Here are some of the reasons why our volunteers give their time at Grand River HospitalБ 1) To Бgive backБ to the KW community. I feel a great sense of satisfaction in contributing my time, as well as enjoying the camaraderie of fellow volunteers! 2) I do it because it makes me feel good! I believe that any act of kindness, whether it's a smile, a hug, giving a few hours every week helping someone who needs a boost through volunteering, whatever the act, creates a 'ripple effect' and these good vibes come back to us 10-fold, every time. 3) I volunteer because cancer has touched my family and I feel it is the best way to thank all of the other volunteers and staff who have helped those close to me. 4) I believe that what I am doing will make a difference with the person I am helping in the
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The USA is known asP the land of the free, but what exactly does that mean? SomePJapanese commenters recently discussed thisPonline, and their answers were unique. Before we get started, let s put a big old disclaimer right here: These comments do not necessarily reflect the opinion of anyone at RocketNews24 nor are they necessarily the general feeling of people in Japan. It s clearPthat quite a few of these commentersPonly know about the USA in broad, incredibly stereotypical strokes, soPlet s take these comments with a pinch of salt and in good humor. So why, then, are we presenting these comments? Well, for one thing, it s always fascinating to see how other people view you (a fair number of writers here at RN24 are from the USA) and to see how their vision matches your own. Another
I agree to majority of the viewers that Rizal s subject may be boring especially if the teacher cannot teach the subject with passion. When I was a student, I passed the subject just to complete the requirements. But later on at the age of forty, I enjoyed reading El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere. Maybe now that I am mature, I can easily understand his perspective for the love of Filipino people. I can easily imagine how he described the importance of Ilog Pasig and the beautiful houses along the river. Rizal described that we have a rich tradition, culture, industries, and commerce. Before the Spanish came to Philippines, we have our own commerce and industries and the Spanish changed this to slavery. They taught us bad practices like false religious practices, gambling, confession,
Whales and Dolphins are just like us. Like us, whales and dolphins are intelligent beings, capable of feeling joy and suffering pain. Like us, they live in complex social groups, pass on culture through generations, engage in play and even grieve the loss of family and friends. Understanding and appreciating this social complexity is essential to ensure that whale and dolphin populations not only survive, but thrive. We need to save whales to save the planet. Planet Earth needs healthy oceans. And healthy oceans need whales. It is not enough to conserve vulnerable species. We need to restore their ocean environment and allow populations to recover to levels that existed before industrial scale whaling and fishing devastated the oceans. These reasons are at the heart of WDC. We are working
formally known as somniloquy, is a sleep disorder defined as talking during sleep without being aware of it. Sleep talking can involve complicated dialogues or monologues, complete gibberish or mumbling. The good news is that for most people it is a rare and short-lived occurrence. Anyone can experience sleep talking, but the condition is more common in males and children. Sleep-talkers are not typically aware of their behaviors or speech; therefore their voices and the type of language they use may sound different from their wakeful speech. Sleep talking may be spontaneous or induced by conversation with the sleeper. Little is known about the content of the sleep talking: some talking makes no sense at all and some of it may relate to past events, experiences, and relationships that no
The gay marriage debate casts a light on a wide variety of issues that are relevant to the sociology student. Fundamentally, this is a debate about our values, about the role of religion and government in our society, and about definitions of family. P Where you come down on the question of gay marriage depends on how you look at each of these issues. Proponents of gay marriage frame the issue in terms of equal rights. P They argue that to exclude gay couples from the legal benefits of marriage is a violation of civil rights; they argue that allowing religious groups to control what couples may or may not get married violates the separation of church and state. ...
All living things depend on trees directly or indirectly. Our beautiful planet Earth would not survive without trees. Life as we know it would not exist without trees. This shows the importance of trees to our lives. We humans who heavily depend on trees do not realize that we are threatening our very existence when we go cutting down trees, may it be for necessary, or selfish needs. Some of us do not stop to think how our actions are destroying the planet Earth, our home. Deforestation at the current rate would soon leave our mother Earth a barren and desolate place. Hence, going green by protecting and planting trees is essential for our existence. As we emphasize on the need for saving trees, here are five reasons why we need to protect trees. Trees provide vital oxygen Trees, like
There is no such thing as a Stupid Question! Don t be embarrassed of your curiosity, everyone has questions that they may feel uncomfortable asking certain people, so this place gives you a nice area not to be judged about asking it. Everyone here is willing to help. All questions are welcome such as to how to change oil, to how to tie shoes. All questions are welcome - except clear trolls, please don t be that guy. Thanks for reading all of this, even if you didn t read all of this, and your eye started somewhere else have a cookie. Related subreddits: (Why do people. ) This subreddit was inspired by thread and more specifically, comment. All direct answers to a post must make a genuine attempt to answer the question. Joke responses at the parent-level will be removed. Follow-up
Homework has been the bane of kids for generations. though it is not the norm in every country. A burden on all those who participate in the miserable process then why is so much effort put into it? A recent study declared that homework does not add much value to student achievement. This may be a great study to quote in arguing against homework, but teachers, students and parents know that this is the one process that binds the child to their work, and the parents to the school. There is much that is achieved via the process of homework. Homework is supposed to work for the student it is an act of reflection on the day s learning at school. Many students do not absorb learning rapidly, it gives them a chance to reprise at their own pace. Some are too hyperactive at school to really have