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Ruth Handy  presenting WZM  Award for Compassion to  Narada Jangmook
Photo by Mad Meece Productions

 

WZM Award # 1 Presented on June 2, 2005 to Narada Jangmook

Below is the winning essay for the recipient of the first WZM Award for Compassion (grammar as submitted). The Jizo Peace Center gave Narada Jangmook, a Senior at Pasadena High School, a certificate and a $300 check at the Awards Banquet on June 2, 2005.

 

 

 

 


Essay by Narada Jangmook

Being a student in a different country that you’re not used too, it’s very difficult. One thing that made me fit in is how helpful I am. I helped my school by doing community service and joining different clubs, my church I’m active in the different activities and I am also helpful at home.

I go to Pasadena High School for three years, and in the three years I joined Asian-club, Photo-Club and Z-Club to do community service to help people that need help and I am also in the Graphic Communication Academy (GCA), I helped my friends when they have problem that they can’t do. For example I help my fellow class mates when they don’t know how to use the program that I do. I also helps clean up the class room when is not organize. And I also got a chance to help out at the library for community service.

Church is my second place that I’m helpful and feel comfortable with. I have a chance to do a lot of stuff for church, like helping by cleaning up the church, washing dishes because they serve lunch. In the morning I helped take care of the Sunday school kids, and I lead activity for the youth group. When the service is on I also be an usher or sometime play musician.

Back then, when I was with my parent I used to baby sit my own brother, wash dishes, and cleaned up the house like other kids, but now that I’m not with them. I became a big sister for my guardian’s family and from my helpfulness at church. It is easy for me to deal with kids. Like sometime I teach them homework and baby sit them.

I learned a lot of things from my helpful. I learned how to deal with different type of people and what're their needs. Like people at school; my friends and my class mates, people at church; little kids and youth, and also how to be organize with books and others stuff in the library. So from my helpful is a good experience for me.

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Ruth Ratna Handy, LCSW
jizopeacecenter@gmail.com
(661) 242-6956


 

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