Speech on 3 Things I Would Change

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MY SPEECH ON 3 THINGS THAT I WOULD CHANGE IN THE WORLD.

War is violence. Violence is hatred. Hatred is FEAR...
Fear is something that can be cured easily, to not fear someone is to be friends with them and care for them, to form as one which is the way the earth should be. War on the other hand is the complete opposite. Careless actions and fear are what make up war. War in the past has had a catastrophic effect on the way we think, live and feel. For example World War 2, the most memorable war in many people’s eyes, but definitely not for the good. It involved 61 countries with 1.7 billion people, three quarters of the world population. Families were broken up, the children sent to live with complete strangers, and the men sent to fight in the war, many of them did not even make it back. Food was rationed and peaceful everyday routine was shattered. But the thing that affected us most is the generations that were scarred by the 50 million that died in this dreadful war. All this could happen again at any time, any place and any country in the world. The world is a massive time bomb waiting to go off, and when it does the effect will be beyond anything that has ever happened. To help prevent this all we need to do is work together and we make a difference by not fearing the rest of the world, but care and be friends with them. This is all I ask for; TO BE FRIENDS.

To be friends is an important phrase. We share with our friends love and kindness. We share with our friends that small umbrella on a rainy day. We share with our friends everything we have. Now let’s share just one percent of the money we own to people that really need it and have nothing. Let’s be their friends and together we can make a difference. People all around the world live in poverty, some with not even enough money to keep them alive. Almost half the world’s population, 3 billion people, live on less than one pound a day, this lack of money means that many children do not even get one...
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