O’Connor demonstrates conflicting ideas of morality by showing good and bad aspects of the family trip. She uses the grandmother to display the actions of morality as religion is use to save her life. Morality impacts our everyday decisions, and those choices are directed by our sense of right and wrong. Again, we must decide for ourselves where our morals originates. Many people support the idea that our morals make the matter of our hearts, that concepts of right, wrong, and fairness are “programmed” in each of us. This ultimately creates a system of virtues and values. What happens when our choices clash with each other? O’Connor creates a situation that’s vital and life altering so the reader can produce emotion that gives you hope the character will succeed.