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The Man in "If"

Summary: In his poem "If," Rudyard Kipling provides advice and guidelines on how a person can grow into a "man of the Earth" and live a good life both for himself and for others. Such a man, according to Kipling, should have patience in addressing problems, treat success and failure equally, take risks, be humble, and take time to do useful things.
The poem `If' by Rudyard Kipling contains many moral values that might change a person to be a `man of the Earth'. The poem is full of advice and guidelines on how to live a good life. This poem teaches us to be someone that knows how to live a good life not only for themselves but also towards others. If these advices are followed everyone can live in peace, harmony and respective life.

In the first stanza, we will learn that we should be patience when dealing with problems in life. Sometimes in the journey of our life we will be facing with difficulties and people that disagree with us. When we are facing with problems like that, we should be calm and tolerance. Moreover, not all people will have the same opinion as we are so we should respect them. However, we should stay...

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