All people are deserving of respect. This life lesson is very important. Without respect, people could be completely different. With respect, it gives people a sense to help others in need, and can he others and themselves stay happy. “When we treat people merely as they are, they will remain as they are.
I love coming together with other and show the service that I can give to others that may be going though the same situation that my family went though. I am very compassionate towards others that are just like my dad. Compassionate, to me, means to suffer though the same situation together. Being there for everyone and coming together as a
Also willing to do anything for your friend, even if it means sacrificing something of your own.” Friendship comes with many different “expected” responsibilities that many, like Lexi, associated with the word friendship. For example, you must listen to them when they pour their hearts out to you, must keep what they tell you a secret, and you are responsible to help them through right and wrong. Friendship in many ways is about learning to forgive and forget, but the true friends are worthy of a friendship that will last
My emotional strength is shown in my respectfulness.I was always told to treat peopple the way you wanted to be treated in the world. I am a very caring person, and you should not have to earn my respect if i haven 't me you. It is also hard to lose my respect, but when you do lose it its easy to gain back. Some people may not let you gain the respect back after you lost it. I most likely would depending on the
They understood the meaning of their suffering, and took responsibility for their freedoms. The purpose of Logotherapy, is to show people that they have the ability to hope. The ability seems simple, but so many forget that they can hope. They lose hope in their relationships, careers, futures, and lives. Viktor Frankl did not lose hope when he was imprisoned in the worst of conditions, because he knew that he still held the ability to make his life into what he wanted it to be, even if he had to do so on a smaller scale.
However, others feel that it's more of a connection we have among us no matter the age, or the ethnicity. Barbara Ascher’s idea that compassion must be learned it’s problematic because compassion a mixture of both innate sympathy and learning how to feel concern for others. Affection is a way to demonstrate compassion, but some people may
They want to live with each other’s interests and thoughts in mind, so that they can protect each other, and to know that there is someone who is protecting them and will always protect them. Given the harsh, lonely conditions that George and Lennie live, it isn’t a surprise that their friendship is idealized in such a way. Ultimately, however, the world is a harsh and brutal place to be able for them to sustain such a relationship with one another. George and Lennie, who come closest to achieving this ideal brotherhood, are sadly forced to separate from each other. With this, an incredible rare friendship between two individuals who were like brothers
The adversity that I have faced in my life is not something I look down upon. My challenges have pushed me to be the best person I can be and are the root of my success. High school has been an amazing, while also difficult, time for me. It seems like just yesterday I was walking in the doors for my first day of freshman year, unsure what to expect from the new environment. The opportunities that high school offer inspired me to take action and to become involved.
I think we should use it in everyday life by being good to others and doing good deeds because you never know when something good could happen to you. God always works in mysterious ways and i’ve found that a lot of times when you’ve did good things, he repays you for that. A lot of people have memories of how we treated them and that influences how they treat us, so it’s important for us to always be kind to others-especially if they’re kind to you. We should all work on being selfless and polite to others so we can be repaid for the good that we’ve
This helped me acknowledge I can be empathic with people in diverse circumstances without being judgemental. I also perceived that I appreciated attempting to help people by provoking their own instincts though solicitous but incisive questioning. I had a tough time with the uncomfortable silences while waiting for a reaction from the coachee, I feel I did not give enough time to the coachee to think about things before I went into other questions. Giving for reflection in the session is portrayed as being vital in coaching by Dembkowski, Eldridge, Hunter (2006, p. 49). “A moment of silence is often helpful for the client to dive into his emotions and think about a specific topic or circumstances.” From what I have practiced this statement is correct but it is very difficult to accomplish this as a new coach.
Now, I hesitate to use the word. Being an ally is not an identity. Rather, I define it more through the habits that make me an ally. My lifelong process of building relationships based on trust, consistently advocating for a cause and holding myself and others accountable is what defines an ally for me. I have learned that in social justice work where I have privilege and I am helping a marginalized group, I often approached the situation with an underlying savior complex.
Today, I am reminded of a saying: “there are places in the heart that do not exist, pain must be so that they may be”. In the past, I reasoned this saying to be a metaphor for compassion…that as we work through our pain, we become more connected and loving toward others. What I discovered is; that introspective examination assigning the meaning to pain and painful events is soul work while the work of connecting and loving others is a good but superficial start. In the book “Care of the Soul” Thomas Moore cites: "It’s important to be heroic, ambitious, productive, efficient, creative and progressive. But these qualities don’t necessarily nurture the soul.