RIHLA #17


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February 6th 2012
Published: February 6th 2012
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<pre style="background-image: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial; background-color: #f5f5f5; background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial; border-width: 1px; border-color: #cccccc; border-style: solid; padding: 5px;">1. I agree with Castiglione's description of what makes a man ideal. I agree because in my opinion, all men should be loving, smart, attain knowledge, and enjoy life. Castiglione said that men shold love art and dance, and most importantly be intelligent. What he is describing is a well-rounded man. The ideal man should not limit themselves to certain things. He should enjoy all aspects of life and be smart at the same time. In today's society, it is hard to find the "perfect" man. No man is perfect, but not all men have those attributes that Castiglione is talking about. Luckily, I was blessed with a father that does, but I am pretty sure he is one out of every 300 or more men who fit the ideal man description. Every man has his own way of being man, therefore not everyone fits in Castiglione's description.2. I think Castiglione thought men should live that way maybe because of the way he was raised. Usually when a man has a father figure or someone in their life who portray those characterisitics, then they pick of the same habits, and start to believe the same things. His3. I think it is easier to lead through love because people will respect you more and your blessings will be greater. If you lead through fear, most people will follow you because they are scared of you, but at the same time people will hate you. It serves no purpose when you lead through fear because instead of helping people you are hurting people. Leading through love will make more followers love you for who you are.4. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a person who led through love. He didn't promote hatred or fear. All he wanted was equality and for blacks and whites to have the same rights. If he would have led through fear and trying to scare everyone, he would have died quicker. He had people hate him because he was doing the right thing. Someone killed MLK because they obviously hated him. He didn't hate anyone, so he doesn't have to worry about that being on his conscious.</pre>

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