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Everyone have been confused about taking a decision a decision that may help in the future a decision that can changes lives Sometimes its an easy decision sometimes it is very difficult but the important thing is to take the decision to have better opportunities in life and have a better future and thus to be a successful person in life Moreover these decisions bring changes that are sometimes very complicated but they are necessary to achieve success On the novel The absolutely true Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie talks about a young man named Arnold Junior who lives on a reservation Junior is a young man he was a cartoonist he born with problems all the people at school tease and make him bullying Junior Junior lives with her Father Mother Grandmother and Sister your father is an alcoholic Junior has a best friend who never makes fun of him and always support him Junior takes the difficult decision to leave the reservation to go to a better school and a better future and better opportunities in life is a decision very difficult for Junior but he knows that if he stays on the reservation his life will make sense so Junior decides to leave the reservation in search of a better education and a better futureBefore Junior left the reservation he was not convinced of it but it was his geometry teacher MrP who convinced him No I mean you have to leave the rez forever Alexie 42 Mr P was telling Junior that was to leave the reservation forever because if he stayed on the reservation would end like all people there people without a future Son Mr P said You are going to find more and more hpe the farther and farther you walk away from this sadsad sad reservation Alexie 43 Mr
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