When I was young, my parents were not always the most generous to those in need. Whenever we passed by a homeless person, we would almost never acknowledge them, acting as if they were invisible. They believed that everyone should
have to work forgain money, not to beg.
The reaction on the man's face was full of gratitude.The homeless man came back every few months to clean
ourthe restaurant's windows,
In high school, I am involved in a service club called Key Club, for which I am the current president. I strive to help others, even those who just need a few hands to help . I am inspired to give back to the community by volunteering at community organized festivals and fairs, the local library, and the Ronald McDonald House. Being in an environment where everyone is there to help people who are going through tougher times made me believe in the goodness of society. I embraced the Westernized view of putting time out of my day to help others . The experience in my parents' restaurant and my involvement with volunteering has shaped who I want to be in the future. I know that through helping others, I have the ability to make a difference in someone's life.
Do not repeat "to help". Use different sentences and words for conveying your ideas.Overall, it is a good work