In the short film "the Marlboro Marine" the most important thing that I noticed was that Blake Miller was going through depression and suicidal thoughts but he had help from Luis Sinco. This is important to me because going through those emotions can be very serious and the fact that Luis wanted to help shows how much he cares for his friends well being. Luis did the right thing by getting Blake into a program that would help with these problems. The best thing to do is always help others and stay with them through their struggles because it shows that you care about them no matter the situation.
One thing that I think is important to help veterans come back to the life they had before is to show that we want them back and help them through the problems they may have from the war or adjusting to life after it. If we show them that we want them back it shows that we care about them and lets them get comfortable so they'll talk about their experiences and open up more to help if they need it. If we help them through their problems it shows that we care and and it is like we give them a helping hand. This lets the stress go away and lets them be more comfortable with their lives.
In Holding On The thing that struck me most about how hobo lived was how dangerous and caring their lifestyle is. They talk about how hobos look after each other. This is show in the book when Maury Graham ran away from his home at 10 years old and the hobos taught him the skills to survive as a hobo. It also struck me that being a hobo is dangerous because of train hooping and other people or dogs that guard certain areas.
If I had no job or a car I would head to a farm out west. The way I would get there is by walking or hoping somebody would let me hitchhike. The reason I would pick a farm in a rural area is that they seem more likely to be nice and let me work for food or money.