It takes an even more special type of person to have enough love and patience to work with children society calls “not normal.’ She will give her last to those in need. She has influenced me to be just as giving and loving to others. She makes the biggest problem seem so small and she helps take the worry away. If more people acted like Patricia the world would be a much better
Midterm Part III: Catherine McCauley Essay 200 years from present day, Catherine McCauley found a passion for helping those who are left helpless and impoverished. She used compassion and her sense of duty to found the Sisters of Mercy and change the lives of a multitude of people around the globe. Founder of a plethora of Mercy schools, Catherine never faltered in her mission to provide those in need with the amount of faith and virtue that was essential in bringing hope to those she touched. Catherine McCauley first used zeal to apply her passion to her mission.
However, my favorite volunteering experience was getting to be a “Buddy for Special Olympics”. I was paired with a young girl named Kara with Down Syndrome and the biggest appreciation for life. I walked her to each of her events and cheered her on from the sideline. Even when she didn’t technically win she was so grateful for the opportunity to compete. She gave me a different outlook on life and taught me how to be grateful for every opportunity that comes
The Most Influential Woman of Her Time “You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right.” , Rosa Parks strongly stated. She truly believed in this and followed it to her own success as well as the success in the country. Her childhood impacted her future.(Simple) The bus boycott supplied new actions for the country and Rosa.
She’s a great role model because of how she supports everyone and lifts people up. She taught me that if you really want something then you can get it if you work hard enough. For example, she really wanted to coach JV softball, so she balanced her jobs, family, and relationship to come and coach. She wanted to give us a great experience because that is what she got when she was at Fruitland. You could tell that she loved working with younger girls because of how supportive she was.
This relationship clearly shows that Sang Ly may be poor but she is much more of a loving mother than a poor housewife. In “The Rent Collector”, Sang Ly comes back from the healer and everything is stolen but since everyone knows how much of a caring person she is they all chip in to help her out. “Mother, Nisay, Tera Mao, and I are organizing out home, and, before my eyes, friendship is soothing the sting of injury.” It is evident that everyone loves Sang Ly since they are helping her out in a time of need. “And do not worry about the things you lost.
Through her steadily growing friendship with Mariam, Laila not only becomes happy in having a friend and mother figure, but she also begins to understand the sacrifices that are necessary to be a good mother by following Mariam's example. Mariam sacrificed her life to save Lailas. The human spirit is important because it is really the spirit that gives life to the soul and body. The spirit puts the power and truth to the body, so that it works as it is supposed to.
Even though Sye has never attended a day care, she has always had the ability to make friends her age and is very comfortable around adults. During her first two years of school, Sye developed a tendency to stick around the adults or teachers during school and social events. Sye’s mom has stated numerous times, “I truly think she wants to be an adult already” while laughing. During her second grade school year, Sye became better about running around the playground with her friends and not sticking next to the teachers. I have never see a kid with so many great mannerisms.
Eunice displayed more tenacity towards the individuals she was working with than most people, especially at Camp Shriver, a self-run summer camp. Giving her own time to work as a coach, mentor, and teacher, Eunice showed patience and a loving nature. Her younger sister, Jean, once stated, "Eunice, a natural leader, was particularly gentle" (Smith 149). Growing up in a very athletic family and excelling in most sports put Eunice in the position
She works with mandated clients they are individuals who are required by some governmental agency for example the courts, department of probation,child welfare to seek treatment( Social Work Policy and Practice 44). Also, Ms.Connie said some positives things about being a social worker is that she is able to help people that are struggling. And, just to get people by with everyday needs, like food, power, water,and survival items to support there family. Some negative aspects she said that it can be taxing on you mentally and physically listening to people 's struggles and trying to help them day after day for them to live a better life then they were
In the midst of a terrible time of war between Loyalists and Patriots, sixteen year old Sybil Ludington helped save the lives of her family and fellow Patriot citizens. The British were trying to take over the city of Danbury, but this young, brave girl took matters into her own hands, assisting in ways no one would have imagined. Sybil, the daughter of Colonel Henry Ludington, stood her ground to protect her family and city. With a reward on his head, the British were trying to capture the Colonel, who was a Patriot and the commander of the local militia. Being warned by her sister that men were charging toward their house, Sybil quickly took action fearing that the British would attack once they discovered her father was not home.
Ascher’s juxtaposition between Compassion & Fear Barbara Lazear Ascher, in “On Compassion” Gave two scenarios in which a woman gave a homeless man money when he had stared down the lady and her baby, questioning whether the offering was out of fear or compassion. Ascher then gives another scenario where a homeless man walks into a bread shop silently inside the shop. Moments later a french woman walks out of the kitchen with a hot cup a coffee and food to give to him. Ascher then questioned if the french woman gave the man food out of her heart or she just wanted him out. Out of fear of disturbing her customers and losing sales.
Something that contributes to how I define myself is the babysitter I had as a child. Her name was Janina Kolanek, we called her Jean, and she was a polish immigrant. She taught me a whole load of life lessons, both directly and indirectly, that shaped me into the person I am today. Jean didn’t necessarily have the best life. She was a prisoner of war in the Holocaust as a child and she never saw her family again after that.
Sampson Paquette Professor Edwards ENGL101C 9-13-2016 The Dance The essay: “Silent Dancing” By Judith Ortiz Cofer reflects on the transitional period in her life where herself and her immediate family made the move from Puerto Rico to the Big Apple, otherwise known as New York city. The timeline for the essay was set in the 1950’s where cultural fusion and blatant racism ran rampant in the streets.
Although Mother to Son by Langston Hughes and We Real Cool by Gwendolyn Brooks take two opposing views on life, they effectively explain the importance of living life lawfully, ethically, and dedicatedly. The first poem illustrates what happens when caution is used, while the other warns against what happens when it is not used. Lawful living is an integral part of these poems' themes. Petty crimes lead to loss of morality, as in We Real Cool. Without a sense of morality, there is no low to the depths that one can reach.