By Ate Kim Paule
Last Friday, KAMP Kuyas and Ates went to do our monthly visits at Mount Carmel and Westview High school. Our lesson plan that day emphasized on a lollipop moment. The day was filled with fruitful conversations on the “little moments” in our lives that make huge impacts.
For example, one student shared her “little moment” that she had with her younger cousin who was not able to speak verbally until she started spending time with her. This student stated that her own personality is loud, joyful and loves to sing and believes that this sparked inspiration in her younger cousin to use her own voice herself. Though her actions were simple, like spending quality time with her younger cousin, this made a huge impact in her younger cousin’s life. Without even knowing it, this student became a leader for her cousin.
So what is your “lollipop moment”? Please share in our comment box below. And in the words of Drew Dudley, if you haven’t had your lollipop moment, “You’re just one of the people who hasn’t been told”.
“Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate. It is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, and not our darkness that frightens us.”
— Marianne Williamson