While this idea may be closely related to the premise of trust, it plays its own separate role. On Everest, loyalty by definition means that man will act upon his morals and rescue his fellow climber, even if it leads to their heroic death. Countless times during the climb, clients get into trouble and their guides rush to their assistance, at times climbing for hours and for thousands of extra feet to perform rescues, bring oxygen, or assist in climbing. During those times, loyalty means not hesitating to help someone else for fear of one 's own safety, and the guides and clients that are most trusted among the group are the ones who display loyalty. Lopsang Sherpa is fiercely loyal to Fischer, almost to the exclusion of other climbers.
Avalanches are very common in this area and could have quite possibly happened while they were camped out. An avalanche would of caused panic to the hikers and would explain why the tent was cut opened from the inside and was covered in snow. An avalanche would also explain why the remaining four hikers that had taken a few months to find were buried under about four meters of snow. Along with proving why there was flesh embedded into the bark of a tree along with branches being broken up to five meters high. This suggests that they were climbing up this tree to escape the avalanche and from being buried to
Sherpas are the ones who assist tourists on their way up the MT. Everest and also help them return if the westerners are not fit to continue the journey up everest. But after all their hard work the nepalese gov have not treated the sherpas with the respect they deserve. Sherpas have to face issues everyday they work on MT. Everest and are underappreciated by many on the mountain.
Paul Hockey was a one-armed man with absolutely no climbing experience. So… how exactly did he make it up Everest? He started out as just a man without an arm, making a living as a motivational speaker. Till one day, he asked himself, am I really going to consider myself disabled when I know I can conquer anything if I don’t give up. He had already lost his mother, father, step-father and his aunt to cancer and that motivated him very much.
Shackleton knew he had to calm his crew before they could go on because they had just lost their main source of transport. He had decided they better keep moving, although the ship was sunk they managed to get the dogsleds before it was submerged by water, as well as some lifeboats. This was great planning by Shackleton and his crew. On the way from Elephant Island to South Georgia island the men had to be on a rotating shift of hacking away at the ice that was growing on their boat. This would have been an extreme duty because if one of the men were to fall overboard they most likely would have frozen to death.
Then some consequences that occur was McCandless killing a moose. In a few days, the meat is rotten and overcome by maggots.Even traveling was a problem some times because if he tired he probably can’t walk that far or even when he doesn’t get a ride he sits there for probably a break which he hates because he wants to hurry and make it to Alaska. But that 's a consequence which he needs to deal with for traveling alone going free to do what you want to
Krakauer wrote that quote not only for foreshadowing, but for irony because it was not Rob’s team saving another, it was another team saving Rob’s. In regards to having to help another team, Rob Hall also feels, “‘With so many incompetent people on the mountain,’ […] ‘I think it’s pretty unlikely that we’ll get through this season without something bad happening up high’” (Krakauer 130). Krakauer wrote this quote to show that even though the climbers did not see the storm coming, they felt the bad omens of a disaster coming. Krakauer’s choice to write this way is part of the
Holden in The Catcher and the Rye and Biff from Death of a Salesman both struggle with becoming an adult. Throughout The Catcher and the Rye, Holden is reluctant to change into an adult. He feels the need to “catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff” (Salinger 93) falling off the cliff represents becoming an adult. Holden does not want to fall off the cliff because he is afraid of not doing well in life, even though he has his whole life ahead of him. Holden feels that the adult world has corrupted his childhood, and by becoming an adult he would become part of the corruption.
Ignored can lead to catastrophic consequences. In the story into the wild by Jon Krakauer the main character Chris Mccandless attempts to conform with nature alone with transcendental ways but dies as a result. Mccandless resolution was unjustified because he left his friends and family to distress, he did not have adequate materials to sustain himself in the wilderness and he overestimated himself throughout his journey. Some may argue that it was his right to strive for his goal by his philosophy but he ignored offers that would have kept him alive. Mccandless followed his journey to Alaska.
The town hated Johnnit because they thought he was taking their water. One day when the townspeople got tired of losing their water, they walked up the long side of the mountain and confronted Johnnit. The people of Wrightriangle told Johnnit that he had two days to stop stealing their water or he would be banished from Mt. Potenuse and be carried off to a faraway island. Johnnit did not know what to do; he hadn 't stole a thing in his life and loved his mountain, so he decided to figure out what was happening to the water in Wrightriangle.