expln why you initially chose it, why you continued with it, and how you benefited from it.
When I was in fifth grade, my teacher organized a class visit to Welfare House. It was first time for all of us. On our arrival, the Chairman welcomed us, made an introduction, then showed us about. There lived people of all ages. The aged with nobody to rely on chatted in the sunshine. In a room we did not get any word when informed the lady lying on the bed bad been a plant for ten years. In the hall we met many lovely kids. Like in kindergarten, they were painting, playing with transformers, or reading comics. It was hard to link them with orphans who were abandoned by their parents for their disability or deformation. While the kids assembled and choired for us with genuine and innocent smiles, I felt a great shock for the sympathy of their miserable destiny.
Touch long stayed in my mind and motivated my friends and me to visit the place when I was in high school. Kids were always angels of happiness to whom we told stories and with whom we played games. Moreover, I spent more time with the elderly than that of the first time, for a teenager could understand what a grandpa's thought and was more willing to hear a grandma's story. That afternoon we talked about many topics in life, and I found what they really need is someone to talk with, to care for, and to take care of them with love.
One year later witnessed another warm get-together; nevertheless, I realized for minority groups care from society could never be too much, while for us the visits are far from adequate to contribute. We should sense the world as it is, make a difference in daily life, and to care for everyone around. Yes, we should.
couldnt be more appreciated~