- What is the true meaning of being alive?
- What is the difference between being alive and truly living?
- Who has ever fallen into the world by mistake?
- Are you alive or just breathing meaning?
- Who enjoyed being alive?
- How did Mourad enjoy being live?
- Is living and being alive the same thing?
- What was Aram’s first login?
- Why could Aram not believe his eyes?
- Why did the horse owner refuse?
- Did the boys return the horse because?
1 : having life : not dead or inanimate. 2a : still in existence, force, or operation : active kept hope alive.
Being alive is comfortable, truly living is breaking comfort zones. Being alive is free, truly living means spending every minute. Being alive is doing your part, truly living is having a million. Being alive is understood, truly living is always seeking answers.
Mourad’s cousin, Aram, says that “Mourad enjoyed being alive, more than anybody else who had ever fallen into the world by mistake.” This implies a hedonistic approach to life which may partially explain why everyone else considered Mourad to be “crazy.” We then find out that Mourad had stolen the horse, which we might
Originally Answered: Are we alive or just breathing? That’s a pretty good question. The answer is if you are always blaming others or god for a bad thing that happens in your life, you are just breathing, but if you love your work, your life, your family, your friends then you are alive.
Mourad was the type of person who enjoyed being alive but he couldn’t believe that he was seeing a horse in front of him.
He enjoyed being alive more than anybody else. Mourad loved horse riding. He had a way with a horse. He had tamed the horse by his affectionate behaviour and now the horse was no longer wild.
Definitions of Alive and Living: Living is just passing the days as a being breathing, eating, sleeping, etc. Being alive is living at a higher level of consciousness and taking note of our surroundings.
At the beginning of the story, Aram says that his earliest memories had been “memories of horses and (his) first longings had been longings to ride.” However, because his family has always been very poor, and unable to afford their own horse, Aram’s longings to ride have been generally frustrated.
When Aram saw Mourad with a horse, he cannot believe on his eyes because they are poor that it is impossible that anyone in his family can buy such a beautiful white horse.
He knew that his cousin Mourad couldn’t have bought the horse. Since he couldn’t have bought it, he must have stolen it. However, family pride came in the way. He refused to believe that he had stolen it.
The boys returned the horse to Byro not because they were fraid but because their conscience pricked them. John Byro recognized his horse but refused to believe that Mourad and Aram had stolen it. According to him, the fame of their honesty was widely known.