A Contraversial Book Character Eulogy St Benedicts College Eulogy Home Assignment

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“When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, do not adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” – This is a quote that Luke did not only teach us, but lived by. Luke was not only a mentor and best friend, but was also like a brother to me. We laughed, we cried, we fought, and laughed again.
I met Luke 8 years ago at Yancy Academy. We were both outsiders, that’s why we got along so well. Even though he was an outsider, he had one of the strongest and most outgoing personalities I have ever known. He was caring and loving to a close inner circle of trusted friends, yet he was perceived as arrogant and deeply conflicted.
His relationship with his parents was challenged at an early age and became distorted as he grew older. I believe though that deep down, he and his parents had a...

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