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  • I'm very honored and very grateful to be here among all of you today.

  • I'd like to tell you a story.

  • A story that actually struck me very hard.

  • This story is about a man named Easy, Eddie.

  • Raise your hands if you hold off easy, Eddie.

  • Okay.

  • So easy.

  • Eddie was one of the greatest criminal lawyers of his time.

  • He had the power to manipulate Juries, to manipulate the law on find loopholes and practically anything and could get anybody out of a crime because he was such a good lawyer.

  • The Chicago Mafia hired him.

  • Okay, you may not have heard off easy, Eddie, but how many of you have heard of Al Capone?

  • Okay, Well, putting on a skull face.

  • No.

  • Al Capone was the main client for easy Eddie Al Capone and the other Gangsters were looting, killing bootlegging and creating pandemonium in all of Chicago during the Prohibition.

  • Nobody could touch them on because they had easy, Eddie.

  • You know how much they paid Easy, Eddie.

  • Easier.

  • He was so wealthy that he had an entire block in downtown Chicago area.

  • He had mansions with sprawling barks, the best of God's.

  • The best of everything.

  • He had a son and easy and he was thinking, I've given my son everything, everything possible that money could buy.

  • But there is one thing I haven't given my son an example of a father that he could be proud off easy.

  • And he came to the conclusion.

  • The only way I could give my son a father with a legacy off a good name is by helping the government put the Mafia in prison.

  • So he testified, and many of the biggest people in the Mafia, including Al Capone, were put in prison.

  • He was well aware, but for doing this he would be killed.

  • This would cost his life.

  • And so one day, while he was driving, another car came and don't look too good, too.

  • Several machine guns filled his body with bullets and he laid dead on the street.

  • He paid a very heavy price for giving his son a father.

  • We could be proud off, but this story doesn't India.

  • So how did easy Eddie save this country?

  • During the war, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

  • There was a man in the U.

  • S.

  • Air Force who took off from the ship to go fight the Japanese.

  • He saw about nine Japanese bombers coming towards the USS Lexington to sink the board.

  • The USS Lexington had about thousands of people and he was alone.

  • He said that I have to go and I have to fight them.

  • He went and single handedly charged at these nine Japanese bombers on after lots of shooting.

  • After a heavy encounter, he managed to take five off the nine airplanes down.

  • Seeing his fearlessness, the four remaining Japanese bombers retracted.

  • So this man receive here the first person in the U.

  • S.

  • Air Force in World War Two to get the U.

  • S.

  • Congressional medal the highest of water there is.

  • His name was Butch, or head on the airport in Chicago.

  • O'Hare Airport is actually named after him.

  • He is considered one of the greatest heroes in American history because he was willing to sacrifice his own life for the higher cause of others.

  • On what makes the story interesting.

  • Is that Butch Oh, head was actually the son off.

  • Easy, Eddie.

  • So what are we giving to the next generation?

  • We see people work so hard for money and give it to their Children and the Children fight his enemies to see who gets it is that the legacy is that a fulfilling life, our values character, the grace and compassion we express on the love that flows through us is the greatest contribution we can make to our own life and to this world.

  • And when we have those values, we can build a wonderful, fulfilling, meaningful life beyond both and beyond death.

  • How many of us have actually used our intellect and why about life after death?

  • Anybody Okay, you know well, the closing balance off your will.

  • The closing balance of your previous boat carry forward is opening violence.

  • In the next, we strive to be the big guy, applying the conventional concept of success to measure the pursuit of fulfilment.

  • Let's be honest.

  • Is the end result really fulfilling?

  • It is definitely good to be ambitious to target higher.

  • But what truly makes our hearts content?

  • Unless one gets a taste of the inner self, one can never satisfy the Grinch of external pursuit.

  • I wish to talk about the 60.

  • This internal journey towards fulfillment about breaking the ice and going within the sea may look rough on the surface with well, with waves going to and flow.

  • But there exists a balance.

  • The calm waters.

  • This can be best explained with the anecdote of the scuba diver during the tsunami.

  • A scuba diver was deep in the ocean when the tsunami struck the show.

  • For the scuba diver, he simply felt a shadow.

  • But we need you down to the surface of the water.

  • He was shocked to see the devastation the tsunami had left behind.

  • Similarly, when we go deep insight, these external disturbances are just a shudder.

  • Even at the time of greatest crisis, this connect enabled us to act sensibly.

  • I spent six is my 21 years in a beautiful boarding school called Doom.

  • My parents actually endorse me for this journey only because my neighbor was doing the same with his son.

  • So you're I went with the steal drunk, which had my three digit number as my identity attached to a house.

  • My time in doom differed from expectations.

  • It wasn't about building it, as you may the Ivy degree or the certificates.

  • I wanted something beyond that.

  • I spent my time observing other 12 year olds.

  • I would often assess that behavior on introspect the cultural beliefs that dominated the different personalities I realized as we grew older.

  • Ah, fabric got more and more calculated, complicating things, making us diplomatic.

  • In the beginning, life was very simple.

  • Simple dealings, simple friendship.

  • But as we progress, the tenderness around us gets walked.

  • Inspired by the teachings of Rather Not Swami, I imagine to break free.

  • I envisioned an education system where one will start to judge the beauty by what lay in people's hearts and not by physical appearance.

  • I wish for a system that urge one to raise the standard of giving alongside the standard of living.

  • We spend all our lives acquiring, adding and buying things only to leave it one fine day at the time of death.

  • Imagine if, as well as learning the history of our world, students are given the skills to change the future if it how many of us actually deliberate in the future.

  • We talk about cleaning the environment, we talk about global warming, climate change and pollution, but we must work the words cleaning the pollution in our heart.

  • In order to learn to navigate the world, we must learn how to navigate our own minds, it is imperative to develop a system where developing intelligence goes hand in hand with developing compassion.

  • I would like to talk about one of the most important things I learned during my time at boarding school.

  • The definition of love.

  • What is love?

  • Is love really all about the romance we see on the screen?

  • My experience, the school, we conclude my relationship with my parents.

  • It taught me how love men to sacrifice and to simply find joy, another's joy and sorrow.

  • In other suffering, Mother Theresa said.

  • The greatest problem in the world is hunger, not hunger off the belly.

  • If you give someone food, they'll be satisfied.

  • But in the world's most thriving cities, be it New York, London, Tokyo, Mumbai, even the wealthiest people their hearts are starving on.

  • That's no vision creates greed, arrogance, envy, angle only define that.

  • The love within ourselves is the only solution when we have a foundation off in a piece off.

  • In her compassion, the joy of living is not derive from simply accumulating things.

  • More and more things.

  • It is embedded in expressing compassion in whatever we do.

  • Have you ever wondered what differentiates a man from an animal.

  • Why human beings More superior to animals Just like animals.

  • We sleep, reproduce, defend ourselves and so on.

  • Some say animals like reasoning and rational thinking.

  • But a dog or cat does move away when you shoot them off.

  • So cats and dogs animals do have the power of reasoning.

  • The oil is special.

  • Prerogative off a human over animals is the ability to inquire this quest of inquiry within me.

  • Let the foundation of what we called I parliament.

  • It was a platform that gave voice do the youth by the youth and for the youth.

  • We came up with this name because it's so easily does it resonate with the minds of my generation forward and driven by technology and its paraphernalia on at the same time, it reminds them off their rights that duties the responsibility to themselves, the society to the country and, in turn, the world.

  • I Parliament is not an ordinary congregation of the YouTube debate when it decides the shoes in the country today.

  • This movement is significant because it gives school students the responsibility to look within and deliberate, discuss design on draft laws in harmony with the universe.

  • It provides them with an onus off the future before they go on to cast their vote.

  • I Parliament extends to being more than just an organization more than just a movement.

  • It is an effective movement.

  • It is an appeal for the future to look up from their screens and to look within it Selves as an opportunity to create life in this world, driven by compassion nurtured by values and morals.

  • This initiative Selves to be the change we want to see using our free will with the higher connection.

  • It redefined the polluted notion of politics today.

  • Going beyond religion going beyond party politics.

  • I would like to go.

  • I would like to quote the words from the park would get as it is because I believe it.

  • A spirituality, spirituality that has helped me.

  • We've everything together.

  • Video.

  • When I have some money drama ni ga ve hostin e.

  • Soon each of us will park h.

  • This verse talks about that Internet connection.

  • When we make that connect, we naturally realize our true connection with each other and the world around us, a person who's empowered with inner meaning and is ready to offer sacrifices to live up to the inner meaning becomes a lonely person, becomes a learned person with an equal vision.

  • He becomes sensitive everyone's need and he reciprocates accordingly.

  • He really respects everyone and deals with them respectfully before going to conclude.

  • My talk, I would like to say in the world is the reflection off one self it mirrors are attitude, our beliefs and our perception.

  • We have to transform that arrogance into humility, greed, indigenous generosity on hate into love.

  • That is where we can really connect with our inner self with each other and make this world a beautiful place.

  • Whether we do it in a big way are a small way.

  • We all have the responsibility to do so.

  • So do so now.

  • Thank you.

I'm very honored and very grateful to be here among all of you today.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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