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transformation - As a child, I never thought about my...

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As a child, I never thought about my actions, words, or behavior towards others. I am an only child and I suffered heavily from the “only child syndrome”. I got everything I wanted for Christmas and I never had to share anything. I also never had an annoying little sibling trying to hang out with me at school. In other words, I was the queen of brats. I had no empathy towards others because in my house, the world revolved around me. In high school I needed to do community service so I could put something on my college applications. I wasn’t very good at sports and band could only take up so much of the full page needed for a decent resume. My church just started up a community kitchen open to the public. It was simple work, and all I had to do was serve food for an hour each week. Sounds manageable, there is little interaction and nobody will see me working. I instantly started judging as soon as people walked in the doors. I thought to myself, “it’s not that hard to find a job, I’m seventeen and I managed to find one at my favorite store in the mall”. Marge, a lady I
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