I have been privileged enough to at least secure basic needs in life. There are people who are not privileged enough to do so by birth. What awakens me to serve is the fact that a very small act of kindness can be of so much help to them. There were instances when I wish there was someone to help me and my life would’ve taken a different path.
Living wholeheartedly to me means not being bothered about how the world perceives us. Often times we get caught up in satisfying the norms of the world and forget what it means to satisfy us. Living wholeheartedly means expressing yourself without the fear of being judged by others.
I am a student and was living off-campus. I moved in with my friend when COVID struck and I am so grateful I did so. My landlord still continues taking the rent but I am grateful for having my friend around because I would be super depressed otherwise!
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