Change Speech

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Change is Forthcoming. It is unpredictable, and yet easy to forecast. It is everywhere and a part of every single one of our lives. The Judgments and decisions we make in our everyday life can be a catalyst in what will be the biggest change we have ever come to, or they can mean nothing, and never affect us again after that moment. Winston Churchill. Prime Minister of great Brittan. He was once just a normal human being who made all the right choices in life. Those choices led to his eventually becoming Prime Minister. As he himself once said: “there is nothing wrong with change, as long as it is in right direction. “ This quote fits directly into both our society and those of many other ages. But the question I pose to you all today is, how in fact, do we know which direction in particular is the correct one? Many people throughout society to have questioned what is right, and if what society deems as right is truly the correct way. The Ancient Greek philosopher for one, Socrates asked this question, while he pondered life and a bigger meaning for it all. He questioned the legitimacy of the Greek way and refused to back down, even with the impending threat of death as he said in his well-known speech regarding the alleged ungodliness and treason- “I shall not alter my conduct, no, not if I have to die a score of deaths”. While society saw what Socrates was doing as wrong and unethical, Socrates stood by on his belief and what he knew was right. In the end, society killed Socrates for what he believed in, but in this day and age, Socrates word has lived on and prospered into so many of the minds of our society. These ideas of not giving up no matter what anybody says, reflects with googoo dolls hit- Iris. It is about knowing where you are in life and needing society and the world to see you and your ideas for how you truly are. “When everything’s made to be broken, I just want you to know who I am.” This reflects the ideas of wanting the world to see...
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