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The Puritan attitudes and values were based on charity and hard work This was very evident in Of Plymouth Plantation In Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God it showed that the Puritans believed heavily in their faith and involved God in just about everything they did God was the distinguished power in their lives Of Plymouth Plantation explains a lot about the Puritans charity For example while at sea the Puritans were not treated very nicely by the crew of the ship in which they were sailing upon They were called names and were mocked During the long voyage several of the crewmembers became sick The Puritans unlike most people of that day did not just let the men lie in pain They helped the men to gain their full health They did not do this because they needed the crewmembers to get to the colonies but instead they did this because that is what their attitudes towards the treatment of people were When they finally did make it to the new world living there was not an easy task They had to build their own houses and grow their own food They were playing a dangerous game living there They had to work hard for their food and shelter or they would die The Puritans did not believe in working below their potential Though when a portion of them were filled with diseases the healthy members were more than happy to jump right in and fill for the ill members while still doing their own jobs This goes back to the Puritans sense of charity No one was ever left out in the cold They were always taken care of and could always count on their neighbor The Puritans belief in faith was quite simple They believed in hard work and sacrifice and if you did not do this you would simply go to hell They believed that God was the only
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