Martin L.K Steve Jobs Nelson Mandela Essay

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Essay 1. Speeches play a powerful role in society and also in inspiring people. Do you agree? Take into consideration the speeches heard and read in class. The authors of those speeches, clearly influence people’s motivation, aims and, last but not the least, dreams. Substantial evidences are provided to support this claim, for example, the aim of changing the world by not being engaged with social stereotype. Given what was discussed on “I Have a Dream” speech, by Martin Luther King, it can be seen that poverty into black community was a common fact in the main states of the U.S.A. by the time of speech. Solid foundations are given about the “time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice”. The speech definitely gains strength when, referring to the words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, Martin Luther King leads the audience to their unalienable rights of life, liberty, happiness and freedom. Clearly, the “Statement of the President of the African National Congress”, by Nelson Mandela, has expressed a similar view; Nelson Mandela suggests that political emancipation, by the transition to a republican regime leads South Africans to “a rainbow nation at peace with itself and the world” where citizens finally could be aware of their freedom and also the inalienable right to human dignity. According to Steve Jobs, on “How to live before you die”, it is suggested that dreaming do not cooperate with the conventional way of leaving. By the age of twenty, Steve Jobs withdrew his graduation and start his own company, and defined it as an early beginning of his own dream. We must be aware of our aims and never be as rational as we might be on a conventional way. Thus it could be concluded that the main important issue of those speeches, besides they lead us to the inalienable right of human

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