Although Woodman has great feelings, as portrayed in the incident where he stepped on a beetle, he still does not agree with the case. He holds to the belief that he does not have the heart to guide him and that is the reason why he happened to step on the insect. As a result, if he had a heart, he believes that it would have had guided him into avoiding stepping on the insect. His view, therefore, shows that his need to have a heart is much more profound than one would expect. It is, therefore, hard for other people to give him ideas that are different from the beliefs he has held in his heart. It also goes on to show that his peers need to guide him and continue to encourage him. Through the process, they may bear the ability to remind him of the great importance that he is to them as well as to other creatures. The concept would, therefore, accord him the great need to continue living and be of value to others.
The heart and its ability to lead others into not stepping on insects create a satirical feeling. In the process, Baum asserts that lacking a heart drives people into not being kind. Once a person gets a heart, he ends up believing that he will be kind without thinking much about it. The assertions are not only misleading but ones that create a chance to think a lot about the belief system that people have regarding hearts and the great importance that they are likely to play upon the lives of others. Essentially, kindness is portrayed in the actions that a person is involved in and not merely out a person having an organ called a heart. A person may, therefore, need to put more focus on conducting activities that would show the great care that he has for others. The person may also attain some level of care that would go beyond some of the expectations that people have regarding him.
Readers are, therefore, able to identify the fact that Woodman is kind to the level that he is willing to go through some form of inconvenience. His major aim is to ensure that he does not engage in an action that bears a chance to bring about harm to others. The concept may also push him to lack the ability to enjoy the journey. He pays a lot of attention to some concepts that may be hard to follow through on the part of his peers. They, however, choose to support him, given the great commitment that he has to ensure that he does not render some form of harm to other creatures.
In the same measure, Cowardly Lion appears to be braver than he had earlier on through. He has surmounted a high level of courage which enabled him to attack Dorothy’s group. He to the action while being fully aware that it was wrongful and quite contrary to what he would term as desirable behavior.