To sum up, Salva did make it through the stressful journey, Salva has been back and forth visiting his biological family and his forster family that lives in New York.. This journey lead him to the person he is today by inspiring people to not give up on a dream or idea they had. Today Salva is continuing a program for South Sudan “ Water For South Sudan” which builds wells in different villages in South
He helped others in the sense of building over 240 wells giving people water. Water at this time was a resource valued as much as gold. He will always choose to persevere through the hard times. He even says, “I overcome all of the difficult situations of my past because of the hope and perseverance and hope that I had.” The ending of the novel is so perfect because it set’s the fireworks that the story has been building up, in terms of Salva meeting Nya.
“Each time, Salva would think of his family and his village, and he was somehow able to keep his wounded feet moving forward, one painful step at a time” (Linda Sue Park p.41) A personal journey is what a character goes through to change or improve themselves. The character Salva from A Long Walk to Water was a young boy that lived in the dinka tribe in Sudan. When he was at school he had heard gunshots and had to leave the country without any knowledge of where his family is.
Salva’s Survival Have you ever survived through something that may killed others, Salva had been through a lot of tough things that tried to kill him when he was traveling to Kenya. There are many factors that helped Salva survive in Sudan such as strength, leadership, and persistence. There are many ways that strength helped out Salva in ‘’A Long Walk to Water’’. Salva’s toe nail came off and he was tough to endure the pain.
He didn’t give up and helped many people get clean, fresh water, even though they’re are so many people there who need help. When he found himself losing hope he thought of Uncle helping him get through the horrible desert. There were a million problems to solve in Sudan, so he solved them step by step, one problem at a
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.
Pride can be a positive or negative element in someone's life. It can help them succeed in their efforts or cause them to become greedy and selfish. In the short story "The Scarlet Ibis" by James Hurst, the main character Brother shows the theme of pride through his persistence and love for Doodle. Brother had pride in Doodle, considering his brother as "his"; he always persisted in working tirelessly with him on his successes. "
In order to survive our adversities some of us need survival factors. For instance, Salva Dut from “A Long Walk to Water” by Linda Sue Park needed survival factors in order to survive his adversities. This book is nonfiction and explains the story of Salva Dut-Ariik and what he did to survive. Salva used many survival factors such as bravery, hope and determination. Salva needed bravery.
Do you know what it takes to survive? In A Long Walk to water, Salva[how he had to survive]. Salva had to be very brave t do what he did and very strong to do it. There were many factors that helped Salva survive such as persistence, leadership, and strength.
Robinson’s determination on and off the field also sparked the creation of his foundation which impacts thousands of young lives every year. Jackie did not waste his opportunity in the major leagues and that example has been passed onto the kids in his foundation who have a 98% graduation rate. By not fighting back with anyone that heckled him, including the man he was supposed to give his bus seat up for, Jackie showed his truly great determination to be
The captain said to the reporter, “Samuel had always been a strong man. No matter how rough the sea was, he would always go in, fighting the waves. It’s like he belongs there. He was a good man too, always caring about his family. The crew will miss him very much, it will feel like missing a part of our body without him.”
First of all, Cabeza used his resources very well. He used materials he had in range of where he was located and things he hunted in order to overcome thirst, periodic hunger, and the cold. On October 28th, De Vaca and his other raft survivors were suffering from thirst, they were struggling to maintain their strength. Cabeza being the intelligent man that he was, then fixed the issue by using an efficient hollow horse leg to store water inside. During the time Cabeza was a slave for
He was always searching for way to improve himself to be the best man that he could be. Although he spent a lot of time over seas fighting for our country, Chris was also very devoted to his family. He had two kids nicknamed “Bubba” and “Angel”. They were the light of his life. He was a very thoughtful, loving, and caring husband to his wife Taya
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.