I have never heard of them, but, if it was a child who showed them to you, they exist. There you will find a treasure that will make you a rich man.” His choices at this point are to go to Egypt in search of this treasure, which may or may not exist, or he could go back home and continue to be a shepherd. He goes back to his sheep but soon after meets the King of Salem, who further convinces him to follow his dream to the treasure. He could have chosen the safe option of staying where he was good at his job and could make his father happy, but instead he persevered in order to do what he set out to do; see other parts of the world. Towards the middle of Santiago’s journey towards his personal legend, he stumbles upon a crystal shop.
While his uncle was alive, he helped Salva do everything throughout the journey. Even when he died nobody forgot him and Salva’s memory of his loving uncle gave him the strength to finish the journey. Food and water was the most important factor that led to his survival. He knew that there was barely any water in the desert and that it was hard to find food which taught him to treasure everything he was given. Throughout the book we are led to believe that Salva’s parents and siblings had passed away but he never lost hope that they were still alive.
After all he has gone tossed in his life he definitely recognized what he was looking for setting off to the wild doing things he has never done attempting to discover who he truly is. To me i genuinely imagine that he definitely realized what he was going to go for after he went out he just didn 't need to be around any longer so he cleared out to do what he craved accomplishing for his life. Despite the fact that when he was dieing he was having streak backs of all that he has accomplished for individuals and for himself. Individuals were feeling that he was insane for doing all that however he truly wasn 't he was simply attempting to discover the importance of life and the motivation behind why he is alive attempting to discover who he truly is. He did he experienced a great deal to see who he is, despite the fact that he kicked the bucket he passed on with the answer he was searching for.
“My grandpap say he a great big old windbag.” (1.1) Seth Holly’s main focus was to have a stable life. He worked nights and during the day from time to time to make sure he had enough to get by. His dreams were to open his own business making pots and pans rather than just doing it on the side for Mr. Selig. Since Selig provides the materials and sells the items, he collects a bigger profit than Seth does. Seth just enjoyed having some business and doing what he loves.
For this reason, McCandless traveled with little effects. In addition, McCandless thought he could found the solution to his frustration with the adultery of his father, and found the true happiness for his life through escaping into the wild. Chris McCandless endangered his life many times in this adventure, and perhaps he was trying to find the happiness of the life through risking his life. He highlighted passages that he felt a strong connection to. McCandless highlighted one of the passage in the book “Family Happiness” by Leo Tolstoy.
The decision was difficult as both options don’t provide him a steady choice. As being a shepherd does not promise him to be with the merchant daughter and for finding a treasure he need to give up his well settled life. But at the end he chose to find treasure as it allows him to purse his personal legend or dram of travelling throughout the world. He always considers his choice before taking a decision this can be seen through this conversation of Santiago with himself, “Here, I am between my flock and my treasure, the boy thought. He had to choose between something he had become accustomed to and something he wanted to have.
I am not sure I will live up to his wit, but there are a few things I would like to say about Uncle Donny. Anyone who knew Donnie knows that he had a very strong work ethic. His children tell me that if they told their dad they were not feeling well and might stay home from work, he would respond by saying, “It is just as easy to be sick at work as at home, so go to work.” He was just calling them to live like he did. He never missed work. He was also known to say, “if you love your job you will never work a day in
As Amir and Baba were in the garden Amir brought up a topic that Baba had never thought or wanted to, he asked “if he had ever thought about getting new servants?” Baba was in disgust when he heard those words come out of Amir’s mouth. This made Baba angry and also made Amir see that if he wanted Hassan kicked out of the house he would have to do it discreetly. As Amir’s birthday was coming up there was much planning to do so Hassan was kept busy. After the party Amir saw Hassan and Ali leave the residence so he decided to finally get Hassan to leave. He then planted the money and the watch Baba had gotten him for his birthday under the Haasan's bed.
Lennie is always asking George to talk about the farm they are going to have even though George has told the story many times. George raises Lennie’s hopes by telling him “‘We’re gonna get the jack together and we’re gonna have a little house and a couple of acres’” (Steinbeck 14). Throughout the book, Lennie wants to be continually reminded about this goal to keep his hopes high that eventually one day it might actually come true. Without George as a constant reminder of the farm, Lennie would have no motivation to work towards anything and they would just be mindless farm workers.
George had longed for his own land and to live off of it with Lennie. “We will live off the fat of the land” he would always say. And that was all he had wanted, that was his American dream. As him and Lennie went through many difficulties to get attempt to get there, they never gave up. Soon after meeting an old man named candy at the bunk house, they had the whole thing planned out.