Visualizing Your Experience
The Amal Academy Fellowship is nearing its end. My feelings are mixed. I am very happy in one moment that I have accomplished this amazing adventure with so many successes, and sad in the next moment because I met so many beautiful people there. The people I met were really humble and friendly. This is a place where you can say anything without fear of being judged. I charged myself with good vibes. There is excitement, enthusiasm, and reflection among us. I have some things that constantly remind me of this friendship. A pen, a notebook, a laptop, and a laptop stand by my blanket. I used all these things in my friendship.
Amal Academy taught me a lot, and it’s hard to point out a moment and consider it my greatest experience ever. After 30 minutes of reflection, my mind agreed to write about the kindness I experienced during my first week in Amal.
“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for a newer and richer experience.” (Eleanor Roosevelt)
During the first week, I wrote an article about it and then started observing it. The experience of completing these acts of kindness made me feel fortunate, confident, helpful, and a good global village citizen.
Acts of Kindness changes lives
I haven’t gone through this kind of education, like helping others create Fiverr accounts, maintaining WhatsApp groups, contributing money, keeping information up to date, accepting everyone, appreciating everyone, giving positive feedback, And keeping busy. This experience still reminds me of the extra miles, which inevitably led to an inevitable change in my personality.
“I hold that a strongly marked personality can influence descendants for generations.” (Beatrix Potter)
At the beginning of the journey, I had a different mindset, which could be related to an immature technique of self-preparation. I had no idea that a person with hidden talents could persuade others to climb the ladder of success (I realized this when I arranged my people’s fees at the university). I found rubbish and rubbish inside while cleaning my flat but it was a happy time for me as I was thinking outside the box.
Plus, a cup of tea for the guard was teaching me the profession __ an idea that makes you happy and satisfied and it was inspiring me to the so-called world. All of this falls into the category of good behavior.
SERVE THE HUMANITY
As far as my current scenario is concerned, I’ve talked to 20+ students about guiding their careers for a brighter future. This is something that has a huge potential for their future and I don’t think there is any way to overlap it in the right direction for free. This move and 3 hours from people’s lives can make a difference for generations to come.
“A career is wonderful, but you can’t curl up with it on a cold night” (Marilyn Monroe)
This wonderful act of kindness also puts me on the path to studying and reaching out to more that can be done for Homo sapiens. Whenever I start career guidance with them, the idea of helping the nation comes to my mind which revives all my senses. It makes me believe and act on what I’ve done so far.
Whenever I find something irrational and annoying, I get flashbacks for the first two weeks. I am fully committed, and I see that this is the only way to be successful.
“To be honest, these two weeks impacted not just my life, but also my eternity.”
I had these kinds of emotions and stimuli, but they need to be sharpened. AMAL gave me this sharpener, which I really like. Once I have achieved my goals, I would like to continue this habit permanently. For example, I will provide free career counseling to children because I believe that 5 acts of kindness have served their purpose. Furthermore, the purpose of sharing was the same. So, again, this would mean that I have to spend for these processes.
Thanks, Amal for your Kindness
Finally, but not least. I’m constantly wondering why people write long paragraphs after they end this friendship. Now I understand what they are feeling. There is so much to say, and you put it all into words. Thank you for introducing me to these wonderful people, for allowing me to join the journey of Amal Academy, to be a part of this wonderful journey, to learn some incredible things, and to discover many things along the way, especially discovering myself.