Those that receive assistance are always appreciative of how total strangers aided them even if they are not good at displaying it. Nevertheless, the person that was assisted is always thankful no matter how small the deed was. People will always volunteer, but at this point in time it is just a matter of why these people are volunteering in the first place. Different reasons people volunteer can include volunteering to receive a reward, volunteering for altruistic reasons, and volunteering for the reason of having faith for
In this way, they can motivate others to use themselves for the fellow human beings. (Brown, 2005) Singh, (2004) states that volunteering for both sides has a positive aspect. The volunteer delivers good work to the destination, so the local population has been helped. On the other hand, the volunteer can develop himself on the faces, looking back with a positive look at the period he has done for the volunteering. When returning home, they may also look for a next adventure in volunteer work.
Volunteering is very important; it is both vital to the people receiving aid as it satisfies their needs, and it is important to those administering aid as it gives them joy and helps them become better people. The reason I volunteered for St. Margaret 's Fair was so I could finally stop sitting around and get to work. When I saw the opportunity to do something important, I grasped at it; I selected the ring toss game was because I felt it would be fun and important. I do believe my job at the St. Margaret 's Fair was very important as it both collected money for those in need and, at the same time, instilled me with a love of volunteering. The purpose of the fair was to collect money for humanitarian efforts in the local area.
In contrast to the fact that thanking can create obstacles, being thankful creates immense pleasure. It can prove and show the gratitude of someone. An unknown person once stated, “Take time to be thankful for everything that you have. You can always have more, but you could also have less.” This can prove immense pleasure, as many are thankful and attain more than they
With the resources that would be provided to me by being a Schulich leader, I would be able to help others to the maximum of my abilities. I am hard working and take joy in helping others. This allows me to inspire people to also help others. My Academic Track Records, my financial need, and my extensive community involvement all make me a great Schulich Leader.
Lifelong Benefits Volunteer projects have been put in place to benefit those in need, but those who receive the help provided are not the only ones who benefit. Volunteer projects provide both age specific and universal benefits. Older adults may receive more benefits pertaining to their health, whereas teenagers expand their social skills and learn to be more respectful. All age groups are able to give back to others and receive the positive effects associated with their service. Since volunteering can provide benefits to both those who volunteer and those who receive the help, volunteer projects encourage citizens to continue to give back to others.
This is quite true since I enjoyed the assignment and the results were outstanding. This relates to future learning by that I will continue to have group projects. If I want my projects to be more successful I need to be stern and make my team members work on their parts. This will not only benefit me, but it 'll benefit the rest of my team
Regardless of the situation, it is self-serving because of why a person is motivated to empathize and help others. For every contribution of resources made, e.g. time, money, services, there is a trade off of equal value for the contributor, that being a positive emotional response or social gain. Whether consciously or unconsciously, many perform acts of charities for moments of fulfilment and pride, which at its most basic is a form of hedonism. In times of disasters, tragedies, and accidents, people assimilate and allocate resources to helping those affected by it because they will gain just as much.
It helps you see your everyday life in a new light – you may find out how grateful you are for some aspects, but it may also motivate you to make changes in other areas. I have no doubt, that it’s the travels I’ve made throughout my life, that has enriched me with my curiosity and open-mindedness towards life and people. The effects of travelling are not just short-term, you will learn a lot along the way, that will be valuable all throughout your life. Being able to see the things from a worldly perspective, is helpful in both the small situations of your everyday life, but perhaps, also in relation to your work. I think travelling is a basic human desire – to put miles between your home and wherever your next location might be.
Satsifying relationships can be a wonderful source of happiness and support throughout your life, whether they are platonic, familial or romantic. Happy relationships provide you with strength in every aspect of your wellbeing, whether it 's mental health, physical health or the connections that you build with others. On the flip side, though, an unsatisfying relationship can drain you emotionally. Building a satisfying relationship takes time, it takes dedication, commit. It doesn 't come easy or naturally, it requires work, the ability to adapt, and in a romantic relationship, it 's important to learn how to change and grow with your partner.
It has been suggested that having healthy social relationships can lengthen a life span. Just talking to someone an hour a day can reduce stress that maybe causing you physiological and psychological pain. Some people believe that the number of friends you have is the most important. However, according to Mayo clinic, quality is what truly counts. Sometimes family isn’t enough and having one friend that you can trust and enjoy your time with can make all the difference.
Creativity is also something that I am very committed to because it pushes people to explore new boundaries and come up with ideas that excite and bring positive energy into their lives. I enjoy hearing the ideas of friends, coworkers, etc., because I will never underestimate the power of an idea. Creativity is what has allowed us to progress over time. In this program many other students will be providing me their creative thoughts and solutions, which allows new ideas to be born and causes a cycle. Service is also important because when we provide any of our time into helping someone or something out it allows us to stay humble and acknowledge what is going on around us.
Most people, in times of need, have a person they look up to for motivation or admire for going through a similar situation and coming out on top. They are considered role models and have inspired many people around the globe. Not only do they persevere, but they help others with their personal and genuine philanthropy, are humble when talking about their contributions, and are not altruistic for financial gain or fame. Role models who imbue these qualities are sometimes hard to come by, but when you do find one, it is as if you were given rain during the drought of you life. These figures are especially pertinent for marginalized groups such as mental illness sufferers.
The ER is most understandably, the last place any person wants to be. So it makes out job that much more difficult to give them any sort of comfort when they arrive. But when we do achieve in giving them assurance and comfort, such as in the case of Mrs. Ajelo, then it makes our volunteer experience that more worthwhile. It’s a personal victory for me when I do well by a person. We do our best so that the community comes out of the ER happier than when they arrive.
Volunteering has made me a well-rounded person and given me the opportunity to help those who have once become a victim of our societal issues get back on their feet. Giving back is rewarding and I feel that everyone should give back. The positive impact you make giving back can affect more people than people