Speech On Turning The Other Cheek

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In this world people are faced with the most difficult decision of doing the right thing even when it could mean being hurt again and again. Teachers, mentors, pastors, and psychologist have studied the topic of “turning the other cheek”. Is it right to offer forgiveness to a situation even if the situation is not “solved” properly? The debate goes on and on but, the one thing people should realize is that even if the situation is looking bad their is always some good that can come out of it. A scholar by the name of Kent M.Keith once wrote , “People really need help but may attack you if you do help them.Help people anyway.Give the world the best you have and you 'll get kicked in the teeth.Give the world the best you have anyway.” While analyzing this quote further, I have found that in any bad situation there still is room for improvement by implementing a sense of kindness and compassion for the situation at hand. For example, I work at a home improvement store called The Home Depot. In Home Depot you are sure to find a good day and a bad day. Customers come to The Home Depot looking for an item as well as good customer service. As being a cashier, my first priority is to make sure that every customer is properly taken care of on their way into the building and when you 're leaving out the building. If the customer doesn 't feel like they 're being taken care of it can get very disappointing very quickly. While at work I try and stay as positive as I can so that each
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