Then I’ve learned to always pray for God and trust myself that I can do what I want with Him. I’ve also learned to go with the flow in life because it is the God’s plan for us. And always remember our family will always support us even if it is good or bad. 2. “Enjoy the little
Schultze encourages us to live prayerfully by beginning to pray at normal appropriate times such as before bed and before meals. We then grow spiritually and can pray in all situations. Prayer has proven to work in my life so it will be a concept I will continue to
You see, the human brain is actually wired to be generous and amiable to others because, without other human beings, no one would be able to learn, act, and survive as a human being. Making friends, trusting others and being able to have others trust you, is the only way to survive, and having the ability to empathise with another person, have concern for their well-being, understand them and what they’re going through, especially if you’re both hurting and suffering, can cause you to
He goes on to note that this personality type is lead to “pursue the theoretical and accomplish most goals by which academic achievement is measured” (Kroeger, 2002). This is also true for my life as I find myself always looking for new ways to study and learn, seeking more education. The last break I took from attending school was spent exploring what other avenues of education were open to me and the possibilities of branching out into other areas of study. The intuitive part of my personality holds well in my vocation as well, as pastor and counselor, working with people who are hurting that may not even know why they are where they are.
By getting the role of a guardian I began to think that I would be good with working with children due to that I plan on looking into an education or nursing career. The results that I received from the Jung Typology test made me open my eyes and is causing me to explore different career
I’m just a dreamer who has one simple belief that every man should be able to profess their faith without fear of persecution. That was my goal and it is an honor to see my foundation has stood strong throughout the years I only hope it will continue to flourish as it
I’ve come to find out that I have a strong hatred for Heart of Darkness because of the more than complex frame shifts and a love for Withering Heights because it was the first book I could get through without developing a hatred for every character in the book. I learned about relating books to life that was happening around me. I’ve learned how to incorporate my learning into something I could take with me for the rest of my life. The experiences that happened in AP English not only broadened my horizon when it came to literacy but it also helped me develop my own character. I went soul searching to find out what I really did like about english.
I should use my freedoms properly, not for the benefit of myself only, but for the benefit of my country as a whole. I should use any skills that I may have in a way that can be of help to those in need. And most importantly, I should practice my freedom of religion as a way to spread God’s Word throughout the nation, leading as many people to Him as I possibly can. This is my responsibility to
I thought it would be a really good reflection if I discover my rootedness on what I do. And so I started my prayer period begging for the “grace of deep gratitude for the Father’s love” and to “be moved, as the Father’s beloved child, to live, love, and serve with joy.” I spent quite a lot of time thinking about what specific things I do to serve others and why I do these things. For every specific way of service to others I could think of, I tried to reflect and trace back these acts to the very cause of why I do it. At first, it was quite frustrating when I really couldn’t trace these acts of service to their cause.
I think that this motto represents my family very well. Whenever a member of my family is struggling or doesn’t know what to do, they are reminded that if they keep their trust in God then they will be guided and led down a steady path. My family is very passionate and ambitious about things that we do. When my family puts their mind to something and want to do it they will. Examples of this is Micah’s academics, Asa’s music, my mother’s singing, and my father teaching about the bible.
When I am able to bring others into my personal prayer life I will begin to grow in my personal relationship with God. Something that inspired me was how Dr. Choi said that “when you become content you’ll know what you are supposed to be doing”. This inspires me because it reaffirms my belief that whatever God has called me to, I will
Another virtue I have learned is the value of my faith. In religion class and from my parents, I have learned the importance of God. God will always have my back and wants what is best for me.
Some of these things include: Will I be able to overcome the past failures in my life to complete my degree (Mastery in Arts of Counseling), will I have the self-esteem to be able to perform the tasks the career has entailed for me, and will I be able to uphold my contract as a learner of the Christian teachings, so that I may be there for the people that need my help with their struggles. Something that I will do differently as I travel down the college pathway is that I will prepare better, keeping my mind progressive and clean so that my time is better managed. I will also incorporate all the aspects of my life in to one learning experience , in other words I will try to connect my time at working at the food pantry, going to school, interacting with the media, and attending church. I enjoyed the video that was assigned to us regarding Andy Stanley’s lecture on choosing the path of the wisest choice.
Personal Code of Ethics Personal Values and Principals • Unbiased Attitude Towards Others • Honesty • Loyalty • Compassion • Patience • Advocacy • Respect for Others Personal Ethics Unbiased Attitude Towards Others Having an unbiased opinion towards others is the foundation to living a good balanced life. If you have unassumed oppinions about others it will be easier to live a more peaceful, happy, respectful life. I will always encourage my son with Autism to believe in himself and always look at people with an open mind and attitude. I would expect him to do that, as I expect others to look upon him in the same light. While I understand that this might be difficult of others to do, I need to be able to set a great example of how to live