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In conclusion, through analyze of Wiesel’s use of ethos, pathos and audience analysis in this speech, he successfully called for an action which is protecting our world from being indifference. His speech raised a lot of moral and political issues that we have to think about our world which is really not safe anymore because of wars and conflicts. We already knew that “to be indifferent is what makes the human being inhuman”; however, the point is that whether we did something to make this peril stop or just chose silent. Through his speech, we can easily recognize that we should doing something together in order to make this indifference stop to prevent out next generations. The boundary between difference and indifference just like good and evil in that it is very equivocal but its consequences are extremely serious. We may feel surprised, touching, embarrassed or even do not really care about what were mentioned in this speech. However, the speech itself really did make a strong point of view about the “real” world that is happening around us with all its complicated and critical issues. We cannot deny the fact that indifference is a part of our life and it still exists despite our attempt to make it stop. The present situation in Kosovo and other places all over the world is the most strong and clear evidences for what is call “indifference” in terms of humanity. We all do not want to live in a “silent world” and let our next generations have to suffer from consequences of being indifference; therefore it’s time to stand up with strong belief that together, we can make the world change, simply because we are human. “ The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. The opposite of art is not ugliness, it’s indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it’s indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it’s indifference.”

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