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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Illustrate the meaning of "A Man is Known by the Company He Keeps" (without using the actual phrase). (01/31/08)

TITLE: Do My Friends Matter?
By Martha Rukato
02/01/08


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I am going to keep this completely serious. See the way I see it no matter how much time moves, certain principles will never change. It is not about culture .Take my friend Jenny ,she has wanted to get married for a long time but this is not happening and is not likely to happen until she changes her circles. Like they say “birds of a feather…” and all that. Honestly how can you look for a husband in a nightclub? Or how can you wear skimpy clothing and expect to be taken seriously. Now I am not saying that Jenny dresses odd or anything funny like that what I am really saying is that you can not expect to hang out with the mafia and then when a crime gets committed you wonder why the police pick you up for questioning. In a nutshell spent time with those people with qualities you desire and would like to have.


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Carol Shaffron02/07/08
Very good point about learning to enrich yourself. If you look for companions you admire you can learn from them. And if they are really worth their salt, they will welcome and help you grow.
Laury Hubrich 02/07/08
You have great thoughts in this short piece. Next time, try to expand on a thought and give some personal examples to add more interest. You have lots more words you can use, use 'em up! Also, please have someone look over your work to check for typos or grammar errors. Thank you for sharing!
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Hanne Moon 02/09/08
Your thoughts are good, but there's not much structure to your paragraph. You need to be more alert to grammar, spelling, and punctuation. I would have liked to have seen you expand this with more action or dialogue - don't tell me about Jenny, show me through actions and words what she does. You have good thoughts, and I encourage you to keep writing.