No One Is Truly Noble

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No One Is Truly Noble Lofty, elevated, high-minded, principled, magnanimous, honorable, estimable, worthy, meritorious, these all mean noble. Who here thinks everyone is noble? Or at least some are noble? Want to know what I think? Well I think no one is truly noble. Many people have suffered from being put down by the ones closest to them. Every time someone trusts a person with all her heart, that person stabs her in the back and just doesn’t appreciate the trust that she was given. I’m not here just to tell you “oh hey no one’s noble, bye.” No. I’m here to open your eyes to a crisis we are living with every day of our lives. And I have proof. Some people can be put down by friends, some by family, and some by the society. A girl I know was introduced to someone who seemed very nice. She got close to that person and started talking about her problems and about her daily life until one day after a year of friendship, she found out that that person had been telling everyone all her secrets and also started making up rumors with the aim of catching attention. How’s that for noble? Even in the old days, like Shakespearean days, it was known that you shouldn’t expect the best of anyone. He himself wrote a play about a soon to be king named Caesar who trusted his friend Brutus who was known to be the noblest man in Rome. This noble friend just stabbed Caesar in the back saying “he was ambitious” even though Caesar had refused the crown three times in a row. That is where the phrase “back stabber” comes from, poor Caesar. That’s not proof enough for you? Well how about I tell you a story about my best friend; let’s say her name was Rose. Her second cousin was her dearest friend since she was a fourth grader. After a very long while, Rose started trying inappropriate things and telling her cousin about them, knowing that she wouldn’t tell anyone...
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