A Conspiracy of Love: Stanford Graduation Speech

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August 4, 2012

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A Conspiracy of Love: Stanford Graduation Speech

In life, it is never the big battle, the big moment, the big speech, the big election. That does not change things. What changes things is every day, getting up and rendering small acts of service and love beyond that what’s expected of you or required of you.

– Cory Booker –

A Conspiracy of Love: Stanford Graduation Speech

In these video excerpts, charismatic Newark Mayor, Cory Booker, reminds Stanford graduates that their success is the product of a vast “conspiracy of love,” and challenges all of us to engage in the conspiratorial caring that makes our society safe, strong, and ennobling. A clear and compelling message, and one of the most articulate and inspired commencement speeches of recent times. { read more }

Be The Change

Honor your roots — reflect on the conspiracy of love in your own journey.

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