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Thomas More was born on February 7 1478 He was well schooled and very self-disciplined His accomplishments throughout his life were and still are amazing More was liked and respected by many Thomas More came into existence on Milk Street in London He was born to a privileged family Having not been born of royalty made his accomplishments deeds and offices held that much more heroic Mores education began at St Anthonies He was schooled in Latin and written language His desire to learn and attention to detail opened many doors for him He rose through the ranks to high positions in the government King Henry VIII was in power in England for much the latter part of Thomas Mores life More had served King Henry VII through most of his life When Henry VIII took a liking to More More was concerned He felt that if Henry VIII could profit gold from his head then his head would be off in a second He proved himself right in principle Henry VIII was prone to having his way When things did not go the way he wanted he changed the rules Early in life More came to love the Lord as his supreme ruler His life and everything about him was to serve his god first His love of God would eventually cost him his life When More would not renounce his god for Henry VIII he was imprisoned Henry tried to break Mores resolution but More could not be broke Even in the end facing an inhumane death he never forsake his god The Catholic Church later canonized him with sainthood In the year of 0000 More wrote his most well known and contraversal book of his life the book was called Utopia and it explained how it is possible to have a perfect society otherwise known as Utopia However in every man and womans eyes they have a different Utopia Its
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