I have Never asked anyone around here to do anything for me!
It's just that he got his heart set on that store----
Now don't you start, child. It's too early in the morning to be talking about money. It ain't Christian.
You sound like im just about ready to die. Who'd go with me? What i look like wandering' round Europe by myself?
Ruth and Walter are discuss him working with Willy Harris towards getting his Liquor Store up and running. Also he expresses how he feels as though Ruth is not supporting him and his dream enough as a colored women and a wife.
You know what you should do, Miss Lena? You should take yourself a trip somewhere. To Europe or South America or someplace.
Walter and Beneathea discuss beneathas being "holy" . Beanetha makes it known that she has never asked anyone for anything to contribute to her dream of going to medical school. Also Walter gets heated when MaMas money comes into t he conversation.
Mama and Ruth discuss how all Walter has been worried about is the money every morning. They also discuss what Mama may do with the money but Mama continues to switch over and talk about Walter and his liquor store dream.
Well, neither is God. I get sick of hearing about God.
I mean it! I'm just tired of hearing about God all the time. What has he got to do with anything? Does he pay tuition?
Ruth suggests that Mama use the $10'000 to take herself on a foreign trip somewhere nice. Mama denys the suggestion as in she has better plans for the money.
Mama and Beneatha discuss how Beneatha is now taking Guitar lessons as an interest. Mama lets it be known that no none is stopping her from doing so.
Beneatha expresses how she feels about God. She feels as though he is helpless. Especially because he dosent pay tuition. Mama shows how she dosent like how Beneatha feels.