Autobiography of George Muller

What is the main conflict in Autobiography of George Muller by George Muller?

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George Muller begins his autobiography from his early childhood, at which time he confesses to being a shallow and misbehaving child. In fact, the death of his own mother fails to cause much pause in his selfish actions. He goes along wit his father's wishes to enter seminary, because a life of a minister in Germany promises a life of relative comfort and allows him to provide for his father in his later years. His first years of education away from his father find Muller often in trouble.