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A vast forest contains millions of trees, and on each tree are hundreds of leaves. A tiny single spark ignites and grows from a feeble spark, to a flickering flame to a mighty blaze. A magnificent towering inferno inhabits the entire forest, which minutes ago seemed impossible to change. A single minuscule spark can kindle an entire forest fire. Honourable judges, teachers and fellow students, my name is Talha Shaikh, and today I’m going to talk to you about how a single person, just like the spark, is capable of influencing the entire world. I am going to discuss how someone can make a difference, people who have influenced our world for the better, and evidence that proves it’s possible.

Firstly, how can someone influence the whole world? The change has to start with you, then your community and then eventually the entire Earth. Paul McCartney said “Think Globally. Act Locally.” This phrase urges people to consider the wellbeing of the entire planet and to take action in their own communities and cities. Think globally reminds us to think about the bigger picture, and act locally tells us to do something in our own neigbourhood to create positive change.

There are many ways that we can adapt to have a positive influence in the world. We can work towards being more eco-friendly and overcoming global warming by planting trees, recycling, conserving water and electricity. As well, we can raise awareness of social issues such as child labour, poverty etc. Raising funds and awareness for people suffering from various diseases, is also a great way to start making a difference. Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” To make a positive change you have to be informed about what is occurring around our planet.

Many great people in the past have contributed in shaping the world. My role model, Mahatma…...

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