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Now Let It Work. Mischief Thou Art Afoot. Take Thou What Course Thou Wilt! Antony Seeks Justice by Getting the Mob to Kill the Conspirators. but to Correct a Wrong, One Cannot Commit Another Wrong. Write a Speech for the School Assembly on – the Ends Do Not Justify the Means. - English - Communicative

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Now let it work. Mischief thou art afoot.
Take thou what course thou wilt!

Antony seeks justice by getting the mob to kill the conspirators. But to correct a wrong, one cannot commit another wrong. Write a speech for the school assembly on – The ends do not justify the means. (120–150 words)

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The Ends do not Justify the Means

A very good morning to all of you. Today, I am going to say a few words on the topic 'Ends do not justify the means.'

We all are so engrossed in achieving our goals that we hardly stop to think about the means that we use for achieving them. Until and unless the road to success is fair and proper, the end is not proper either. Students often resort to unfair means during exams in order to score good marks. But don't you think an honest zero is better than a dishonest hundred? It may also happen that if we resort to one wrong, we might end up committing many others just to rectify the first.

I would like to end my speech by reminding all my friends that we must be careful of the means that we take to our goals.

Thank you.

Concept: Reading Skill (Non-textual)
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