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Gaurav Gujral

Student - B.E - Computer Engineering, Vigil Monitoring

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What is the most inspiring speech you have heard?


This speech was made by Charlie Chaplin in his movie 'The Great Dictator' and it has always inspired me since I first saw it. So my question to you all is this: What speech have you heard or a talk you have seen on TED that inspires you to be a good person or gives you a brighter outlook on life?

PS: A link to the speech/talk would be appreciated if possible.


Closing Statement from Gaurav Gujral

Thanks everyone for the great links, its been a blast looking at all these speeches and getting the chance to share some of the talks that inspire me has been great.

So once again, thanks :)

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  • Oct 20 2011: I became a regular visitor of TED.com ever since I saw Pranav Mistry's talk on 6th Sense. Other than that, I also like Jeff Bezos's speech about 'being kind and being clever/smart'. Sir Ken Robinson's talk about creativity in schools is also thought provoking and I enjoyed it to the hilt. Recently, I saw Bunker Roy's video on the Barefoot College...really inspiring act...!

    Steve Job's speech too is great and has given me a new perspective of understanding the present.
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      Oct 21 2011: I loved the talk on sixth sense :) so innovative

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