Dorcas Serwaa Adu


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There are a series of things I loved about the book, McDowell. Starting from how it teaches that immediate judgement of a person is not the best way to go about things. When the matter arises, we must listen to both sides then later present our judgement so as to prevent being bias. Also the case that success doesn’t have to always be about money. It should be about making a change as well as earning an honest and decent living, thus working selflessly. It also emphasis on the benefit of family and not being with a person just so you can earn something from them. Hiram saw the need to destroy anything that will drag him down out of the way as he felt the world needed to serve him which shouldn’t be the case. This is because the statement is in the opposite of what is to be actually done.
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