Saint Francis Of Assisi: A Big Impact On Today's World

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Saint Francis of Assisi had created a big impact on today's world, even if they were small things, they would still send shock waves around the world. I believe that Saint Francis of Assisi is a great model for all of us because he teaches that life is not a problem to be solved, but something to be experience and learn from. He impacted the world due to what he has done to make the world a better place.

Saint Francis of Assisi was born around the year 1181 in Assisi, duchy of Spoleto, Italy. He came from a wealthy family. His father was a person who had to do a lot in the cloth trade business, and that type of job made a lot of money that time. He owned a farmland. Hiis mother was a very very beautiful French Woman who made
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He became famous for his deep love, strong emotion, courage of poverty. Also he was know for for his deep love towards nature and animals.

The prayer of Saint Francis is about peace and equality towards what every race. Peace is important because without peace, the world would be a chaos. Everything would fall apart and have negativity. But with peace, none of theses things would happen. Equality is very important because we all need to be fair. This is how we build relationships and build trust.

What I think about Saint Francis of Assisi is that he is a true hero. He is a strong inspiring role model for any person who wants to be inspired. He has this ability like no one ever before. What I thought was interesting was that when he was living his teenage years, he was doing bad things and had a bad habit like any other teenager, but what was interesting was that he did not continued this way. He changed a lot and became more mature. I thought he was was going to continue with his bad habit but it turns out I was wrong.

I think Pope Francis took his name because he created a big impact on the world, and maybe because he wants to show respect and honor to Saint Francis of Assis. For these reasons, this is why I think he chose his

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