Fate can take control of humans lives and can help humans reach the end of the challenging path. The path is a journey which can not be totally controlled by humans. There will always be obstacles that will rely on fate. In "A Worn Path" by Eudora Welty, Phoenix Jackson faces many obstacles. Before Phoenix made it down the hill, the bush got caught in her clothes. It shows that you should not judge from
showed first 75 words of 518 total
showed last 75 words of 518 total
up many times. If she had gotten caught taking the nickel she saw fall out of the white man's pocket, she might have gotten killed. He could have pointed his gun at her and fate would have then taken her to her grave. In the end she almost forgot the reason for the long trip. It shows that it is sometimes the journey that was important to her and not so much the end result.