There are many ways I could serve other with my education, by doing my work
for this country, by serving the ones that are less fortunate than I, and to teach the next
generation of not just students, but also people that motivation and inspiration are the
keys to success and that they should never give up.
First, I'd try to do my work in this world by what I am taught in my classroom and
applying it to the real world. I would use the morals that my teachers use in the classroom
in a world that desperately needs my intelligence, and my sense of service. There is no
justice in this world and I would use my education to try and apply it to where it needs to
be like: in the world, in the courts, in the prisons, in the fields, in the study and in the
classroom, at home and abroad.
A second way I'd use my education to serve others is by serving the people that are less
fortunate than I am. I'd do that using my education by using the compassion that I have
learned in my class setting. I'd help build houses and shelters; work at soup kitchens in;
and help at schools, hospitals, hospices and shelters of all kinds for the poor, the battered,
the hungry, the illiterate and the homeless. I'd help all of the people in these settings have
some type of hope for themselves.
Last, I'd teach the next generation of not just students, but also people that motivation
and inspiration are the keys to success and that they should never give up. I'd teach to
them what I've been taught. That education is necessary and that it opens up doors of
opportunity. I'd tell them that hard work only gets you so far, but you don't need a degree
to serve, just educate what you already know.
In conclusion these are just three ways I would serve others with my education. They
may not serve everyone, but serving some is better than serving none at all. -Shania Liverpool