An administrator at a school board meeting talked about “Why do I do what I do?“. This talk really made me think. It was a challenge from the superintendent and I wanted to take this challenge as well.

Why do I do what I do? Family. I have a very close family and I take pride in that. I like to do things that make my family happy. I do what I do for my family; to bring them happiness (sometimes), to help them and be with them. Family is not just the people that are related to you but the people you love as family.

Why do I do what I do? My children. I want to my children to be caring, helpful and motivated people. I want them to accept challenges and have confidence to try anything they desire. I want my children to help others without expecting anything in return.

Why do I do what I do? To help others. We all can help someone, smiling at a person can sometimes make a difference in their life. Listening to someone can bring them peace. You never know what a person is dealing with, try to bring them a piece of happiness.

As a I think more about this question. I try to think deep inside to the why’s. I try to live true to my heart. I try to be caring and show people love. I try to be there when people need me. I am only human though and I don’t succeed at all the times. I make mistakes, sometimes a lot of mistakes. We all do. I try to ask for forgiveness and correct my wrongs.

I want to change the world. Sound big. I can change the world a little bit. By helping others in need, I can change the world. If everyone would try to help another person the world can be changed.

Why do I do what I do? Love. Love is so important in life., There is no reason to live without love. Love for a person must be true and shared. I don’t use the word love freely. Love comes from my heart and soul.