Good day. Welcome to self-reflection!. Goodness is innate in humans - however, the daily grind leaves little time for us to relate with it / our own self. This self-reflection is an attempt to connect with oneself, and being aware of one’s connect with society and nature. . ID: 651560
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Good day. Welcome to self-reflection!
Goodness is innate in humans - however, the daily grind leaves little time for us to relate with it / our own self. This self-reflection is an attempt to connect with oneself, and being aware of one’s connect with society and nature. The incidents / anecdotes / situations and the questions that follow, are to help the process - kindly fill-in the response boxes with your thoughts (for each of the posers) and feel free to save them for future reference / reflections.Thank youwww.vset.org
1. How connected are you with nature and your surroundings?www.vset.orgMy responseSlide5
2. What is interconnectedness ?www.vset.org
Anisha, a plus-two science student at Cheemeni Higher Secondary school, Kasaragod, Kerala, came from poor financial background with ailing father. People in that locality had collected some money to help his treatment, but he didn’t survive. The family was living in a small hut. Her friends from the school noticed this when they came to convey their condolences and started collecting contributions from the students in the school to build a house for Anisha. Seeing this, the teachers also pitched in and contributed towards buying doors and windows for the house. Then the friends (around 40 of them) and the people in the locality (around 50 of them) got together to transport bricks and other building materials to the site. With further support from masons, carpenters, painters and well-wishers, the house was completed for
and her family.
3. Are we dependent on society ?
4. Are we dependent on anyone for fulfilling our needs? If yes, how?
Reflection 5. Do we need to give back anything to the society and nature? If yes, how? My viewsSlide12
6. Going forward what I can/may do?www.vset.org
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