Rachel Scotts' Essay And Sayings I Loved The Most From Her

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Rachel Scotts' Essay And Sayings I Loved The Most From Her

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Rachel Scott was the first victim to be killed at the Columbine.
My Favorite Saying From Her IsThe One With The Hands And One The Palm Of Them It Said: " These Hands Belong To Rachel Joy Scott, And Some Day These Hands Will Touch Millions Of Hearts."
I Almost Cry Whenever I hear That Because, She Really Touched My Heart.

Summary

Rachel Scott was the first victim to be killed at the Columbine.
My Favorite Saying From Her IsThe One With The Hands And One The Palm Of Them It Said: " These Hands Belong To Rachel Joy Scott, And Some Day These Hands Will Touch Millions Of Hearts."
I Almost Cry Whenever I hear That Because, She Really Touched My Heart.

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Submitted: April 20, 2012

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Submitted: April 20, 2012

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Ik People Are Talking About The Columbine Incedent But, The First Victim Was: Rachel Scott.
She Wanted To Start A Chain Reaction.
Some Of Her Quotes Are:
1. "I Have This Theory
That If One Person Can Go
Out Of Their Way To Show
Compassion Then It Will
Start A Chain Reaction Of
The Same. People Will Never
Know How Far A Little Kindness Can Go."
- Rachel Joy Scott
2.This One Makes Me Almost Cry Each Time I Read It:
"These hands belong to Rachel Joy Scott and
will some day touch millions of people's hearts."
- Rachel Joy Scott
As People Found It, It Was True She Did Touch Millions Of Hearts

Her Essay Was One Of The Best Essays In All Of Essay History
And Her Essay Is Right Here So Please, Take The Time To
Read It:
My Ethics, My codes of Life

Ethics vary with environment, circumstances, and culture. In my own life, ethics play a major role. Whether it was the way I was raised, the experiences I’ve had, or just my outlook on the world and the way things should be. My biggest aspects of ethics include being honest, compassionate, and looking for the best and beauty in everyone.

I’ve been told repeatedly that I trust people too easily, but I find that when I put my faith and trust in people when others would not dare to, they almost never betray me. I would hope that people would put that same faith in me. Trust and honesty is an investment you put in people; if you build enough trust in them and show yourself to be honest, they will do the same in you. I value honesty so much, and it is an expectation I have of myself. I will put honesty before the risk of humiliation, before selfishness, and before anything less worthy of the Gospel truth. Even in being honest and trustworthy, I do not come off cold and heartless. Compassion and honesty go hand in hand, if enough of each is put into every situation. I admire those who trust and are trustworthy.

Compassion is the greatest form of love humans have to offer. According to Webster’s Dictionary, compassion means a feeling of sympathy for another’s misfortune. My definition of compassion is forgiving, loving, helping, leading, and showing mercy for others. I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.

It wasn’t until recently that I learned that the first, the second, and the third impressions can be deceitful of what kind of person someone is. For example, imagine you had just met someone, and you speak with them three times on brief everyday conversations. They come off as harsh, rude, stubborn, and an ignorant person. You base your judgment on just these three encounters. Let me ask you something…did you ever ask them what their goal in life is, what kind of past they came from, did they experience love, did they experience hurt, did you look into their soul and not just their appearance? Until you know them and not just their “type,” you have no right to shun them. You have not looked for their beauty, their good. You have not seen the light in their eyes. Look hard enough and you always find a light, and you can even help it grow, if you don’t walk away from those three impressions first.

I know that my codes of life may be different from yours, but how do you know that trust, compassion, and beauty will not make this world a better place to be in and this life a better one to live? My codes may seem like a fantasy that can never be reached, but test them for yourself, and see the kind of effect they have in the lives of people around you. You just may start a chain reaction.
- Rachel Joy Scott

Thank You, Thank You For Reading My Favorite Sayings And Papers By Rachel Joy Scott.

Rachel Would've Wanted Everyone To Start A Chain Reaction, So Lets Stop Bulying And Speak Up And Start A Chain Reaction! Follow After Rachel And Become The Best *YOU* That *YOU* Can Be.

Selection Wrote By,

12 Year Old Ciera Rumbaugh.


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