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Nelson Mandela mentioned in his book In life every man has twin obligations- obligations to his family to his parents to his wife and children and he has an obligation to his people his community his country 623 In Martin Luthers Kings Letter from the Birmingham City Jail he stated whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly According to Nelson Mandelas autobiography this statement so happens to be true Every member of Mandelas family was affected by his political activities His political actions prevented him from fulfilling his obligations as a son to his mother a father to his children and a husband to his wives A mother to a son bonds together like peanut butter and jelly or ham and cheese They are two things that seem to match no matter which way the plate is turned Nelson Mandelas mothers name was Fanny Nosekeni Fanny being her christian name 13 After the passing of her husband Nelsons father she had to give up Mandela because she knew she could not take care of him Also she knew he would have a more traditional upbringing in the regents Jongintaba care than in her own 17 Mandela enjoyed living with his new family He had the chance to live the life of a prince and also he had a chance to have a traditional education He never wanted to get into politics but as sure those words were spoken out of his mouth he was the leader of many political organizations Later in prison his mother and two of his children came to visit him Then was when he realized time may seem to stand still for those of them in prison but it did not halt for those outside444 His mother seemed old when she came through the visitation doors to visit him She had lost a great deal of weight and that made him uneasy about his mothers health Being in prison permitted him
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