Living The Values. In Our Daily Lives, Our Values Come Through in Our Interaction With Others. Charity Is the Bond That Holds All of Our Values Together. Service of the Poor. Dedication. Reverence. Creativity. Integrity. Wisdom.
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Service of the Poor
Love & Belonging: Giving/Receiving/Affection
Safety: security /
Freedom from Fear
Physiological: Shelter/ Hunger /Comfort
Think about a situation in which someone (including yourself) helped someone who was struggling i.e. a family member, friend, peer, neighbor,or member of your church. Write this down (generically) for discussion with your group.
Reflect on someone you know currently who is struggling; and identify something you can do to assist that person; no matter how big or how small. Write it down. Then fold up your paper, write the word “Dedication” on it, and put it in your pocket or planner.
Service of the Poor - helping our afflicted party
Reverence - respecting who that person is in designing our plan
Integrity - designing a plan that is ethical/moral and in tune with ourselves and our afflicted party
Wisdom - drawing on our past experiences, education, afflicted party's experience/education
Creativity - designing a plan unique to ourselves not bound by the limits of precedence/"normalcy"
Dedication - committing to the completion to our plan so that it comes to fruition