November Challenge – November 20th

How do you help people, in small ways, in large ways, however?

I like to think that I help people by sharing my experiences with anxiety and by simply being there when someone needs a shoulder to lean on or a listening ear. I like to think that through writing my blog and writing articles on The Seeds 4 Life, that I help people realize their strength and just how wonderful they truly are.

 

What about you? How do you help people?

 

  1. Favourite picture book as a child?
  2. Fond childhood places?
  3. Thing(s) you are most proud of?
  4. Have you been through any official rites of passage? How about unofficial?
  5. What is your role in your family?
  6. Define family.
  7. Do you get on with your siblings?
  8. What’s the story behind how you got your name?
  9. What assumptions people make about you?
  10. What small things have you seen or taken note of today?
  11. What makes you happy?
  12. Do you have good self control?
  13. Are you good at making decisions?
  14. How often do you cry?
  15. Have you ever had any altercations with the police?
  16. How do your relieve stress?
  17. What did you once love, but now hate?
  18. Is doing nothing a waste of time?
  19. What is cluttering your life?
  20. How do you help people, in small ways, in large ways, however?
  21. When’s the last time you did something nice for a stranger?
  22. Who inspires you the most?
  23. Do Apps help or waste your time?
  24. Does FaceBook make you feel bad?
  25. What music are you listening to right now?
  26. What TV shows have mattered to you?
  27. What was the last book you read? Did you enjoy it?
  28. When did you last have a really good conversation?
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3 thoughts on “November Challenge – November 20th

  1. I’m writing a post about this! Right now, it’s about 3000+ words, so I think I’m gonna break it down to 3 separate posts.

    Sorry, back on topic. LOL

    I give my stuff away. I also collect/buy items for a friend who takes travel-size toiletries to the homeless in our area. 🙂

      • Thanks! I haven’t looked at it since I typed up my brain vomit into a Microsoft doc. I really should go back & edit it so I can post it. Thanks for reminding me! 🙂

        I hope to write about her work too. I think sharing the little things that people do to help other people encourages readers to take similar – or their own unique – steps. 🙂

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