Because it is your one chance to do anything. You can use you body and go to amazing places and see amazing things. Life is a once in a lifetime thing so if you don't enjoy it then you will have wasted the most brilliant thing on earth.
Dictionary.com states the meaning of life is: "The property or quality that distinguishes living organisms from dead organisms and inanimate matter, manifested in functions such as metabolism, growth, reproduction, and response to stimuli or adaptation to the environment originating from within the organism."
Life is important because it is inter related- interdependent to all other biotic & abiotic components.
Life is important as it is a creation of the Supreme entity.
Life is important as it makes the planet earth unique as the only planet in the cosmos with life.
Life is important as it makes possible for the humans to survive.
Life is important as it negates death & extinction.
Life is important as it inspires all life to live.
ANSWER .Life is important not because:1. things are inter-related, ( Who has asked for so?)
2. it is a creation of so called Supreme entity, ( who has asked for so?)
3. earth is unique in the cosmos ( who has asked for so?),
4. possibility of survival ( who has asked for so?),
5. negation of death and extinction( who has asked for so?),
6. inspiration to live.( who has asked for so?)Life is important because you are a potential cause that can cause happiness by understanding the above unsolicited gifts from nature.Had we applied for all these six and waited in mother's womb? Suddenly all these were granted and the life became so IMPORTANT? Means a lilys life is not important?
NOTE: Only loving and praising of these gifts is not sufficient. Moreover, it may put one's life in emergency. would you like to jump to emergency mode function??? If no, better understand it rather than becoming emotioanl.
The speech by a Salutatorian is generally about the overall school experience, how the student life progressed and how the student experience enriched over the High School years. Often, it also discusses the future path for classmates, with novel inspirational message that can uplift the fellow students, teachers and parents alike. Famous Salutatorians include First Lady Michelle Obama, Singer John Legend, Singer Carrie Underwood and Author Eric Segal. The salutatorian speeches are often found to be higher in merit and quality than other graduation speeches
To exemplify various aspects the Salutatorian speech, here is presented one of the most popular and exceptionally outstanding Salutatorian speeches of 2010, from Boston Globe - Boston.com. This speech is entitled "Operation Red Sprinkles", written and presented on June 12, 2010, by Anisha Shenai, Salutatorian from Danvers High School, MA.
Operation Red Sprinkles
Anisha shenai, Salutatorian, Danvers High School, MA.
"Good afternoon and welcome. I would like to acknowledge and thank family, friends, teachers, administrators, and of course, fellow members of the Danvers High School class of 2010 for making the past four years as memorable and as amazing as they were.
Though we find ourselves today as seniors on the brink of graduation, I ask all of you, for just a moment, to remember the September of 2006, when we first entered Danvers High School as timid young freshmen. We perceived high school as an uncharted no-man's-land. We wanted simply to survive. The pursuit of excellence took second priority, as we strived to be merely good enough - only satisfactory academically, socially, and in extracurriculars. Overwhelmed, only in the beginning, we resigned ourselves to the ordinary; we resigned ourselves to the "plain vanilla," or we resigned ourselves to the "plain chocolate," as I prefer to say. Let me explain what I mean by this.
When I was younger, my mother was an avid supporter of all sorts of activities designed to bond mothers and daughters. One year, she decided that, with Valentine's Day just around the corner, making a cake together would be wonderful. As I, at the time, only had all the culinary prowess of any other typical eight-year-old, she enlisted me to decorate and frost, while she would mix and bake. We set out the ingredients and were finally ready to begin. Suddenly, my mother was alarmed to see that nowhere within this cluster of eggs and flour did we have any sprinkles! A Valentine's Day cake without red sprinkles simply would not do, she declared. So we embarked upon a mission: Operation Red Sprinkles.
The first store that we visited held only brown chocolate sprinkles. They had run out of red ones, as it was so close to Valentine's Day. I suggested we just purchase the brown and be done with it; they all taste the same anyways. However, my mother refused. She insisted that we would find them eventually. Indeed, one and a half hours and six stores later, there they were, sparkling scarlet in a plastic shaker.
Later, I asked my mother why she was so insistent that we find those red sprinkles, instead of accepting the plain brown ones that were so readily available. Was it really worth all that time and effort to search for the red, merely for the sake of aesthetic value? Her answer was enough to make me understand.
"Rani," she began, employing the Indian term of endearment she saves for such particularly significant conversations. "Brown sprinkles are basic. They are good enough to make the cake taste as it should, but not for anything more. Red sprinkles are beyond just simple; they are extraordinary." And suddenly I could see. The red sprinkles, in serving a purpose that transcends the mere gustatory senses, had in them a flicker of passion, of life. They were greater than mediocre. They were greater than plain. They were greater than mere sprinkles. They were red sprinkles, and that made all the difference.
The great American author Mark Twain once stated the following: "Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live." In her quest for the red sprinkles, in her desire to follow the dream rather than to simply opt for the easily attainable reality, my mother showed me the worth in searching for life rather than accepting mere existence. To settle for the ordinary brown would be to concede to the need for basic survival, rather than to continue to strive for anything more.
Fellow classmates, in our four years at Danvers High School, I do believe that every one of us has abandoned the primitive search for brown chocolate sprinkles -- the search to which we so desperately clung when we first entered high school. Instead, we now embrace the ambition for red sprinkles, the desire to be extraordinary. In our time in high school, we have all realized that it is not enough just to get by, just to be simply average. We have reached the understanding within ourselves that neutrality and simplicity are not enough. And we have seen the need to be passionate rather than to float along unfeeling, rather than to simply exist.
Each of us in the class of 2010 has found that source of passion, that shimmering spark of life which allows us to go beyond mere existence. We are gifted musicians. We are inspired artists. We are champion athletes. We are dedicated employees. We are serious students, and above all, we are more than what we once thought we could be. We were able not only to survive the perceived no-man's-land of high school, but to flourish with intensity and power. As a class, we went beyond our original hopes of mediocrity, to create and attain dreams of magnificence. After four years in high school, we have become rational but passionate, pragmatic but emotional, logical but idealistic. We contradict ourselves and it is wonderful. It is wonderful, because I know that it is this paradoxical state that will guide us. It will ground us in the realities of the present, but still never allow us to cease forging onwards and upwards, forever in pursuit of that glimmer that separates the plain from the remarkable.
So be remarkable. Let a flame of passion illuminate your way. Be extraordinary. Stray from the dullness of shadows, into a radiant glow. Feel. Dream. Live. And never concede. Never settle for anything less, as you move full speed ahead in the quest for a life full of light and color. Thank you."
Introduction for the celebrant
Child Labour (Speech)
Good morning everyone. My objective today is to talk to you about child labour.
Do you know that of every 100 children in the world today, 16 of them are child labourers, 12 of them are in its worst form, and many will never go to school? There are 246 million child labourers in the world today, most are in developing countries. Some of them are as young as 5, 186 million of them are under 15 and 170 million of them are doing hazardous work and operating dangerous tools or machineries. They are working on farms, plantations, mines, or even construction site, breathing in noxious fumes and exposed to harsh chemicals or dangers. Of every 100 children, more than half will never finish school, escape poverty or even have a decent job. Let me begin by clearly explaining the meaning of the term "child labour". Child labour is the employment of children under an age determined by law or custom. This practice is considered exploitative by many countries and international organizations. Child labour was utilized to varying extents through most of history, but entered public dispute with the beginning of universal schooling, with changes in working conditions during industrialization, and with the emergence of the concepts of workers' and children's rights. So, how can we stop child labour? We can solve these problems by improving child labour legislation and laws and also by increasing the quality, relevance and access to education. Many countries have national child labour laws that establish a minimum age for work and regulate working conditions. However legal protection for child labourers is not effective to the kinds of work children are most involved in, such as agriculture and domestic service. In addition, labour laws in many countries do not cover factories employing less than ten people. It is, therefore, important to extend protection so that laws cover the main places where children work. Education is also a key to ending the exploitation of children. If an education system is to attract and retain children, its quality and relevance must be improved as well. Children who attend school are less likely to be involved in hazardous or exploitative work. They are also more likely to break out of cycles of poverty. The main obstacle to achieving universal primary education is only the inability and/or the unwillingness of governments to provide quality educational facilities for poor children in rural areas and in city shantytowns, because evidence from around the world has shown that poor families are willing to make sacrifices to send their children to school when it is economically and physically accessible. In conclusion, child labour should not happen as our greatest "natural resource" is the mind of the children. If child labour continues, the children will not be able to get a good education and our society cannot improve.
So, let's put our hand together to stop child labour.
Here are some examples of opening remarks:
Good afternoon everyone and also to THE PRESIDENT, PRINCIPAL and to all teachers and staffs, welcome to makabayan showcase event. My name is YOUR NAME, and I am the YOUR POSITION. It is my great honor to welcome you to today's event.
It is my great pleasure and honor to make opening remarks at this very exciting day….
Its important because if we couldn't speak with our own language then we couldn't talk to each other. Talking is very useful when interacting with other humans. For example, if we are hurt or need help, we can call a friend and ask them to help. Language is vital for learning and to pass information and knowledge from one person in a society to the next, until everybody has learnt it. This gives large numbers of humans the skills needed for progress.
Language also is a way of controlling human emotions. If you see something which scares you, calling it a pleasant name such as 'Coo-coo' or 'fluffy bunny' helps to make it seem far less scary. A person can be calmed down when angry or upset and whole countries can do various important actions, such as in World
War Two when communities were asked to grow their own food due to shortages and lack of imports.
Language has played a crucial part in developing civilisations. Even in prehistoric times, humans used language to prepare hunting strategies which allowed them to kill huge animals such as mammoths. Language eventually lead to the creation of written languages which further increased the spread of information.
I'm afraid not... its too common, every speech has something to do with 'dreams' and frankly, people just wont buy it or are getting bored, so i suggest you choose a different topic.... hope i helped.
Actually, I think it's a good topic. I disagree with what the last person said, all speeches don't have something to do with dreams. I think it would be an interesting speech, but don't make it too personal or else people will get bored. Good luck!
!t is the reason why you oppositions argument would be invalid.
If by rebirth you mean reincarnation, then Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism.. most of these do not believe in reincarnation.
However if by rebirth you mean something more spiritual, then I would say that most religions in some sense believe in rebirth. However I would say most likely Islam and Judism do not believe in it.
Informative Speech Topics
You should think about your own interests, hobbies, family, friends, activities, etc. for inspiration. If you choose something you really like, your speech will be much more interesting.
Any current event may be an opportunity to inform an audience. Also, an interesting hobby might make for a good topic for an informal informative speech. The most important thing is to know your audience, and speak on subjects they will find interesting. For example, a group of intellectuals may not find a speech about how to build a doghouse that interesting.
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The sentence "You can succeed if you set goals and work hard" does not contain any verbs in the passive voice.
Some of the advantages of verbal communication are:
1) the opportunity for immediate feedback to make sure the message was understood;
2) the opportunity to utilize nonverbal cues (tone, body language, inflection)
However, there are several disadvantages and the main one is miscommunication. In other words, what the listener hears is often not what is meant. The simplest words, for example, have a different connotation for people. Psychologists trace it to one's upbringing, social status, family and friends, etc.
Generally speaking, men are adverse to expressing their feelings, and hide behind enthusiastic talk about sports, women and cars. Women are often more observant and intuitively separate the truth in a conversation.
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2.It's healthier not to take tobacco at all, then to take and then stop (the real problems begin when you stop)
3.There is a bigger chance to start taking tobacco again if you consumed it in the past. Addiction is never totally cured.
You start by saying what euthanasia is. If it is simply a speech, and not an argumentative piece, stay neutral on the subject, giving both sides a fair chance, say why it is done, and the choice of the family members. Give statistical data if possible, on the frequency of the act, and other details relevant to the matter. However if it is an argumentative or convincing speech; say what it is and how you feel about it, for eg. if you are against euthanasia, you can say ' Euthanasia is.............. and about one third of persons who have been in a comatose or totally dependent state are put to rest in this way. If you are totally passionate about this you might want to use a more hard hitting phrase than ' put to rest'. Then you can say if you agree or disagree on the use of euthanasia, by using words like strongly, passionate, 'no doubt in my mind' etc.
Hope this helped you!
With the statement that you feel all of the circles were made by people from and on the earth. There is no evidence that says otherwise. Most of your audience will leave. Tell them as they go." The Earth goes around the Sun".
"Culture trait" could be considered a compound noun, but more traditionally "trait" would be considered a noun and "culture" an adjective modifying "trait".
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An extempore speech is given with little preparation. Many times the topic is chosen in competition from a variety of current events to see if a competitor is well versed on the topics of the day.
First state your achievement or whatever you are thankful for and then describe how each person you are mentioning has helped you.
You can conclude with
It wouldn't have been possible if I were alone and give some examples of a good exposition text
Most of our life is a series of images. They pass us by like towns on the highway. But sometimes, a moment stuns us as it happens. And we know that this instant is more than a fleeting image. We know that this moment... every part of it... will live on forever
The important thing is not to be bitter over life's disappointments. Learn to let go of the past, and recognize that every day won't be sunny. And when you find yourself lost in the darkness of despair remember, it's only in the black of night that you see the stars, and those stars lead you back home.
"So don't be afraid to make mistakes, to stumble and fall, because most of the time the greatest rewards come from doing the things that scare you the most. Maybe you'll get everything you wish for. Maybe you'll get more than you ever could have imagined. Who knows where life will take you. The road is long and in the end, the journey is the destination."
Leader was a trade name used by C.S. Shattuck, Hatfield, Mass (1880-1890), Hopkins & Allen, Norwich, CT (1868-1915), and Harrington & Richardson, Worcester, Mass (1874-c.1980). Are you sure it is a 28 caliber? This was a common size for percussion guns, but I cannot find any percussion revolvers by any of these manufacturers. I also find no references to any .28 cartridges.
the role of the youth in nation building is to enhance or to perceive its skills and to develop it by the inherited part of the adult to be used for the bettetment of the country....
To answer your question with as few words as possible, "ATTITUDE" The way you approach your work, your day, your co-workers, your boss. is made either stronger or weaker by the attitude you hold in the way you walk, talk, look, dress and act. Those five characteristics, rolled into one state of mind, determines, more than anything else, an individual's success in ANY work situation.
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