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Essay: Can One Person Change The World?

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Can One Person Change the World?

I definitely believe that it only takes one person to impact the word, make a huge difference and change it a better place. That this one person even if not being able to do a lot materially to change the world, still has the power to inspire others and help that person changes the world. It may be hard to believe, but I have a strong belief that one person can set an example for others that may affect the outcome of any and every situation. I always ask myself this question and as Maya Angelou once said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” and that is absolutely true. A person can change the world
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Just like in a football game where one person can hit the ball and score a final score that will lead their team to success it is also true in life that that one person can make the difference. The problem is that when the chances seem challenging, it may seem impossible to overcome them and most people will give up. However, true heroes in this world are those who don 't give up in these times when things seem unmanageable, difficult, to do. The other thing I think is very important to note about the power of one person is that we need to look at what that one person is doing that is making a difference. One person can make huge influence in someone else 's life. I have had, in my life, many people that have made a huge difference. If someone changes your entire life or your outlook on it, you can definitely testify to the power of one. I think someone that can reach out to just one person 's life is just as important as someone who can change the lives of millions. In addition, one thing that I think is very important to note is that, in recognizing the power of one person to make a difference, to change the world, we must also note the contributions of others to help put that person where they are. Martin Luther King, leader of the
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