Dear Sana, this speech is to you and you get this speech, because the fact that you’ve invited us here to today, topples over American presidents tomorrow. We live in a chaotic world where it’s hard to understand the rules. Because why are some poor and others rich? Why do some have to flee? While others are safe? And why are people being spat on at in streets. And why is sometimes, when you try to make something good, it’s still met with hate? It’s not strange that people give up . That we stop believing in the good. But thank you for not giving up Sana. Because even tho it sometimes may feel like it, no person stands alone. Each and every single one of us, is an important piece in the big chaos,and what you did today, will have an effect tomorrow. It can be hard to say exactly what kind of effect, and you usually can’t always see how it’s all connected, but the effects of your actions, will always remain somewhere in the chaos, In 100 years we might have machines that manages to calculate the effect of each and every action. But until then, we can trust this: fear spreads, but… luckily, love does as well.