Greg's outlook on life and the world shifts in Walter Dean Myers' story "The Treasure of Lemon Brown." Before, during, and following his encounter with Lemon Brown, Greg's perspective shifts. Greg was enraged with his life prior to the event. "The dark sky, filled with angry, swirling clouds, reflected Greg Ridley's mood," he said as he left his house. On that night, Greg ran away from home because he was afraid of his father, school, and himself. Greg's appreciation for the little things in life grew as a result of the experience.
Looking out the window, Greg concluded that “His father has been a postal worker all Greg's life,”. In the end, Greg realized how much his father had done for him and began to appreciate him. Then Greg realized how fortunate he was to be alive and to have a loving father. "He had seen the man picking through trash and pulling clothes out of the Salvation Army box." Before meeting Lemon Brown, he didn't appreciate what he had, but after meeting him, he began to.
Although Greg has had many different perspectives on his life and his father, he has had many difficulties in his emotions such as anger, disapproval, and approval. I have learned to be grateful for what I have rather than what I do not because there are people who have nothing.
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