Muhammad Ali

Today the world lost a rare gift. It wasn’t that Ali was an Olympic champion(he was), It wasn’t that he was the greatest professional boxer(he was), and it wasn’t that he was an eloquent and engaging speaker(he most definitely was) Muhammad Ali was the rarest of individuals in that he said what he meant and he backed it up. Ali was the epitome of grace under fire and of follow-though.
Muhammad Ali born January 17, 1942 – died June 3, 2016

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Author: duplezwrites

I have been in Asia since early 1996, and have taught in local schools, universities and language schools in South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, and China. I was director of studies at language schools in China and a secondary school administrator in Indonesia. Along the way, I've been a teacher-trainer in Korea, China, Thailand, and Indonesia. More importantly, and I hope more efficiently, I've been a husband, father and grandfather.

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