What Volunteering Is Really Like

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When someone volunteers, what comes first into your mind? Is it an act of kindness? Or is it an act of responsibility? Is it helping others get back up? Or is it helping yourself get back up?

No matter the reason, volunteering is something done by a person who has a cause. Be it a cause for the abandoned elders or a cause for the orphaned children, a person volunteering is there to cheer them up and put smiles on their faces. Be it a cause for the homeless people or a cause for the sick people, a person volunteering is there to give them hope and put faith in their hearts.

But you know what? There’s more to volunteering than just cheering the abandoned elders up and putting smiles on the orphaned children’s faces. There’s more to volunteering than just giving people the homeless people hope and putting faith in the sick people’s hearts. And it’s all because volunteering is one way to express yourself in ways that you never thought possible. It’s also one way to express your feelings in ways like no other. It’s even one way to express your opinions in ways like never before.

You see, volunteering is a matter of one’s self where you get to learn more about who you really are and what you’re truly capable of. You also see, volunteering is a matter of one’s heart where you get to know more about what you’re really passionate about. You even see, volunteering is a matter of one’s mind where you get to learn more about what you’re truly fighting for.

And yes – all these and more by helping others. Because at the end of the day, all that matters is how you get to learn more about who you really are and what you’re truly capable of in the eyes of those you’ve helped. Because at the end of the day, all that matters is how you get to know more about what you’re truly passionate about in the hearts of those people you’ve helped. Because at the end of the day, all that matters is how you get to learn more about you’re truly fighting for in the minds of those people you’ve helped.

That’s what volunteering is. Our eyes becoming others’ eyes. That’s what volunteering is like. Our hearts becoming others’ hearts. That’s what volunteering is really like. Our minds becoming others’ minds. Most of all, that’s what volunteering is all about – us becoming them and them becoming us, in soul that is full of hope and in spirit that is full of faith.

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