The Red Badge of Courage (Chapters 1 and 2)

I’ve knet eh eight pair of socks, Henry…

Here we see a mother, worried beyond belief of her son’s going to war, wishing him farewell. Apparently he wanted to got o war, as he had begged his mother many times and stayed oblivious to her NO. He went behind her back and signed up anyway, and just went up to her and said that he had enlisted. He was disobedient. As we will see, and have always seen, disobedience has consequences. I know, I still need a lesson in obedience, and am not very good at it, but that doesn’t mean that I’ll enlist in the army or anything. (Hopefully) I’ll never do anything that stupid.
If you are ever disobedient, you need to make sure it doesn’t repeat, or become a habit. Obedience is a virtue, and nobody wants to have to learn a virtue, the hard way.

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