Hello, You have not informed which decision the question refers to. However, when searching for your question on the internet, I was able to find another question exactly like yours, which featured the text "The Other Wes Moore" and asked for an explanation of Wes' decision to chase Ray down a street while shooting at him. If that's the case for you, I hope the answer below will help you.
Wes makes this decision to get revenge on Ray and not appear weak in front of the community, but to command respect and fear. He might not have made such a violent decision, but he could have looked for legal ways to resolve this situation.
Wes was beaten by Ray. In addition to the pain and shame he went through in that situation, he felt that it would make him a weak person and for that reason, he should get revenge, but to make him strong and respectable, revenge should be something much bigger than what Ray did and so he decided to use a gun and run after Ray while firing shots at him, trying to kill him. Wes could have made more peaceful and legal decisions, such as denouncing Ray's actions, but the fear of losing a reputation made him take extreme actions.
"The Other Wes Moore" shows how people's fates can be completely different when they have access to positive or negative resources. This idea is presented by the lives of two boys named Wes Moore, who were born in dysfunctional environments, but who took different approaches to the world around them, totally changing their destiny.
answer: to inform
explanation: the red death is an exciting passage, but also in some ways scary, so it is not to amuse. the red death is far in the past, so it is not to warn.
it is an infinitive phrase with a subject.