SENATE SECONDARY SCHOOL
Name of Pupil: CAESAR, Gaius Julius
Julius is at a difficult age.
Being born great is sometimes a considerable problem. It is very easy to slip into the belief that one is superior in every respect. Not to put too fine a point on it, one can become big headed.
I have noticed a certain lack of modesty in Julius of late, even where relatively trivial demonstrations of his ability are concerned. For instance, his reaction to winning a couple of lunchtime matches of that game boys play with horse chestnuts on a length of string was terribly brash. He strutted into class, put his hands on his hips, and announced at the top of his voice ‘I came, I saw, I conkered.’
Fortunately, however, he seems to be getting in with a good group of friends. This is most important when you’re destined to be a great leader, as Julius clearly is. In politics, people are always ready to stab you in the back.
Julius will appreciate being surrounded by friends such as Mark Anthony and Brutus. Even the greatest men have bad days, but with loyal mates to talk to Julius won’t feel too cut up about things for long.
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