The Importance Of Service

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When service is done, the feeling in your heart and mind is the absolute greatest feeling on earth. It not only impacts the people whom the service was for, but it impacted me and that good feeling is contagious. Yes when you hear Jaret Nickoli, Nate Meyer, Logan Moffit, Jim Easler, and Max Fitzgerald, many may think TROUBLE but this experience was truly amazing and nothing was better than putting on this event with my brothers. From driving to different places trying to get sponsors and spending 10 hours setting up for our event, there were so many great outcomes, and so many people were impacted, and it changed me as a person. The result of this event and the turnout we had was fantastic. Being able to put on a large event at a young age is a huge accomplishment that not many 17 and 18 year olds have done. I was able to relate to this event because my …show more content…
First, I became more thoughtful of people because seeing the cancer survivors inspires me so much because they have went through so much and it made me be grateful for every second God gives me. This project allowed me to see how grateful I am for everything God gave me, and the people he puts in my life. I realized that everyone in the world could use a little help or a boost, or even some kind words because we have no idea what some people go through. For example a man showed up three hours before the race started and hooked himself to a machine because he had a problem with his lungs. This man was so inspirational to me because he did not care what was wrong with him, he wanted to make a difference and he ran the whole race! I feel like we as people need to be more like this man, accept yourselves and go make a difference. This event made me realize that all the people who showed up for this event cared for someone and they did it for someone who is suffering from Breast Cancer, it truly was a blessing from God to see all the support people

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