Ramar N. Tamayao
"Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Leviticus 19:15
Just like everyone feels I was so excited having this immersion at Baranggay Dona Imelda, Sta. Mesa, Quezon City. Imagine spending 30 hours working intensely with a team of inspiring, thoughtful, caring individuals .This is a unique opportunity that you'll never have again so don't pass it up! As we arrived at Baranggay Dona Imelda with my classmates we spend 3 hours a day to complete the 30 hours that have given to us with great responsibility. As we arrived my heart melts when I see the beautiful smiles in the faces of the people. It is so refreshing and I fell that we are being welcome in this place.
I think that the community immersion is the best way for change. Like me, I’ve change a lot since this immersion because I tried to blend with the community people and be friendly to other committee members especially to the children. It was also the best way to practice patience, acceptance, understanding, and to save money, it really helped me to show some of my strengths. I really want those future lawyers to experience this before they will go their own ways.
The people in Baranggay Dona Imelda were really full of warmth and love. I’m really happy to be a part of this community.
As an student of San Beda , I am becoming part of an ever-changing world that needs strong-minded and compassionate people to make a difference in the lives of others. This Immersion is a program that increases levels of social awareness by introducing you to the urban issues while engaging in hands-on service to those in need.
My experience in this program teaches a lot on me. I learned to become independent and face the responsibility being task no me. I learned to socialize with different people whatever their status in the society to adapt, and to blend with the community people. And most...
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