I chose this picture because Shukhov is quite sad because he didn't get a parcel, and one of his gang members asks him to bring supper for him. Every single prisoner in the camp is getting a parcels from their family, wife, girlfriend, friend, brother, or sister. But Shukhov gets nothing every single time parcels are being sent out to the prisoners, and every time the parcels do get sent out Shukhov hopes that somebody will come shouting his name to get his parcel. But no one comes, and that breaks his heart. It breaks his heart because every body is getting something that they will enjoy for a bit, like sugar for tea, butter for bread those types of things. And Shukhov gets no of that and he is al ready suffering, but then one of his friends comes and asks Shukhov if he can bring him some supper even though it's against the rules. Then Shukhov's heart starts to feel better, he starts to feel happier, and he thanks his friend.
This part stood out to me because it show us how we can help others feel better even if they have nothing, or are having a bad day. The image shows a man helping another man get up onto his feet, and it also shows how helping one another can make a change in the person or in life. In conclusion helping one another can make people feel happier and change you.