Charlie Chaplin on Humanity (Inspiring Video)

If you need a dose of inspiration this morning, check out this beautiful speech. It’s from Charlie Chaplin’s film The Great Dictator, interspersed with footage from our own past, present, and future. We hope it makes you think!



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Danuta Watola
Danuta Watola2 years ago

Thank you for sharing

Terry Vanderbush
Terry V.3 years ago

thank you

Heather M
Heather Marv3 years ago

As he said, "Greed has poisoned Mankinds soul."This Video is One of the best things I have ever heard.

Aleksandra K.
Past Member 3 years ago

wooow, thanks for sharing!

irene fernandez
irene Fernandez3 years ago

Very touching, very inspiring and still something to aspire to

Cheryl T.
Past Member 3 years ago

Great, thanks for sharing it.

Mary Mattarelli
Mary Mattarelli3 years ago

wow thank you

Sam M.
Sam E M.3 years ago

Wonder Charle Chaplin, I love his films and this speech still rings true today, which is rather sad as it shows that little has changed with regard to his words. :)

Rosemary G.
Rosemary G.3 years ago

I saw it many times. Chaplin was a genius and was exhiled as a thank you note by the USA.Guess who was then President of the SAG? Yours truly Ronald Reagan.. one of the worst Presidents we ever had except the Village Idiot GW Bush..
I don't know if human animals ever will learn because they are inspired by Monotheistic Gods who incite hatred and murder of the non initiated..In several millenium, we have not evolved one ounce..We are light years away from being civilized. Just reflect on recent events that are still defended by the NRA..By the time we might become civilized, it will be too late, because we will no longer exist as as species having obliterated anything alive on this poor blue planet that pretty soon will look like the moon thanks to our greed, ingorance and folly.