The finale of "Breaking Bad" was shocking. Few of us expected the self-absorbed self-pitying Walter White to be capable of self-awareness. Yet, in his last encounter with Skyler she pushes him to own up to what he did and who he is. He does a 180.
He admits he didn't embark on a life of crime to make his family financially secure. No, he did it because it fed his ego. It made him feel alive. And he was good at it.
Soon after Walt takes a bullet in the belly. He was able to set up a $9 million trust for Jr. which the feds can't take away. So, he did accomplish that, even though it was not the main driver.
As many hoped, Jesse lives. How the rest of his life plays out, no sensible person should speculate. Jesse is too complex a character to predict how the recent traumas will affect him. He could become a crime lord. He could enter the priesthood or study to become a Buddhist monk.