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"You've been fighting since you were born," he said. "You fought off that brain surgery. You fought off those seizures. You fought off all the drunks and drug addicts. You kept your hope. And now, you have to take your hope and go somewhere where other people have hope."
Arnold realizes that his poverty doesn't define who he is or who he can become. He knows he is smart and talented, but he comes to the idea that he needs to leave the Rez to create a new, better, and more successful life. He wants to reach his potential.
" Most nights, I walk home. I hitchhike. She started to cry. FOR ME! "Oh my God, Arnold, you can't do that," Penelope said. "I won't let you do that . You'll freeze. Roger will take you home".
Arnold comes to a realization that the people in his life love him for his heart and true self value, and not because of how many things he's good at or how much he has.
Heck, I ended up on varsity. As a freshman. Coach said I was the best shooter who'd ever played for him. And I was going to be his secret weapon. I was going to be his Weapon of Mass Destruction.
Arnold learns that he doesn't have to be rich or wealthy to be good at something. He uses his skill and God given talent to achieve a great accomplishment. He knows now that he hasn't written his destiny yet.
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