Greg’s benevolent mission to repay the villagers by building a schools for them followed by his immaculate endeavors to achieve the same is certain to touch the soul of any reader thereby making him or her a dedicated and a ‘never give-up’ person. The way he combats all the most humanitarian incidents of the world, such as the atrocious activities of the terrorists, extreme weather, dreadful roads and disgraced corruption, fills one with the zeal to stand-up and deal with the odds and the barriers that come one’s way (Mortenson & Relin). Greg’s determination to provide balanced and impartial education to both boys and girls equally followed by the ongoing construction of umpteenth number of schools in Central Asia deserves a ‘several times-praise’ (Mortenson & Relin).
The story does bring into light Greg’s negative factors too for instance his flawed nature, his disregard for friends and family and his restlessness as well (Mortenson & Relin). Not only was he disorganized and sleepless but also unpunctual (Mortenson & Relin). We cannot deny that most of us are actually victims of almost all these weaknesses.
Some of the breathtaking issues encompassed within the story such as haunted glaciers, snow leopards, unimaginably dangerous landscapes, and extinctions of umpteenth number of climbers, stimulate us to be stronger and more courageous than ever (Mortenson & Relin). Based upon true facts, Three Cups of Tea easily stirs-up our minds thereby invigorating us to take up challenges and to never look back in