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Live to Give Course 2 Middle School 6.4

Mindset in Future Life
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7 Mindsets Academy

on 8 April 2017

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Transcript of Live to Give Course 2 Middle School 6.4

Live to Give
“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.”

Teddy Roosevelt
Mindset in Future Life
Video
Kenzie became aware of a need when looking at the statistics for hunger in her town and decided to do something about it. What need have you seen in your town or community?
Applying it to Your Life
Any final comments or questions?
Who would like to share what they wrote?
Kenzie says that it feels good to help others. Why do you think this is true?
Some who were served through the Food Pantry later became volunteers, and this created a cycle of giving. How do you think it makes these volunteers feel when they are able to give back to a place that helped them? Do you think they are more likely to continue their service than other volunteers?
Kenzie has a lot of support from volunteers including her mother and father. Do we all benefit from the support of others to extend our reach? Can you think of an example of others supporting you to multiply your impact?
Respond to the questions about how you will document and present your Live to Give Project.
Journal Activity #24
Challenge
Be authentic to the person you are, and find ways to live your passion in everyday life.
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