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As children grow older, their minds are full of several questions. A huge part of the questions are hard, complicated, and frequently times unanswerable. Children are left to struggle with them during life. They search for answers to these questions anywhere possible, and they turn into the guidance that adults provide. Adults can give a base from which kids can grow, but they can provide only a certain quantity of information to help kids deal with life's basic issues; the rest is left for your kid to find for himself. Such is true in the final chapter of Bless Me, Ultima, a publication by Rudolfo Anaya. Within this chapter Tony, the main character, recieves significant insight and very smart advice from his or her elders. The narrative shadows Tony as he attempts understanding to his most questions, we follow with his religious awakening, and follow his search for identity throughout his childhood. Already he's heard much. He has started school, been initiated in the Catholic church through catechism, and has heard much about many of the community native beliefs. But he's also heard of departure, hatred, curses, cures, and most importantly he has heard of their supernatural forces behind it all. As children develop, they need to build strength, both a physical strength and an internal strength. An undeveloped child may not have the ability to handle the struggles that life could throw at them. This strength has been obtained through knowledge, experience, and also the many things you learn day to day in the practice of growing old. In Bless Me, Ultima, Ultima reminds Tony of the value of strength over and over, strengthening its significance in his mind. On one of these events, Ultima informs Tony that "life is full of despair when a boy grows to be a guy. However, as you grow into manhood you must not despair of life, but gather power to sustain you." By this Tony learns that it's possible to acquire this advantage, which is critical in the process of growing older, from all circumstances, even situations which are possibly considered as "poor". Ultima is telling Tony that in order to get the maximum from each circumstance, you must seize the many things that may be heard from it, instead of looking at it passively. You grow and gain strength together with adventures which you proceed through. That is evident if Ulti...