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Change starts with us. Father Boyle explains that we have to be the change we want to see. If we want to change the world we need to first start with ourselves. He uses examples of young kids wanting to change. The first story that struck me was when Father Boyle was talking to a kid named Omar. He asks Father Boyle when all this killing will stop. Boyle stops and
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Unformatted text preview: tells him “the minute…you decide”. This really stuck to me because at first this quote confused me. Then I looked at it, and he obviously didn’t mean that one sixteen-year-old kid could stop it all. He meant that for it to stop everyone has to look at themselves. They cant look at other people and blame them, we must look at ourselves before anyone else....
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  • Spring '13
  • MARK
  • Want, Father Boyle

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