In its effort to overcome asthma that tormented him since childhood, it was already implied the will of overcoming that was with him until the day of its fall.
On little Ernesto it is said he knew how to read and write since he was only five and that Doña Celia, his mother, was who taught him lessons at home, when his heavy breathing did not let him to attend school.
In his continuous investigations together with the characters of his father´s books, it was perhaps the seed that germinated in the need of corroborating the reality of Latin American societies.
Studying medicine to heal the ailments of the human body would complement his eagerness of pursuing human improvement. Before graduating as a physician, in 1953, Ernesto Guevara already knew how life was in his Argentina, in Chile, Peru, and Venezuela. Rocinante´s Ribcage In a letter to his parents Ernesto Guevara compares himself with Don Quixote, the one who has not learned to go back.
He admits his devotion by the large human movements and that his idea, with Jose Marti´s nuance, has forged out in the study of social evolution and justice. When the Cuban revolution triumphs, Che is a mature thinker, and combines theory with original methods. It is clear for him the thesis that the new man is forged in daily routine, and leaders mature in their direct contact with the people.
He can talk in international forums about the need for peaceful coexistence among peoples, the precarious conditions of Africa and criticizing the unequal trade treaties. But he does not stay in theory: as the great heroes of America, he set about fighting for fairer societies and becomes a man of America and of the world.