Sam Berns Positive Impact On Society

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I want you to close your eyes and imagine, think to yourself, have you ever made an impact on society, what was it? Today, I’m hear to speak to you about how _Lizzie _, and _Sam Berns_, have made a positive impact on society and the the characteristics I need to improve on to make a positive impact on society/the characteristics I possess that are overlooked but are making a positive impact on society To begin Sam Berns represents someone who is very brave and confident. For example, Sam Berns he is very weak and can 't lift that much weight. But Sam was brave and confident enough to create a new snare drum harness so he could fulfill his dream of playing in the marching band. Without a doubt Sam Berns is making a positive impact on society because he is doing things. What I mean by this is that he is the kid you look at and are like, well he has this disease progeria. This makes it so that Sam is smaller than average height and it makes him really light and not so strong. You think to yourself he can 't do anything, but that is wrong. Sam is proving everyone that he is strong, he is powerful and he can do thing and have his…show more content…
To conclude I have talked about how Lizzie, and Sam Berns, have made a positive impact on society and the the characteristics I need to improve on to make a positive impact on society. Sam Berns was brave and confident guy. He would work hard at everything he did and he would try it if it was new and he was confident with his work. Lizzie was a very accepting girl. She would take all the mean things people said about her accept in then just use it as fuel to fulfil her dreams. I know that I need to work on being less greedy and being more responsible. If I do these things I could have a better relationship with my friends and make me and my parents proud. Now think back to the beginning of my speech when I asked you to close your eyes and think, the impact you thought of whether it is big you small just so you to know everyone

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