ethnicity, or social status are always ready to give tourists and other people a warm welcome the moment they take a step in their land.
“locals are very outgoing and helpful, which makes foreigners feels accommodated,” said eleanor webley, a manila native and internations ambassador.
the fact that the residents of 159 countries do not need even need a visa to enter the philippines, as well as the lower cost of living in the philippines, are just two of the many things that attracts tourists from all over the world to come and witness the beauty of this southeast asian country.
orpheus, son of apollo and the muse calliope, grows up in thrace, a land long noted for the purity and richness of its divine gift of song. his father presents him with a lyre and teaches him to play it. so lovely are the songs of orpheus that the wild beasts follow him when he plays, and even the trees, the rocks, and the hills gather near him. it is said his music softens the composition of stones.
orpheus charms eurydice with his music, but hymen brings no happy omens to their wedding. his torch smokes so that tears come to their eyes. passionately in love with his wife, orpheus becomes mad with grief when eurydice dies. fleeing from a shepherd who desires her, she steps upon a snake and dies from its bite.
heartbroken, orpheus wanders over the hills composing and singing melancholy songs of memory for the lost eurydice. finally he descends into the underworld and makes his way past the sentries by means of his music. approaching the throne of proserpine and hades, he sings a lovely song in which he says that love brings him to the underworld. he complains that eurydice was taken from him before her time and if they will not release her, he will not leave hades. proserpine and hades cannot resist his pleas. they agree to set eurydice free if orpheus will promise not to look upon her until they safely reach the upperworld.
the music of orpheus is so tender that even the ghosts shed tears. tantalus forgets his search for water