George Washington It Is Better To Be Alone

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Of all the great men over the ages there are some who rose above them all. One of them, the embodiment of the American spirit and nation, was George Washington. As I have heard, throughout my various classes, of the very humble man who thought himself not worthy to lead the Continental Army yet was the best fit for the nation of puzzle pieces. This great man knew many secrets men still desire to know to this day. He lived actively and happily and understood well the concept that, “it is far better to be alone, than to be in bad company”. He stood for what he believed and if I had the honor of tea with him I’d ask him of the character he was taught by his mother. Furthermore, I would inquire as to what the stepping stones he used to climb to
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