Making a Difference In July 2014, Jarrett J. Krosoczka gave a speech titled “Why Lunch Ladies are Heroes,” during which, he talks about thanking school lunch staffs. He tells the audience how they often feel unappreciated and unimportant. This speech was given at a ted conference to many entrepreneurs and adults. Even though many in the room were older, he aims to reach all audiences. His main goal is to encourage people of all ages to acknowledge their lunch staff.
The Holy Apostle church is a place that welcomes all people, which is hard to find these days. They feed the hungry every week day, and haven’t missed a day for over 25 years, even after a fire almost burnt down the church. They served 943 meals that day, it is amazing how demined people can be to help others.
“ ‘We have to help him’ ” (Alexie 11), refers to this. In NJHS, we would help as many people as we could from getting them presents for Christmas to cooking them food. Every time we would help anyone, I hope that they feel as good or better than I do helping them.They normally do, and sometimes you get lucky to see their reaction. I am positively influenced by hope daily too. Everyday, I hope that everything goes well.
Imagine walking down the street on an early morning heading towards your favorite coffee shop. As you walk down the street greeting the same people you see every day on your route, the mailman, the salesman, and your all-time favorite James, the florist who is always kind to you. Finally, you reach your destination, order a frappe, and take a seat to watch the morning news. The usual is on Trump, Isis, and all things wrong in the world, so you start to zone out until the newscast says something about the notorious serial killer they’ve been trying to ID for months. Apparently, one of the victims survived and a sketch was acquired.
The beer was changed to water and, thousands of water cans got distributed. The commercial shows workers back at their homes in the morning and story on the news about their overnight labor. The workers did not ask for recognition, they put their lives aside to help other people then went back to living their lives. That is living the American dream. Through the emotions of this effective commercial the producer wants viewers to be interested and see what the American dream
When reading this excerpt from Fr. Arrupe, the Prayer for Generosity immediately begins to ring in my head. Each morning at 8:00, I would stand in unison with my peers and speak these words, only to later understand the greater meaning behind them. “To give and not to count the cost,” - this particular line comes to mind when I recall what it means to be men and women with and for others. This ideal of true altruism suggests that one performs tasks for others without seeking praise, reward, or acknowledgement.
Especially, because he had some knowledge of reading and writing. The family came by every day that week to sign papers, and finally on Friday, they adopted their kid, and you won’t believe who they adopted… they adopted Pete! Everyone was really happy for him, but Hayes wished it could of been him. He wanted a family. Pete would come and visit a lot and tell everyone about his family.
The America I Believe In I think almost every day that everyone should have a right to learn and share our ideas; in other countries they don’t let you have your opinions, they would say, “Your opinions don’t matter.” Every year on Veteran’s Day we honor our veterans; I don’t know about other countries that honor their veterans or their soldiers, but I know we do. Every morning it makes my day to walk into my classroom in the morning and say, “I pledge allegiance, to the flag of the United States of America.” My belief in America is we should honor our veterans, have freedom of speech/ideas, and saying the pledge allegiance. Veterans Day is on November 11th, which is only one day. I think that we should celebrate and honor our veterans everyday. Our veterans and soldiers did so much for us, and they died for us.
I 've always considered all community experiences, clinical or nonclinical, to be meaningful; if not, I don 't think there would not be much of an actual desire to participate. While I cannot say which is more meaningful, I can discuss my most recent experience within the community which involved working with the Habitat for Humanity. We spent a majority of the day meeting and greeting the community; throughout the day we distributed food, participated in games and various activities. It was a memorable experience witnessing how both adults and children interacted and aided our efforts, ultimately, reminding me of the close knit community that I grew alongside. This experience itself was very meaningful as it highlighted the benefits and
Every little smile can touch somebody’s heart. No one is born happy, but all of us are born with the ability to create happiness. A very good morning to master toastmasters, fellow toastmasters and the evaluators. I am sure that you have heard the expression, smile and the world will smile with you. .i really believe this to be true..with a little bit of my personal experiences, i would like to tell you why we should keep smiling.