Are you your brother�s Keeper

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Are you your brother’s Keeper? Justin Silverman According to the Alpha Epsilon Pi pledge book Commitment for a Lifetime this answer is both yes and no. However, neither this answer nor the explanation of this answer serves to make this answer comprehendible. In fact to truly understand this question I feel we must look to the multiple definition of brotherhood and examples of situations stated to understand the idea of being your brothers keeping with respect to AEPi. To start first with the negative answer, we see that one definition of brotherhood is “every man pulling his own weight” Pg. 6. That is it is not directly your responsibility to take care of your brothers, to make the brotherhood work there must be equal contributions from every member and one should not spend their time fixing the problems of ones pledge brother when your life will often have its challenges as well. However, this does not mean that one should not help a brother, simply that as a
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course TECHNICHAL 101 taught by Professor Zhang during the Fall '07 term at Johns Hopkins.

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