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Essay On Muhammad Ali

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The Fight of Reality
In 1942 one of the greatest fighters of all time was born. A couple of months ago one of the greatest humanitarian passed away. His journey contained much violence and hatred, yet he focused on the opposite. His goals were to achieve peace and equality for all. I was introduced to this great man in the latter part of his lifespan. Towards his death, I was given a chance to acknowledge and read about his greatest victories. Muhammad Ali was born in Louisville, Kentucky and went of to become a World Champion Boxer and a social activist. He grew up in poverty and stayed humbled throughout his fame. Led civil-rights movements. Created and donated to charities. Last summer he was take away from us. His work for the community
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Rulers lead by example, and Ali was the first in line. He was first in his sport to actually go against the U.S. government, he was the best in boxing, and he was first to show the world that boxing is more than just a platform to fight. It is a platform of much greater things. It is a platform to voice your opinion, a platform to spread peace, and a platform to help others. Muhammad Ali did not settle like an ordinary man. “What keeps me going is goals.” (Ali) Ali set his goal and went on to achieve them, whether anyone tagged along or not. Ali represent a true leader. Those you did decided to tag along such as the Vietnam War protest supporters, were given hope. He took his followers along him and did not let them be treated second hand. No ones ever seen a disrespected Muhammad Ali fan. . In 1942 one of the greatest fighters of all time was born. A couple of months ago one of the greatest humanitarian passed away. Muhammad Ali represents an everyday hero through his willingness to volunteer, rebellious character, and leadership mentality. He was always willing to volunteer to the community and young children. He voiced his opinion. He voiced what his followers believed. He led by example, by taking the first step in the boxing community against the war movement. All leaders give some, but Muhammad Ali gave his
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