The best part of the SAG Awards last night was when actor Ernest Borgnine, 94, received his lifetime achievement award. He was incredibly moved, and he delivered the most beautifully inspiring speech of the night. Those words should resonate with anyone who work in the arts because it was one of those rare moments where you get to remember why you do what you do, and where you get the strength to keep on doing it. Here is part of his speech.
"There are millions of folks who would like to be in our shoes. We are a privileged few who have been chosen to work in this field. I hope that we will never let our dedication to our craft fail and that we will always give the best we possibly can to our profession so people can enjoy us in later years."
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