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Whenever a man does a thoroughly stupid thing it is always from the noblest motives Oscar Wilde Most people tend to not think before they act and consequently that leads them into trouble As a result of this action Jon Krakauer writes about a college boy in Death of an Innocent who was certainly portrayed as a simple boy following his heart Chris McCandless was careless in his actions he never sought any parentally advice he was too lenient and optimistic about everything and he always kept his head up high thinking everything will go well which primarily brought him to his tragic deathParents are full of wisdom they have more life experiences than their children As a typical college boy Chris believed that if he kept family out of his life then he had more freedom and would loose the pejorative feeling that his parents gave him Ill be fine with what Ive got When Gallien asked whether his parents or some friend knew what he was up toanyone who could sound the alarm if he got into trouble and was overdueAlex answered calmly that no nobody knew of his plans that in fact he hadnt spoken to his family in nearly three years I wont run into anything I cant deal with on my own Distinctly Chris thought he was fine but in reality he was not Of course this myopic boy refused to mention to his parents where he was going at the time which was the Alaskan Range Consequently his lack of communication with the world was a cause for his tragic death Chris had many problems one being a hard head he overtly refused the helping hand from others which could be the ultimate reason for his stupidity Even Walt McCandless Chriss dad could not understand the logic behind Chriss unwonted reasoning How is it he wonders aloud as he gazes blankly across Chesapeake Bay that a kid with so
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