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This I Believe Essay

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This I believe Personal Essay "A voice can change the world." She was a lady who devoted a lifetime to feeding the impoverished and the destitute in Africa, touching the hearts of so many across the world and spreading the urgent word. He was a black man in the predominantly-racist America who spoke for a justice no one else dared to. They were the ones who struggled past the jeering of men who scorned their biological roots only to discover a new century where women emerged major players. The rest, we all say, is history. Truly, a voice seeks to drive, to empower, to demand action. ...read more.

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I soaked in the personal voices of these courageous unknown people, the valiant causes many of them were fighting for and the amplified voices of those plagued with misfortune and corruption. If we all lived in a silent world, in a world where people like you and me kept our voices in our hearts, thinking that someone else would always climb a mountain in our stead, would the world have understood then? Would the world have understood the discrimination, the senseless hatred, the blatant apathy? No, they would not. All it takes is a voice for the world to stop and to listen to. All it takes, really, is a voice, eager, passionate and courageous enough to voice out the problems of our world, to ground us to reality and to evoke our humanity. ...read more.

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viral posts I chanced upon on Facebook by females all over the world on their bra colours vividly expressed a voice in support of breast cancer awareness. One voice awakens the voices of many others, and together, we can make a difference in this world. A voice empowers me with a strong sense of conviction and motivation and drives all of us to stand united for the same cause. Hence, aspire, aspire to be the next Martin Luther King, the next Joan of Arc, the next Mother Theresa, or aspire simply, just to be you. Even as I am now, if my voice in this essay has struck a chord in you, and inspired you to voice your beliefs, I have succeeded in changing the world. ...read more.

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