Presentation on theme: "If Today Was Your Last Day… What would you do to change the world? By: Feroza Khan, Alexandra Vava, and Kirstie Gooding For: Mrs. Sharma’s ENG 3U1 class."— Presentation transcript:
If Today Was Your Last Day… What would you do to change the world? By: Feroza Khan, Alexandra Vava, and Kirstie Gooding For: Mrs. Sharma’s ENG 3U1 class
“Each day’s a gift and not a given right.” Take it in little steps. You don’t have to find the cure for cancer. But you could help someone by doing something as simple as holding open a door for them. “That first step you take is the longest stride.”
“Donate every dime you have,” Of course you don’t have to donate every dime, but even a little can change someone else’s life for the better. Instead of using this money for something useless, Think of how much you could help them…
“Every second counts, ‘cause there’s no second try.” Help someone today. You may not be able to tomorrow. Circumstances change. Tomorrow you might be the one who needs it.
“Would you call old friends you never see?” “Would you forgive your enemies?” Everyone deserves to be forgiven. How would you like it if someone didn’t forgive you for something ridiculous? A good friendship lasts forever. People feel so much better and more respected when you remember them.
“Let nothing stand in your way.” Some of the best lives were lived by people who were unsuccessful when they were younger. If someone tells you to give up, would you? Couldn’t you always do better?
“If today was your last day, Tomorrow was too late, Could you say goodbye to yesterday?” All of humanity has done something to affect the earth. Could you live with the guilt that you made the earth worse than when you first received it?
Things can try to hold you down, but don’t let them. Do something today to make a better tomorrow.
You have the power to “be the change [you] wish to see in the world.” - Mahatma Gandhi