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Positive Attitude

Oprah c;

Jasmine Diaz

on 31 January 2013

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Transcript of Positive Attitude

Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Obstacle 3 Growth START Forgiveness Obstacles To Overcome
Positive Quotes Perseverance Positive Attitude Kasey Edwards, a teen age boy, went out with his friends to swim in a lake. Without knowing a 11 1/2 foot alligator, attacked him taking his arm. Kasey still after the accident thinks of the positives. He believes that this attack made him stronger and he still plays football. Positive thinking leads to positive out comes.
Be strong, when you are weak...
Be brave, when you are scared...
And be humble, when you are victorious.
A Positive attitude, creates a chain of positive
thoughts..... <3
Keep in mind that neither success or failure
is ever final....
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mattie Stepanek was a 7 year-old boy who had muscular Dystrophy. Mattie had 3 dreams his Dystrophy didn't stop him from achieving those dreams. He wanted to get his poem book published, meet the one and only Oprah Winfrey, and the President of the United States. All those dreams came true and he showed true perseverance. He didn't let his medical problems stop him from achieving his goals The Little Rock Nine was a group of
African Americans, who would get bullied
and undermined daily do to the color of
their skin. Whites and Blacks were treated
very different. They had different bathrooms, water fountains, and all this was because of their skin. The Little Rock Nine, appeared on Oprah, along with the whites who constantly abused them. The Little Rock Nine victims chose to forgive those who confessed that mistreated them. Elie Wiesel was in the Holocaust, when he
was younger. The cruel things he had
experienced, at such a young age. Elie,
wrote a book called Night which was based
on his experiences through the holocaust. He
grew from the things he witnessed, but will never forget.
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