Through the course of his treatments and convalescence I have learned that listening and the understanding of the condition, greater outweighs the physical act of recovery. This has provided me with the skills to become a more confident, care-provider and teacher to make any child succeed. Currently I am undergoing training to become a Friendship Volunteer for Independent Age. Again, this I hope underlines qualities that I have. I also possess excellent communication skills, I am a good listener and I can understand and share the feelings of others.
My personal belief is that our differences are the things that bring us closer together, having a contrasting character makes you stand out. We each shape our own destiny and to take advantage of any situation in our lives, we have to view the different perspectives life gives us. Each person has a part in the shaping of others destiny’s. I always try to stay positive and encourage people to do the same, this way we encourage happiness. To serve others you need a favorable character, which I believe I posses.
This quote directly represents how I feel educating is important to one's self-improvement and the improvement of the work around them. It is crucial for a person to always keep learning, its what develops the brain, helps to form our character and it is a privilege that not all people are able to get. it is when we stop learning and educating ourselves out body becomes a useless vessel. But education can't help build a better future without action, one of my personal goals is to help people, inspire them and make their lives better. I was lucky enough to have a chance of getting an education, having food on my plate and a roof over my head in order for me to become who I am today.
Each soul born into this life affects people and makes contributions in their sphere of influence. While some people contribute in positive ways striving each day to be kind, caring for others and upholding high morals and standards of society, others seem destined to pass each day hurting people while breaking society's written and unwritten rules for behavior. Free will gives people the capacity to make daily decisions that will determine their destiny and allows people to choose “good over evil.” The idea of free will is also known as tishmel, a Hebrew word meaning “Thou mayest” choose. Tishmel is a significant word to humankind because it offers hope of redemption for all souls. This idea, found in the Bible, is not a promise or an order
He believes we all can “live a life of purpose, significatiance, and happiness”. In his book Leave Better Than Found he explains the importance of positive mental attitude, random acts of kindness, productivity and procrastination just to name a few. We can all grow in wisdom if we are willing to work. The biggest thing I took away from LBTF was PMA and it concepts. By having a PMA, or positive mental attitude, Taylor Jansen is telling us that we have to stay positive through the good times and the bad.
That impacted my life because it shows an example that we have to appreciate life more and to retain our tradition to the fullest. My ancestors will help us figure out the wrongdoings in life and will let the spiritual healer by recalling the message to affected families. Spirituality is very common in my culture and it’s known as one of the most powerful remedies to gather each of us to move forward and celebrate our
I realized that I should try to live the the simple, joyful life my grandpa had lived. Also, I realized that I should start living in the moment, and try to be kinder to others. I believe the rite of passage I experienced was very important because it led me to try to live my life as a better person. Rites of passages are extremely important in developing someone into a better person because they gain much knowledge from their experience. Rites of passage is also important because it is crucial to our development as human beings.
The tree of life is a symbol of a fresh start of life, positive energy, good health, and a bright future. We learn more about the truth of life as we change into a better person. We tell the truth even if that hurts the person we love. But we sometimes do not tell the whole truth because we do not want to hurt the person even more than she or he is already hurt. In my life, I have lived, I have loved, I have missed, I have lost, I have hurt, I have trusted, I have made a lot of mistakes, but most of all, I have
With the help of Bertrand Russell's essay What I Have Lived For, I have finally came to the conclusion of what I live for. I live for love, the kind of love I feel not only for my lover but the kind of love you feel for all people in general. I live for the future, to work for a better future than my past. Lastly, I live to make a difference, not necessarily a big difference but just to have a small impact on someone's life. Brentrand and I have many differences in what we live for.
Experiencing peer pressure is a way to learn how to overcome pressure and to discover ourselves. We can not become perfect, but we definitely become stronger, more confident and are willing to cope with difficulties. Exposure to peer pressure also gives us an opportunity to think about other people’s outlooks towards life. It is a chance for us to choose the best from what the masses do as well as lead us to make right choices in life. To minimize the bad effects of peer pressure, parential involvement plays a very important part – it promote healthy behaviors and decrease the chance to engage in risky behavior.