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As I sat down in front of my computer to begin writing this essay the phone rang It was my friend Chris asking me if I wanted to go jet skiing with his family I noticed that it was a beautiful day as I looked through the kitchen window I pressed the phone tight against my ear as I contemplated weather a stress free day an escape from the tedious Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin was worth 400 points I thought to myself Not doing a 400 point assignment means an F for the semester which means hopes for good college opportunities are gone and of course a good college leads to success I want to be successful With my mind made in a fraction of a second I tell Chris that I cant go due to my essay I just sacrificed my day of leisure and enjoyment for success Ironically Franklins Autobiography displays the same formula for success he sets for himself and for others to fallow that sacrifice is inevitable for success Franklin in his youth sacrifices childhood dreams to his fathers ideals for success Young Franklin wanted to go out to sea but instead his father placed him under an apprenticeship to his brother James a printer Later in pursuit of a better job he cheated James out of four years of free labor This not only broke their contract but their relationship as well Even though Franklin did not care much for his brother he still considered it a loss and a Errata of my life Yet their were better things in store for him elsewhere In Pauls Case the character Paul like Franklin finds success away from home But in order to get there Paul gave up his morals family and eventually his life to maintain his happiness in prosperity To escape the dread and fear Paul felt at home he stole 3000 from his
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