Chris Mccandless Journey

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Chris McCandless didn’t have it easy growing up in his household. His parents would always fight which he didn’t want to be in that house and around that environment. McCandless one day had enough of he drama and set out on a journey. His journey would impact his life, as he was out of society and in the wild. His journey would lead to his death, but seemed like he achieved by living in the wild other than in society. Chris McCandless seeked to find his own truth in life by going into the Alaskan wilderness. Even though Chris’s journey turned fatal, he should be admired for his courage on going into the wilderness and seeking his values, where most other people won’t end up in a wilderness for their beliefs. Chris wanted to find his own truth out in the wilderness. He wanted to be out of society and all of the problems just to be free. “McCandless was thrilled to be on his way north, and he was relieved as well—relieved that he had again evaded the impending threat of human intimacy, of friendship, and all the messy emotional baggage that comes with it” (pg 55). When Chris started his adventure he was happy. He was just living the moment where no one could stop him, just to follow his beliefs. Being on his journey Chris didn’t want to stay in contact with anyone. “Please return all mail I receive to the sender. It might be a very long time before I return South.” (McCandless 69). Chris had one goal, and it was to live one hundred days in the wilderness, and if someone

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