On my dad’s side of the family, my grandmothers along with grandfathers always told me that I need to respect others. Even if it was just thanking someone for their generosity or taking a plate to one of elders that can’t walk or see. I’m not saying just for the reason that I’m Native American that is the only reason I am respectful, but it’s just how I hold myself. And that is how Native Americans hold themselves. Native Americans were always told to be respectful to their elders.
I always give respect to all my superiors and my classmates, I always respect their decisions, and I respect all my teachers. If any of my friends are sad I become concerned, and try my best to help then with it. I am courtesy, I am always polite towards everyone, I never try to be rude to people, I say “ yes mama”, “ No mama”, “yes sir”, “ No sir”, and please and thank you”. Third, I consistently exemplify desirable qualities and behavior. I am always friendly to new and old people who got to school in NEMS.
I was assigned to a family who are very caring and giving regardless of their social class. Reflecting on this trip, a propensity to be concerned is ideal because it is evidence that one desires to be involved in helping those who are in need. Therefore, in order to shun the culture of indifference, I have to frequently exercise not only sympathy but also empathy and generosity with everyone who surrounds me. Definitely, this exposure trip has taught me how to love with no standards and to appreciate with what you and others
TEMIMA MAYER LIFE ORIENTATION MISSION STATEMENT AND PERSONAL PHILOSPHY PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT: I aim to live my life with integrity, respect and acceptance in order to be a positive force in the lives of others, without compromising myself. I hope to achieve this with a positive outlook on life, making the most of each moment. I realise there is more to people than what meets the eye and I hope to dig a little deeper to find the beauty that lies within them.
All humans deserve respect and the same equal opportunities no matter of their heritages, values, and customs. This is a critical skill to have when working within a diversity of people. As a social worker you need to be fair and impartial with your clients. I believe I will be able to exercise my skills as a social
Loyalty: I have a great appreciation for people who can be consistently supportive, especially towards me, so I do my best to return the favor. 6. Honesty: I was raised to be an upright and honest person. Also, in most cases it is hurtful to find out that you have been lied to, and I do not want to cause others to feel that way. 7.
I know I can trust my Dad in any situation small or big. He is my hero. My sister is a big part of my life she has always been there for me and whether or not she knows it I look up to her. She always has my back and I know I can talk to her about anything.
I love both my parents equally and always have. They made a choice that they thought was best for me. I do not disagree with what they did. Telling people that my parents are separated usually results in an awkward expression, indicating that they want to change the subject of the conversation. I’ve learned to make them aware that my mother and fathers break up was a
In my growing up, my parents did not hesitate to elaborate for me all the “does and donts” that the society acknowledged. Apart from respecting others and showing love to all people based on my parents ' behaviors concerning the same, it was wrong and unacceptable to engage in wrong deeds and activities. Insulting other children and beating them without any substantial explanation was met with thorough beatings and punishments ranging from sleeping without food to executing some of the demanding house chores. It is from such a point I came to realize that doing the right thing is not deliberate rather, a mandatory thing worth time and attention. It is true that social awareness adds up to the comprehension of ethics.
It was easy for me to get accustomed to the Army Values, because my mother raised me with those values. As I grew in my Military career, I realized that integrity is my top value because it ca be incorporated into all other values. When others see me doing the right thing even when I think no one is watching, it encourages them to follow. When I have integrity in my work, I know I am showing my duty, and even respect in my work and myself. This belief is helpful when counseling subordinates for doing something wrong and not hearing “but you do it too Sergeant”.
The agency integrity has always been honest, trustworthy and incorruptible they have always adhered to a strict code of moral conduct. They pay attention to detail and strive to provide their consumers with the highest quality of education and treatment with continuous improvement in the delivery of their services. The Addiction Services Council goal is to treat their consumers with compassion to respect their cultural differences and to always provide support and encouragement to their clients. The Addiction Services Council greatest strength is that they never turn anyone away from receiving services from them.
It exists when all people share a common humanity and therefore have a right to equitable treatment, support for their human rights and a fair allocation of community resources. Depending on what the counselor’s beliefs are they have to be able to empathize. As a counselor our standards may play a critical role for us, as they provide our profession with a strong sense of where we have been, who we are and where we are
Respect is a big part of our lives still. Although the presence of many of the virtuous Native American values is very meager today, this one still exists as a miniscule glimmer across our lives. One must have respect for others to first have respect for themselves. You make a choice of how people will see you: as a incorrigible person, or as a respectful person. People will usually treat you accordingly.
I focus on my personal philosophy of social welfare when answering this question, leading me to consider my value, skill and knowledge as a social worker as it complements my personal social welfare philosophy. My value as a social worker, which includes my social welfare philosophy, is nothing short of a social workers’ Code of Ethics which are: service, social justice, dignity, worth of the individual, integrity and competence. If I am to use my personal philosophy of social welfare to initiate a discussion about Toni’s situation in a manner that will show that I am presenting my initial response to a team meeting composed of my peers in HSRV 201, I will begin by stressing on service to humanity which is one of the pivotal points in social