Cherlyn - A Big Heart In this fast moving world where money became so vital in the lives of people we often neglect to share the blessings we have

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A Big Heart In this fast moving world, where money became so vital in the lives of people, we often neglect to share the blessings we have with the less fortunate. It has been three melancholic months when my youngest sister left but I still vividly remember how peculiar a kid at her tender age would understand and put the needs of others, mostly strangers first. When she was still here at the Philippines, she would usually ask my mom, dad and cousins for loose change because she has no Philippine peso. Without hesitations, my parents and cousins would either reach to their pockets or purses to give her some. In that moment, you would instantaneously think that she would probably use it to buy candies, junk foods or other stuff for her innocent desires. But that is not the real score; every time we would go out, she would give her loose change to the needy or she would buy from vendors on the street but she would not take what she bought. Sometimes, if we still brought home some food, she would give
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2010 for the course PHILO 27 taught by Professor Tyler during the Spring '10 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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Cherlyn - A Big Heart In this fast moving world where money became so vital in the lives of people we often neglect to share the blessings we have

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