Good morning to everyone in this room. I’d want to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about loyalty. One of the most admirable traits in both people and animals, including horses, dogs, elephants, etc., is loyalty. Simply put, “fidelity” is what the word “loyalty” refers to, and it is followed by acts of sacrifice, kindness, and moral submission.
A loyal person is always willing to give up everything—even his or her life—for the sake of the other person. Consider someone faithful to their family, friends, employer, or nation. He will thus be willing to give everything up, including his life, for the sake of his kin, friend, employer, or nation. An honest appearance, moral values, and disciplined manners are traits of a loyal person.
A loyal person cannot be persuaded or bought to stray from their course. Loyalty is like a pillar that can withstand any force that tries to break through it because it is strong and steadfast. Today’s environment makes it difficult to practice loyalty because everyone seems to put their own needs and wants first. Few businesses are still fortunate enough to hire devoted staff members who work extremely hard and with the highest devotion.
They occasionally also battle to protect their firms’ interests against rivals. Most often, slaves and brave soldiers exhibit loyalty. Characters that are courageous and daring frequently exhibit loyalty. People that are timid and weak lack a loyal spirit.
Loyalty reveals a person’s whole commitment and devotion to others. Everywhere they go, society disbelieves and despises those who lack loyalty. Thank you.