He’s quite well-versed in seeking the most impossible of tasks, as if he has a nose for its scent. But it’s his way of solving problems; to drag its source out so not even the smallest of troubles can hide. He takes them all at once, because he’d rather face climbing a mountain than tripping over many molehills.
Of course, he does come across problems that even he can’t fix. But he figures that as long as he does everything he can, he can still lay his head to rest at night, a new light will come with the morning, and the problem will change into something he doesn’t have to worry about anymore.