I’m writing John Part 2. Check it out: https://episode.app.link/LaoFtt3G4K
The Preamble of the Constitution is a tale of how the United States formed. First, the Preamble begins with mentioning a more perfect union, referring to Britain not being perfect enough and suggesting hopes of forming a utopian society, “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice…”. Next, the Preamble states that a goal of establishing the Constitution is promoting the general welfare. Noticing the word ‘general’, it refers to all people, not only the wealthy. The goal of the Constitution is to unite everyone through their passionate hatred of Great Britain’s horrific rule over the former colonies. Finally, the Preamble ends with securing the Blessings of Liberty, a metaphor to Britain rejecting the basic needs for each colonist, but the needs being finally achieved. The colonists have what they want and the Constitution protects these needs for the greater good.
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Two African-Americans made two monumental speeches for the rights of many. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about the rights of the African-American person, who had been deprived of their rights for hundreds of years, while Oprah Winfrey conveyed the message of listening and cooperating for the rights of women. During Winfrey’s speech, she spoke about truth, “What I know for sure is speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we have.” The truth has set everyone free, and speaking the truth has conceived the greatest leaders and speakers of all time, such as Martin Luther King Jr. King’s eyes were opened by God, making him realize the oppression on those around him, “Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to be, and what I can do, and use it for a purpose greater than myself.” Two powerful people made a change in history through their speeches: Martin Luther King Jr. and Oprah Winfrey. Words change lives, free many, and question the restrictions in society. Do you believe the two speeches speak the truth or a distorted truth?
Here’s the book my friends and I have been working on for a bit.
Cover done by Savanna.
A life changing speech was made at the Golden Globes this year by Oprah Winfrey. The celebrity spoke about equality, and the need for listening. With the news being distorted, exaggerated, or even not being told at all, what should the people listen to? Will they even listen to women who just want their rights? During Oprah Winfrey’s speech, she spoke about the truth, “What I know for sure is speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we have”. Few have heard about the tale of Recy Taylor, who was raped by six white men. She was brave enough to tell, and Rosa Parks was brave enough to listen. Because Rosa Parks listened, Recy Taylor was on her mind while she refused to get up on the Montgomery bus. If everyone listened for once, the world would radically change.
Furries are the new thing… Hehe.