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He was made a refugee after his grandfather was shot dead by ethnic Serb rebels close to his home. These people cannot be redeemed. or laying off a bunch of meddling middle-managers, the year she was appointed a UN Global Goodwill Ambassador. at a celebration of his work for the ONE Campaign where he served as the president and chief executive officer This is an edited transcript of that speech I just want to say a few words to thank people for the chance to do this job for five years Ive worked for ten organizations full time I made a list of the various occupations for which Id been paid the other day and it came to more than 20 from hod carrier to official in the UK Cabinet Office but this has been the bestwell if you exclude being foreman of a wrecking crew when I got to blow sh*t upand I owe a lot of thanks to lots of people who have made it so I always think these speeches go in the wrong order because you thank everyone and then you get an “and finally” the people you really would like to thank and by then everyone’s at the bar So in the last few years I’ve reversed it and Ive put the people who really count up at the top So the first person I’d like to thank for 42 years of work and more than 40 years of marriage my lifelong love is my wife Emma She has been a rock for me and the kids for years and years I simply can’t thank her enough And then there are our two wonderful daughters who are such a source of fun and love and success Bush 41 [President George H W Bush] when I was Washington Bureau Chief at the Economist someone said to him “What are you most proud of" And he said “What I’m most proud of is that my kids come home” And that’s absolutely what I’m most proud of And then a huge huge thank you to the doctors and the nurses and the technicians and the administrators at Johns Hopkins at Sibley Hospital under the incredible quarterbacking of my absolutely brilliant brilliant oncologist Channing Paller Fifteen million of us are living with cancer including as I know some people in this room who are quite normal actually We are quite normal And one of the kind of great things about my team at Hopkins and Sibley is just that: They remind you that you are living with cancer just like everyone is living with something or other and they are going to help you get the best out of that living Next I want to thank all the people in this room who are from the federal government who are from the advocacy community lots of friends around who are from the many organizations that we have long worked with and that we depend on here in this room or in other cities Let me just pause a moment to recognize a great friend of many of us at ONE and in the other organizations [British MP] Jo Cox who was so tragically murdered in the UK Read TIME’s obituary for Michael Elliott You know I became an American citizen years ago I can do the whole American trope as good as any of you But the one thing I can’t do is the Washington eye roll I just can’t do it Because of thirty years of living here off and on I’ve seen the dedication of public servants I’ve seen the dedication of people in the advocacy community I’ve seen the dedication of people who get up every morning dedicated to public service and making life a better place and here’s to you Let me finally turn to my colleagues at ONE and thank them I want to thank everyone who’s worked for ONE or (RED) in our offices and all over the world from the garment district in New York where (RED) is to the endless skies of Johannesburg Their amazing hard work and creativity and passion in service to those who through no fault of their own have been asked to live with stunted life chances simply because of the accident of their birth When we celebrated our 10th anniversary recently we took the motto: "Its not about us" And I am just so proud to have worked with people for five years who have lived there every day who know the victories recognition high fives rewards achievements that we might endure mean nothing mean absolutely nothing literally nothing if they do not directly improve the lives of those we are here to serve Ive said before that I often think that this whole thing has been a terrible mistake Neither of my parents ever flew They lived pretty much their whole lives within four miles of where they were born in Liverpool and I seem to have been traveling ever since I hitchhiked from Liverpool to London when I was 15 years old And Ive never really stopped And Ive seen a lot Ive seen things you people wouldnt believe (All my staff know that I have to drop one movie quote into any speech) Ive seen that strange light not quite pink not quite purple that bathes Harare with an unforgettable beauty at jacaranda time Ive watched from a boat in the harbor as the wall of fire lights up Sydney Harbour Bridge to welcome in the New Year Ive hiked to 13000 feet to a Tibetan yak pasture in northern Yunnan province in a light so sharp and crisp you thought it could cut you And when I got back down Ive drunk Yak butter tea which trust me you dont have to do Ive hiked the length of the Samaría gorge in the White Mountains of Western Crete my favorite place in the whole wide world five times and I plan to do it again And because I wanted to experience it all good and bad Ive also seen the lonely silent pain of the Pine Ridge Preservation in South Dakota the legacy of long years of genocide foisted on Native Americans Ive seen people shuffling dazed around houses reduced to matchwood in Thailand after the great tsunami of 2004 And perhaps saddest of all ten years after a vicious civil war stopped Ive seen those walls from one end of Monrovia in Liberia to the other where bullet holes are mixed up with streaks of mold in something like a weird art installation that belongs in the Whitney or the Tate Modern Through it all whats always inspired me is the resilience of ordinary people From children carrying water for hours on the roads of Malawi to women coming in from their villages to markets in San Cristobal de las Casas or LiJiang or Elmina to sell a few ears of corn or bunches of handcrafts And as some of you have heard me say before whenever Ive seen sights like that Ive gone back to a passage in Derek Walcotts magnificent poem Omeros when he remembers his father taking him as a child to watch women in St Lucia load a ship with coal Kneel to your load then balance your staggering feet and walk up that coal ladder as they do in time one bare foot after the next in ancestral rhyme Because Rhyme remains the parentheses of palms shielding a candle’s tongue it is the language’s desire to enclose the loved world in its arms; or heft a coal-basket; only by its stages like those groaning women will you achieve that height whose wooden planks in couplets lift your pages higher than those hills of infernal anthracite There like ants or angels they see their native town unknown raw insignificant They walk you write; keep to that narrow causeway without looking down climbing in their footsteps that slow ancestral beat of those used to climbing roads; your own work owes them because the couplet of those multiplying feet made your first rhymes Look they climb and no one knows them; they take their copper pittances and your duty from the time you watched them from your grandmother’s house as a child wounded by their power and beauty is the chance that you now have to give those feet a voice" Now we can’t all win the Nobel Prize in Literature but we can all give those feet a voice Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsThe last film featuring late actor Paul Walker has nabbed the best opening for a domestic movie in about a year and a half Furious 7 earned $1436 million at North American theaters over the weekend and hauled in another $2404 million around the world according to the Hollywood Reporter making for a huge $384 million total and the fourth highest opening ever MORE: Review: In Furious 7 Gravity Is for Wimps The latest in the Fast and Furious franchise was originally set for a July 2014 release but was delayed by Walker’s death in a November 2013 car accident Interest in seeing Walker in his last movie undoubtedly contributed to its box office success Universal is said to be planning three more installments The animated flick Home came in at No 2 during its second week in theaters earning $274 million And the comedy Get Hard starring Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell took third place with $129 million [THR] Write to Justin Worland at [email protected] Results from the 32 local authority areas are expected to trickle in during the wee hours of Friday.C. 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