Saturday, April 14, 2012

M is for Meaningful

One thing--for some reason, my post for "L" ended up being behind "K".  Just in case you were wondering, I do not have my alphabet mixed up.

Anyway, on with the post. Has there ever been any section of a book/movie where one of the characters stood up and gave a motivational speech, and you have had hope from it ever since? I know I have.

I think that it is very important that every book has one of these in some shape or form. Because, in the end, these passages can really encourage people (myself included) in their everyday lives. And that's BIG. I mean, sure, it's great to give people entertainment and all, but that pleasure is only temporary. When you have something that's really meaningful, it has the potential to change lives.

Here is one of my favorite meaningful movie speeches. Are there any that you find inspiring? Why? Tell me in the comments!



  1. There. I've learned something from one so young. You want to carry a message away with you after you finish the book. Good insight. Keep blogging!

  2. Huh! I find them intrusive on the story. I'd rather have the lessons sprinkled throughout. I'm trying to visit all the A-Z Challenge Blogs this month. My alphabet is at

  3. i do love that scene!

    Happy A-Zing!