Teddy Roosevelt's Sternous Life Analysis

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Teddy Roosevelt thinks the “strenuous life” is a good thing because it challenges people to strive for a better life. He based his thoughts and perceptions on his own experiences for he had to work hard for everything that he once accomplished. Roosevelt values hard effort, dedication, and the idea of improvement. He seems to value the idea that a hard life is better deserved since people actually understand and live through what it takes to get where they want to be, rather than rejecting it for a life of material comfort. It seems that he also values the idea of effort because when we are presented with a personal problem or challenge, it is our decision to “undertake the solution”, even when we know that there is “always danger that we may
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