June 21, 2017

The reason that volunteering is important to me might sound a bit different because it doesn’t come from a compassionate place, a word that is used to often describe volunteers.  No, my reason is much more selfish some might say.  I volunteer for myself.  Yes, it might seem selfish to some, however, it is a reason to do a good thing—give back.  

Day to day life, especially if you have chosen a career in the corporate world, can be so mind numbly, monotonous if you let it.  Getting up out of bed before the sun is up, making the commute, having to sum up the energy to walk into a building that you clearly don’t want to be in for the remainder of your day, working all day to only have to work all day the next day, get home after dark, and for what?  To make someone else money for reasons that you aren’t entirely sure on yourself.  What do we do here?  Is it worth any of this?  Is this multi-million-dollar international company really doing anything GOOD? Unfortunately, this...

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