When someone hurts another, we care for the one who got hurt and show no compassion for the one whose fault it was. It is hard for us to show empathy toward the “bad”guy. It really does take God to help us. Father Boyle’s ability to care for everyone is incredible. His compassion toward the Homeboys has brought compassion to them.
Jurgis had found something he cared about and stuck with it. From the very start of the novel Jurgis was a very caring person. Jurgis took pride in helping other people and always found a way to do it. He provided everything for his family such as support, money and protection from the horrors that his family encountered in Packingtown. Jurgis and Ona immigrated to America hoping for a better life but instead ran in to struggle after struggle.
The first truth I will be talking about is that immigrants are generally responding to a strong and persistent demand that is built into the structure of post-industrial economies. What is meant by this is that there is a secondary market that immigrants are attracted to that the natives would not like doing, nor would last. These jobs are usually the jobs that are long hours and heavy labor, that pay much less. The immigrants come for these jobs to start a life here in the United States, but without those jobs, the immigrants would not migrate due to the risks involved. Some of these jobs include cleaning services, butchers, landscapers, construction workers, and many other higher labor jobs.
Refugees don’t choose to lead this life but instead are forced to. And as stated above, there is a silver lining to accepting refugees. The least anybody can do is to show them love and kindness and help them build better lives for themselves in contrast to turning a blind eye and pretending that everything will eventually go back to normal. As it appears to be, the situation does not seem likely to decrease in the foreseeable future, and this short-term thinking of various impacts it may have on the country may lead to bigger and longer-term problems for the local economy. Keeping refugees outside the borders of the country appears to be more expensive in the long run than taking them in and thus intensifies the tab for taxpayers.
I’ve also learned to love my family as I am away from home and genuinely listen to them as I see the Lakotas doing the same because they always listen to their elders or grandparents. I’ve learned that no matter how small or big the issue, no one should give up on their own life. Everyone is worth being a hero even if that is just caring for a child. There have been times at Belmont when I wanted to give up too, but especially after the Pine Ridge
I didn 't have the nicest things but I had the necessities which she could provide me with. My mother is what sparked the flame which drives me to want to help families in need. I don 't just want to help families in need, I want to help single mothers I want to build a shelter which helps single mothers on their feet. Im going to continue setting my standards high in hopes that I inspire someone to pursue their dreams. I hope to leave a long lasting impact on my community.
Having food on the table, a roof over your head, and a job to make ends meet. It is a basic human right. We live in a global era where all people need one another to survive and succeed. Immigrants bring diversity to the United States, along with their cultures, and skills, which help make us stronger as a nation. Without diversity in our society, we would be self-centered, which means we need immigrants.
I am willing to help in any way that I can to volunteer my time to help out the community and to help those in need. I volunteer at the food pantry, make Valentine’s cards for the nursing home, and collecting donations for The Heartbeat Center. The leadership pillar has shaped my development by becoming an excellent leader. I am willing to sacrifice my time to change other people’s lives. For example, I attended the Relay for Life meetings instead of spending time with my friends.
Community Service is the one activity I would continue to pursue, irrespective of age, life challenges and or economics. Pay-it-forward became my motto, when I conceived of what now is a running NGO, Karuna Charitable Trust (Karuna). To Karuna’s original mission, that of providing monetary help and professional training to uneducated widows from the underserved sections of society; make them self-reliant, today, I have added educating their children to its agenda. Having seen the power of true philanthropy, first-hand, I will continue to help, be it with service, guidance or money, the less advantaged, irrespective of geographical boundaries. (98 words) Every Friday, after classes, my school’s Music Room and my garage on Sunday afternoons, become platforms on which we, the Soaring Eagles, lose ourselves to the heart pumping sounds of percussion music, the sweet yet heavy sounds of the electric guitar, the reverberation of the mellow notes that flow from the piano; the mellifluous and catchy sounds of the songs that I sing.
The third advantage to this solution is that it will show these kids what a true house should look like. It give these kids a chance to be in a real household. You see with our solution our whole community benefits. Why not have a solution that will bring money and entertainment to our society. Not only would it do that but most of all give foster children that feeling of someone important in life.