The Lorax Quote Analysis

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“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not” ― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax Dr. Seuss’s statement means that we have to have the desire to make a difference. Every circumstances and chances we take, we are always given a choice to make something meaningful out of it. We need to think and decide to do something that will change everything or everyone’s point of view and thus making a difference. Making a difference is a hard stuff to do especially if you have been believing or doing the same thing over and over again. We people mostly believe on what is obvious and basic and ignores the other side of it. Even a single individual among us can make a simple difference from all we know that is naturally…show more content…
They are too afraid to be judged by the individuals around them because of whatever flaws they have. I believe that people won’t change. If they changed their character and corrected their flaws, it is not their own selves but just a new character they created out of pity and pressure which will also happen to have its own flaws. When I was young, I have always been too happy and active and often times it became a nuisance for the people around me. That has always been one of my flaws. Some friends of mine also told me that I have been egotistic especially when I’m having a conversation. I learned to accept my own flaws. I thought of it as a part of who am I and I can never change…show more content…
I remember when I was in kindergarten and I stabbed a pencil on someone because of bullying. It felt good at first because I thought what I did was right but the aftermath did the job on me instead. I felt guilty and angry with myself because I’ve done something horrible just for a small reason. I thought I disgraced my own belief of kindness towards others with violence. I later regretted doing it but I was still sent to the guidance counselor. You see violence has never been the answer. We might think it is but it’s really not. We might think it’s the right thing to do but karma will do its job and it will be on us. It will always be us who will hurt at the end, not

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