We won’t know the exact reason because he journey proved fatal. We can only base our ideas off of books and his family statements. He believed that he needed to isolate himself from the rest of the world to find himself. He felt the need to enjoy nature and how a life without money and materialistic things would be. As I stated before he could’ve have accomplished his goals in a different way.
In “Wordsmith” by Young and “The Gold Mountain coat” by Fong Bates both passages show relationships between fathers and their children. The relationship between father and daughter in “Wordsmith” contrasts greatly with the type of relationship that Sam Sing has with his children. Although the relationships are very different, both passages show the importance of communication between family members. In “Wordsmith” the father is trying to fix the relationship between him and his daughter like how he is trying to fix the maintenance of the house, “he begins the... process of filling in the gaps... (4-5)”. With all the years the father has missed, he wants to be a part of her life more.
For example, unlike with Nathan the native people actually like Brother Fowles and his family. On the other hand the Congolese want to get rid of the Prices. Nathan isn’t very effective in his teaching because he comes at problems head on with an iron fist instead of being understanding, compassionate, and caring for the Congolese. In return, the Congolese reject Christianity and fall back on their own religion. One of the main Congolese that rejects Nathan’s search for justice is the chief of the village, Tata Ndu.
One saying that has been passed down from generation to generation is that war is always unjust and cruel. The story, My Brother Sam is Dead, by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier, shows how one family was dragged into the war and split apart by it. The Meeker family experienced the unfairness of war by losing friends and family and their business suffering. War is unfair for a number of reasons. One of them is how it drags people into it.
This can be seen through his work building wells in different villages in Sudan, helping his sick father, and helping refugees. Salva went back to Sudan to help other people that were not as fortunate as him and build them wells so they can access water. Once Salva got to America he realized there were still people in Sudan living how he lived or worse, having to walk eight hours a day to get water. Since Salva had access to more people, money, and resources in America he could get them help. He overcame his fear of publicly speaking so he’d be able to make speeches at schools and churches, which helped him raise money.
While Roméo Dallaire worked hard to help the people of Rwanda, his countries and other developed nations hardly aided him. When asked about the genocide in later years, Dallaire said, "Since nobody else was offering to send troops, we had to take what we could get." This is exactly what him and his troops did. They worked hard to try and get more media coverage, since, as previously explained, the international community was turning a blind eye to Rwanda. The equipment they were receiving in Rwanda was sub-par.
In Nya’s timeline Salva is an adult, who has escaped the rebellion that continued to rampage through his country. He had been proactive in the situation, and instead of deciding to never return to Sudan, he helps those who need it. Nya has been walking every day to collect water, an ordeal that takes up to eight hours. This has affected her ability to obtain an education, and if the cycle had continued, would further affect her sisters. Salva had started a movement to bring well water to many villages.
Doing that he earned his masters degree from Harvard University and got admitted to the bar. John Adams adored nature. He loved to be outside with animals and fishes he 'd would frequently skip just to hunt or just to be outside. Adams first plan wasn 't to be a lawyer he wanted to be a farmer. But his dad told him that he had to go to college and get a formal education.
It is an irony that there is no actual freedom in Africa. Ferdinand and Salim’s situation is an example to show how ridiculously they are caged in a small square. Salim could not lead his deserved life in the town; and still could not attain his individuality - his process has stopped even before reaching his goal; Ferdinand even though an official lives his life at the stake. The purpose of freedom is totally failed. Naipaul does not want to mix the myth with the real status of the society.
Meursault’s different opinion and refusal to hear the words of others separated him from the social norm and would rather believe in his own thoughts rather than follow the road the rest of the company rides. Kafka’s book, The Metamorphosis, witnessed a family struggling to keep their son
If they needed help getting back on their feed, he would purchase a month’s worth of groceries for their families to give them the state of mind that their family will have warm food to eat each day. I admired his character very much. It was not until a year ago when I faced my own financial struggle. I moved in with my bf had just lost my job and we faced not facing funds to pay for the basic necessities like water or food. I spend many nights crying and praying to my God that he supplies us with the resources we needed to pull through from the hardship.