At ninth grade, he scores perfect As. At home he bathes his brother. Later, he begins to understand the difference between his life and his brother’s life. He talks to God about his pain at being the only one to receive his family’s luck. Once completing High School, Ajay got accepted into Princeton after his first attempt entering Brown University failed. Ajay knows that Princeton will make him away from home. Sometimes he comes home to his parents on weekend, and works all Saturday night. After Ajay graduates, he becomes an investment banker and makes seven hundred thousand dollars in his first year as a vice president.