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Five life lessons we should learn from concession speech of Hillary Clinton

Five life lessons we should learn from concession speech of Hillary Clinton mention Below with Video of her speech.

Five life lessons we should learn from concession speech of Hillary Clinton

There have been many changes in the United States over the past 24 hours. Donald Trump was the next President elect and Hillary Clinton's dream became the first female commander and was once again frustrated.


Here is  Concession speech of Hillary Clinton




There is anger. There is a sense of disappointment. There is shock, there is grief. The person with the correct attitude was not ready for anyone but was a reality. Hillary Clinton was defeated by Donald John Trump, an unpleasant and grandfather, because she was a qualified, "nasty" woman dedicated to the United States as a whole.

Yes, her husband, Bill Clinton, was involved in notorious sex scandals, and it was not ideal to send confidential e-mails through a private server. But it never takes what Clinton did for people. Especially women around the world. Think about it. Why does the US election bother people sitting away? But they did. Sometimes it is sometimes anxious, sometimes ugly, sometimes for hopeful reasons - the latter is mainly due to Clinton. The news of Trump celebrated by Hillary was heavy before the concession speech just before the move. Keeping her grace, dignity, and dignity, Clinton addressed her tearful supporters who had not yet been denied.

Only a few minutes after the speech began, Hillary Clinton would have been the only person without a dam on the cheek. But is that really great? Clinton herself.

As Clinton spoke of many people's feelings, Clinton said she would stay painful and long, and said that feelings of despair, loss, disappointment, hope, and strength were filled with lessons of life.
Here are some examples:

1. Invest all your energy as you pursue your dreams.

This loss is wounded, but I do not believe that fighting for what is right is worth it."
If things do not work out as expected, we can not help but be disappointed. It's never good to be defeated, but if you wake up and wipe out the dust and work hard, it will be a better choice.
Effort will always be worth it at the end of the day.

Clinton said, "I think to all the girls who are watching this is worthy of the opportunity and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve their precious and powerful dreams.


2. A woman means that you will face many challenges, but it is not an excuse to give up the exam.

To all women. this campaign and their belief in me. Nothing has made me proud than my champion.

It is not a secret that the world is not an ideal place for women. Clinton has suffered from Trump's horrible sexism and has witnessed that you and I are far apart. But she came back stronger, stuck with her dream of the United States, and did not strike lower when they hit low. As a woman, she stood against right and wrong.

"I know we still have not shattered the tallest and hardest glass ceiling, but someday someone might think we might think ahead of â € and hope.

3. You can lose, but you can never lose your dignity.

Last night we celebrated Donald Trump and suggested that we work for him for our country.

She acknowledged defeat and congratulated Trump on a shocking victory. And the people who followed the election knew great difficulties. She was merciful, dignified and prejudiced.
Donald Trump will be our president, and we have an open mind and a chance to lead him.

4. Recognition of emotions does not mean weakness.

I know how disappointed I feel because I feel," he said. There are tens of millions of Americans who have invested hope and dreams in this effort.
It is good for you to accept hurt and to acknowledge your feelings. When things do not improve, it is normal to fall into emotional. What is not normal is to hide the emotions and suffer from silence.


5. Be gracious and enthusiastic.

I celebrate being an American everyday and deeply believe in what I have, and if we stand together, respect our differences, be assured, and love this nation, our best days are still ahead of ours."
No matter what happens in President Obama 's election night speech, it' s going to be hard to see the positive side right now because he said, "The sun will rise," but he gives time to heal and accept reality.

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