Rhetorical Analysis Of 'Love Your Enemies'

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“I Have a Dream” is Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s extremely remarkable speech, even though he expressed many other encouraging and inspiring speeches. I chose the speech entitled “Loving Your Enemies”. Given on 17 November 1957 Delivered at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama for these reasons. Firstly, it 's one of his many inspiring speeches that is even being brought up in society now. Furthermore, “Loving Your Enemies” is something that is immensely complex, however utterly possible and crucial for humankind to exist harmoniously in this corrupt life. Ultimately, another purpose I decided on this speech is, it 's a powerful motivational speech in my views and is immensely relatable in this cruel society currently. “Love Your Enemies” is one of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s many encouraging speeches. That 's still being delivered in speeches, such as in writing and songs of this era. The theme of loving your enemies has expanded to “Killing those who hurt you with kindness” and “Turning the other cheek”. A number of celebrities are addressing this subject, for the desire to educate others that there 's a more advanced level of dealing with individuals whom been cruel to you. The individuals whom become your enemies can unquestionably be reconciled with kindness. Authors even wrote on this matter. One of my beloved children book shares this subject; “Enemy Pie” by Derek Munson is when Jeremy Ross attempts to become free of enemies, his father comes to the rescue. The…show more content…
Furthermore, “Loving Your Enemies” is something that is immensely complex, however extremely possible and essential for humankind to exist harmoniously in this corrupt society. As he said in this “We will be able to matriculate into the university of eternal life because, we have the power to love our enemies,to bless those persons that cursed us, to even decide to be good, to those persons who hated us,and we even prayed for those persons who despitefully used
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