Brotherhood is about the best thing in the world. There are many different definitions for the word Brotherhood. You can find brotherhood almost every where you go in businesses, fraternities, family, and everyday life.
             First place that you might find brotherhood in the everyday business. When you work with someone for awhile you will start to develop friendships with them and trusting them with things. If you look in the labor union other people trust other people to make sure that they with have safe working place and fare salaries.
             Another place that you will find brotherhood is in fraternities. This is where brotherhood is the strongest. Brotherhood is defined as fellowship, and alliance in the dictionary. Fellowship is condition of sharing similar interests, ideals, or experiences, as by reason of profession, religion, or nationality. When you join a fraternity you are most likely picked because you do share the same interest as the other brothers that are all ready in that fraternity. Alliance is a connection based on kinship or common interest. People will build alliances with other people that do the same things as them or have the same opinions as they do.
             Another place that you will find brotherhood is in the families. Brotherhood in families is the strongest ones. They have spent their whole life with that person so they no the most about him. Brotherhood in families is found in the dictionary as the kinship relation between a male offspring and the siblings. Almost ever family has brotherhood in it. They know everything and anything about each other and they don't go around telling other people.
             Daniel Christopher Hart Brotherhood
             One of the last places you will find brotherhood is in everyday life. If you look at someone and there best friends there is brotherhood. In high school you have brotherhood with your little click that you are in. This is when you will find somewhat...

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