The Wall and Jon are bound together by something that is stronger than kingdoms and families. Indeed, he was a man of the North. Proclaimed the King in the North after the loss of Robb Stark, Jon was believed to be Ned Stark’s bastard, which was adequate for the feign society of the vast kingdom of the North.
There are a lot of reasons why Jon was bound to wind up back at the Wall.
On an individual level, it was the place he discovered his most genuine companions and forged the strongest bonds. Continuously a pariah, it was the primary spot he at any point felt he had a home, first with the Nights Watch and after that with the Wildlings.
There is likewise the matter of Ghost. Jon’s direwolf was constantly a mirror for Jon’s very own destiny.
At the point when Jon left Ghost at Winterfell with Tormund, there was just no chance Jon was not bound to return.
But it is the Gods and destiny which eventually bound Jon to the Wall in the manner no man had ever been in the historical backdrop of Westeros.
Ghost is a piece of the puzzle, since the direwolf’s name was a noteworthy secret to Jon’s destiny to bite the dust and be resurrected.
In any case, it was at the Wall where Jon was resurrected. He was brought back by the God of Light for one reason – to kill Daenerys.
Beric Dondarion was brought back over and over until he fulfilled his fate to save Arya. From that point forward, he quickly found death that he had cheated previously.
Jon and Ghost represent the boundary between life and death and the Wall actually is the boundary among life and demise.
By going back beyond the Wall, Jon is going past the world of the living. He is going past the human grounds of Westeros, past his family and his home. Jon will probably not return.
He would never have remained at King’s Landing with Daenerys, regardless of whether he had wanted to. He would never have ruled at Winterfell.
From the minute he named his direwolf Ghost, sealed by the minute he was resurrected by Melisandre at The Wall, Jon would never get away from The Wall. Never get away from the pull of the boundary between life and death.
Jon and The Wall are one, and his destiny lies past it. Maybe he will possibly ever return when it is his time, at long last, to die.