Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Post 8 - Ordinary Man
Read the quote and the questions below and choose at least one to answer. Please include appropriate examples and create a meaningful response.
"In fact, I'm quite ordinary, but there are so many ordinary men that no one asks their opinion about anything," (p. 114).
1. This man never changes. He simply describes himself in different ways. How many different people can you be without really changing? List/Describe as many ideas as you can.
2. When can being ordinary a "good" thing?
3. What does this quote say about being ordinary?
4. What quotes can you find that support what the author is saying about being ordinary?