a. “The worst illness of our time is that so many people have to suffer from not ever being loved.” This is a quote by Princess Diana. b. When I was ten years old, I came downstairs and saw my mom had tears in her eyes from watching a funeral on TV. When I investigated, I figure out it was Princess Diana’s. Ever since that moment I have been intrigued to find out more about her. Seeing that she influenced that many people amazed me. c. Princess Diana had many admirable traits but the three that stand out to me are: determination, nurturing and strength. II. Body
i. Princess was determined from a young age to make a difference in her life. ii. From birth, she knew that her parents had lost a son before she was born and that they hoped she was a boy. iii. With this weighing on her shoulders, Princess Diana always wanted to touch people in a different ways than others had. iv. With this determination she was able to bring attention to issues that did not get as much as attention in the public, such as Leprosy. v. With the quality of determination, Princess Diana become a great mother and showed the next quality of nurturing. e. Nurturing
vi. Princess Diana was a mother to two sons, William and Harry. She was a great mother; she was caring and loved her children with all her heart. vii. Her children were her main priority in life, and this could be seen by how her children turned out in life. viii. Not only was she nurturing and caring to her family, but also to other individuals. Princess Diana would go out of her way to let children who may have AIDS or other disease touch her. To me, that was a big ordeal because it showed how much of a loving person she was and how much good she meant for everyone. She loved to help children with an open mind and heart. ix. Princess Diana not only had determination...