During his stay in the United States, he witnessed the abuse his Italian brothers suffered from their fellow Italians who were better off in life. For this reason, he did his best to help those who were not able to defend themselves, committing himself to killing the abusers if only to stop the injustice among his people. With his experiences, he finally learned to be in the drug and gun business which he established and prospered. Ultimately, he let his children work and manage the business which destroyed the relationships of the siblings because of the pride they have to maintain and because of greed. In the aforementioned movie, one can see the opportunity in the drug and gun business. However, since it is illegal, there are so many dangers involved in it. There are the risks of imprisonment, rivalry which could lead to fights or worse, deaths. Although there is indeed much money in the business, the risks are so high that it could be considered a lose-lose proposition. From the example seen through the godfather’s family, it is true that they became rich and powerful however, the children lived miserable lives. There have been fights in the family and because of fear of betrayal the dominant brother killed his other brothers and brother-in-law. What could be interesting in the real world though is that even in legal businesses, there will always be greed and betrayal. Perhaps the most important thing that could be learned in the movie is doing business with sincerity and honesty.