Her big concern at that time was her contribution to poverty, labor, justice, civil liberties, and disarmament. Those lost souls as they were referred to, were in need of God’s light and scriptural word, especially in the midst of a world embraced by hatred and corruption rather than love and peace. In today’s world looking out that same window, though we live in a different time frame, what she saw then is still going on in much the same way in respect to hatred and corruption. Dorothy insisted on hospitality which meant more than serving a meal, offering a bed or opening a door. It meant opening one’s heart to the needs of others.
the bible teaches us to forgive others as we would want God to forgive us. But we are also taught in one of the greatest commandments to love our neighbor as we would love ourselves. And what better way to show our love, by supporting them in harsh times and providind a body to lean on. Additionally, Christians should also acknowledge global poverty by action and activity- getting to our feet, going out and doing something to change the world. Certainly it is our duty to pray for the poor but there is so much more that we can do to help.
In “The Story of a Mother,” after having lost her child to illness, a mother goes through several obstacles in an attempt to reunite with her lost child. The writer puts the mother through all these trails to show her selflessness and desperation to the readers, some of whom had to go through a similar struggle with the loss of a child. In the end the bleeding and blind mother decides to leave her child in deaths garden so it might have a chance at beautiful afterlife. This story teaches the lesson to not kill yourself, in an attempt change the unchangeable. Not being able to give her child the wonderful life on earth, the mother finds comfort in leaving the child in God’s care.
Mrs. Sommer has sacrificed too much for her family and this is just a little bit that she could enjoy. Apparently Mrs. Sommer doesn’t want to abandon her family neither abandon her personal identity while fulfilling the role of a wife and a mother. The story's ambiguous ending suggests that the struggle is one that continues to be encountered by women. Most of the mother always sacrificed for their family and they barely
Maghiro Jacinta Personal Philosophy of Nursing This is a philosophy of nursing that reflects the beliefs and values of Jacinta Maghiro. Today’s date is May 18, 2015 I chose nursing as my profession because I like to help people in need and nursing is about helping and caring for people who are in need. My passion for nursing began after the delivery of my last child. I was very sick and helpless but the way the nurses cared for me gave me hope and strength to go on. I felt that I could give help in return to those individuals who needed help and had no one to care for them at desperate times when they were sick.
Showing compassion and caring for others are key components in mission statements of daycares and nursing homes, assisted living facilities and schools. Most nurses possess this value and are called to choose this career to satisfy their own unselfish need to help others Reverencing all of Creation is more pronounced in certain regions of the world. This value, for many people, is an extremely hard of the value to adopt. Growing up in the generation of respecting your elders, loving your neighbor and sharing of your possessions made this an easier value to learn than today's world. The world today has so many material items that taunt people into thinking they have a need for all of them, an a need to have more than their neighbor, more than
I was continually drained mentally and felt weak and out of it physically. I had a hard time thinking straight, putting together cohesive thoughts. I was very melancholy. Reading the definition for distress, I really think that is where I was. I had this happen a few years later when I was in a job I did not like, with a boss I did not like.
She baked bread for her father and attended her ailing mother day by day. Actually, Emily was busy in her daily life. Therefore, “death” in this poem seems indicated her love affection, it is also related to her love experiences in her life. “Death” seems equal to “Love” in this poem. On one hand, Dickinson experienced unforgettable love but all to die in the end.
Through her example, she has showed me the importance of helping others whenever possible. She ignited my drive to become a more selfless person and help others whenever I can. Because of her, I strive to be more considerate of those around me and value the importance of friendship and community. My grandmother is the incarnation of a selfless, nurturing and hospitable woman. She has always put everybody else’s needs before her own.
Her continuous help to the suffering humanity reflected the actions of Jesus. Furthermore she is recognised for her indefatigable commitment to aiding the poorest communities throughout the world, but mainly in the slums of Calcutta. From an early age, Mother Teresa knew her calling was to dedicate her life to God and others within the society. The inception of her first calling was at the age of nine when her father passed away. As a result of this tragedy, Mother Teresa became extraordinarily close to her mother, a pious and compassionate woman who instilled in her daughter a deep commitment to charity.