3 Cups of Tea
A Pencil Is usually Stronger Than the usual Gun
His father died when he was 48 years of age, his sister had developed acute meningitis, and this individual suffered from too little of money; this can be a description with the early parts of Greg Mortenson's life. Three Cups of Tea, the nonfiction account, shows how this common person conveys important concept to people around the globe through building schools in Pakistan. For what reason did Greg Mortenson select the school since the medium for his message? This individual believes that education does not only change Pakistani children's watch of lifestyle, but it would be the way to eventually get reduce terrorism. When ever Greg Mortenson stayed in the village of Korphe, he was impressed by the villager's hunger for expertise. В Despite the fact that their initial generations are generally not educated enough, they desired to do something because of their next generation's education. 1 day, Haji Ali, who was Greg Mortenson's mentor in Korphe, said " I can't read anything. This is the best sadness in my life. I'll whatever it takes so the children of my village not have to know this kind of feeling. I will pay any price thus they have the education they deserveвЂќ (Mortenson and Relin 153). Haji Ali already recognized that education is the most essential thing to live a better lifestyle. Greg Mortenson also recognized what he previously to do throughout his lifestyle: it was building schools in a Pakistani small town; and he truly thought that the education from the schools would change the Pakistani children's view of life. This significant alter would give the kids reasons to live rather than only to die, doing terroristic episodes. Greg Mortenson said " If we try to resolve terrorism with armed service might and nothing else, then we will be no more secure than i was before 9/11. If we truly want a legacy of tranquility for our children, we need to understand that this is a war that may ultimately become won with books, not with bombsвЂќ(301). Put simply, Mortenson thought that schools and universal literacy were the simplest way to...
Cited: Mortenson, Greg, and David Oliver Relin. Three Cups of of Tea.
Newyork: Penguin, 2007. Print