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Why does something that has taught someone so much have to leave and come back when it could be too late This seems like it is the case a lot with children This statement is shown effectively in the movie A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean Looking at Pauls life my life and life in general a person can see similarities The similarities show that a leader drives life when that leader leaves things may become tough and your parents might not be the help that you need I know that I am going to have to deal with similar problems as Paul and other siblings do In every sibling relationship the older sibling plays a teacher and a role model for the younger sibling This holds true in the movie A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean Awaiting Norman nearly everyday after school was Paul ready to go fishing Paul needed Norman to lead him through the meadow down to the river to make sure they got in the right spot Norman would fish lures out of the trees for Paul and correct him without making Paul feel as though he did something wrong Even after all the years Norman brought Paul fishing he knew Paul taught himself as well Norman expresses this by saying My brother had become an artist In all of my years knowing my brother I have learned more from him that anyone else He would always drag me along with him to play baseball just so I would stop complaining Although I knew he didnt want me to come along he hardly ever showed his disagreement Playing with an older age group prepared me for my future in sports He has taught me by example how to deal with the little problems in life The biggest thing he has taught me is to step in when things are getting tough He
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