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D a wicked thing not to withstand oppression with high heart and read hand With gentleness and tenderness there must go dauntless bravery and grim acceptance of labor and hardship and peril All each and each for all is a good labor and hardship and peril All for and each for all is a good but only on condition that each works with might and main to so maintain himself as not to be a burden to others Teddy Roosevel. He copious letters that he wrote to them many of which communicated deep truths about manhood Christianity and courage Although the message affected each boy differently Roosevelt s words are fascinating clues into the life of a man WHO VIGOROUSLY SOUGHT TO BALANCE LEADERSHIP AND FATHERHOOD. vigorously sought to balance leadership and fatherhood. ,


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The voice of our twenty sixth President lovingly speaks to his four sons in this valuable collection of letters Theodore Roosevelt had lovingly speaks to his four sons in this valuable collection of letters Theodore Roosevelt had passion for living and for living under his moral code that he aggressively passed down to all six of his children History books are full of his actions but you need to discover who the man was This would be a fine place to Imagine what it would have been like to have had Theodore Roosevelt for a father Here is a bold adventurer an insatiable hunter an audacious politician and also a daddy who loved to play with toys on the floor of the White House Roosevelt simply adored toys on the floor of the White House Roosevelt simply adored children four of whom were boys ea. Tart Thank you Douglas PHILLIPS FOR MAKING THIS TREASURE AVAILABLE SOUL OF for this treasure available With soul of and temper of steel we must act as our coolest udgment bids us We must exercise the largest charity towards the wrong doer that is compatible with relentless war against wrong doing We must be ust to others generous to others and yet we must realize that it is a shameful an. Ch of whom he was intent on turning into a man of action He once commented that his own father was the greatest man he ever knew His commitment to being the same example for his sons WAS EVIDENT NOT ONLY IN THE evident not only in the globe trotting adventures on which they accompanied him but also in
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The Letters and Lessons of Teddy Roosevelt for His Sons Training Boys to Be Men of God