Rebuilding Hope

Scholarship Entrant: Kayla from Richmond, Virginia
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Kayla: 7

What would it look like if I earned a living doing what I loved most and changing the world at the same time; two words: Rebuilding Hope. Giving individuals who are underprivileged or homeless who have lost faith in themselves and their outlook on life a new light, a new direction…a Genesis. It would be a nonprofit organization that focuses on planting seeds of skills and tools through services, nurturing all we encounter, and inspiring growth in their everyday lives. “They will be like trees growing beside a stream – trees with roots that reach down to the water, and with leaves that are always green. They bear fruit every year…. (Jeremiah 17:8 CEVU)” Changing the world one life at a time. We would change one life at a time by spreading love, promoting self-worth, developing life building skills, and building bonds. Providing those encountered with opportunities to live out their purpose and fulfill their destiny. It is changing the world by setting a chain reaction through love and service. Think of it as the “debt snowball” effect or “rollover” method. We impact one, two, three individuals cultivate their skills, contribute to rebuilding their hope, and the freeing of their mind; these individuals with new perspectives can be change agents starting a ripple effect of hope rebuilding. Building a legacy through love. It is the whole concept of Reach One, Teach One. It is watching each individual be planted, be nurtured, and grow. Pushing them along saying, “Bloom baby bloom!”

Vote for Kayla: 7

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