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Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790 was a multi-talented person He was a printer and inventor and a writer As a writer he wrote many publications but among this vast collection was a small piece in which Franklin states his beliefs on what may be the proper task to being morally perfect His opinions are brief yet complete enough to be considered descript enough to follow His steps are insightful but just as much vague Temperance Franklins first topic which may be thought to have Franklins top choice at a most important step is Temperance In his instructions he states that no once should eat to dullness nor drink to elevation This simply means that Franklin believes it is imperfect to eat to excess or to become intoxicated Silence This topic is thought to be an important one by many as well as Benjamin because it states that you should speak not but what may benefit others or yourself avoid trifling conversations Franklins believe that to be morally perfect once must not speak unless it is necessary or of importance Order Here is a step which must be the reason in which I am doing my homework right now and concentrating on just this Franklin believes that everything must have its place and business must have its own time This being my business it is receiving its own time Resolution Decide what you need to do and do what you say you are going to do Ben says that you must figure out what it is that you are responsible to do and do it so that you can be considered responsible Frugality You should be nice to others because it is only going to cause trouble if you are not pleasant to be around Being nice to others will not only benefit the others but yourself as well Industry You must take care of precious time because once a moment has passed it is lost forever and
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