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Changing the World There are many things that could effect the lives of millions but there is one thing that really stands out from the others The Power of One The important thing about the power of one person is that we need to look at what that one person is doing that is making a difference One person can make a difference in someone elses life If someone changes your entire life or your outlook on it you can definitely agree to the power of one Someone that can reach out to just one persons life is just as important as someone who can change the lives of millions A person goes through many difficult times Sometimes with others and sometimes on their own Every person can change someone elses life just by giving them a simple smile Life is tough and everyone must learn how to live on his or her own otherwise it will be difficult to survive In the movie it shows that one person can change the world That one person may not be able to do a whole lot physically to change the world but one person has the power to inspire others to help that person change the world It also shows very firmly that one person can set an example for others that may affect the outcome of any situation One is very meaningful and significant PK becomes a symbol of Christ by trying to make all the people respect each other To not make people respect each other by their culture or color of skin but by their content of their character PK wants everyone to get along with each other He tries to make the white people get along with the black people so there will not be any more prejudices He tries to stop all the violence that is going on PK thinks that the black community should be allowed in the white community
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