Health Care Today : Better Tomorrow Essay

1319 Words Jun 14th, 2015 6 Pages
Health Care Today: Better Tomorrow

Even though some people find the "Catholic Way" far too restrictive, controlling, and not in step with today 's world, and even if some in my community and my own family share the same feeling, I choose to practice Catholicism and the values it teaches. For as long as I remember, being Catholic and practicing Christian values have been a part of my life. As a young child growing up in a small town, I remember well how we looked out for one another and for each other’s well-being. Most of the community was in the same boat, living from paycheck to paycheck, but it never stopped my mom from helping a neighbor out, even when we had little to give. I remember once asking, “Why”? She replied, “a person will reap what he sows." She never worried and we never went without. I have carried this lesson with me throughout my life. The lesson learned and now lived is that we have a responsibility as a just and moral society to provide for those who cannot provide for themselves and to act in a way that positively impacts those around us. The message from Galatians really did not come to me as a passage from the bible but as a way of life, my mother truly believed not only in those few words of the scripture but the whole premise of “Life in the Community of Christ”. She led a truly humble life. She never called attention to herself, she never bragged upon herself, never complained about the load she may have been bearing at any time. Back then, she…

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