Grade Nine Religion Semester 2
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If You’re Like Me, You’re Constantly Wondering What Strangers Think of You. Well, Now You Know … and It’s Pretty Stinkin’ Awesome

If You’re Like Me, You’re Constantly Wondering What Strangers Think of You. Well, Now You Know … and It’s Pretty Stinkin’ Awesome | Grade Nine Religion Semester 2 | Scoop.it
They look in a mirror and say everything they hate about their bodies. Little do they know, the people on the other side of the mirror have a totally different opinion.
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This video is about strangers coming in and talking all about their imperfections.  While one person is talking, these other people  that  are behind the mirror and they are giving them nice comments to  them. Some people said they didn't like their body shape, if they looked fat today and weight issues. The people behind the mirror are giving their first impressions of the stranger in front of the mirror. At the end of the video, the everyone got to listen to what people had to say about their imperfections.

 

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I can relate this scoop to the temples of the holy spirit. I related this scoop to the temples of the holy spirit because even though they are not abusing their bodies with drugs and alcohol, but they aren't treating their body with respect. Some people said they are not keeping their body shape or they have donkey legs. Those people should realize that some people really want those kind of legs or your type of body size, which they do find out in the end. You always see the bad in your body but other people seem that its great. Another idea I can relate to this video is the Christian Relationship " respect the dignity, values and needs of those all involved" because the people behind the mirror didn't say anything negative to the person talking, they said positive and happy comments that make them feel special.

 

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This video said you should never be self cautious about yourself because you'll never know what someone else would else. That comment could impact you in a negatively or positively. Nobody is perfect and you should keep that in mind. You may think of yourself as ugly or fat but someone's opinion can change your mind about yourself. In my opinion if we did this kind off thing in our school, community or anywhere else, many people would say a nice comment that can change your opinion on yourself and change your perspective on other people.

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In this scoop, this young boy tries to steal medicine bottles to help his mother but instead gets caught by the store own. Luckily, a nice man steps in and pays for the medicine and giving him veggie soup. Thirty years past, and the man sees and a person and gives him soup. All of a sudden he falls to the ground. The daughter is now in the hospital with her dad and then she receives a bill from one of the nurses. She is surprised of how much the bill is. The daughter seemed very stressed and tried many things to pay for the bill like selling the soup shop. She wakes up sees a letter. It said that the bill has been covered because of the payed medicines and veggie soup payed 30 years ago. The little boy 30 years ago saved the man that saved him.

 

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This video made relate to one specific topic in this religion course and that topic was "Four steps of making a right decision" which are Seeing, Judging, Acting and Evaluating. The daughter had  "SEE" what the situation was going between the store owner and that young boy and he realized a decision had to made, so he payed for the medicine. The man had to "JUDGE"; which means if his decision would a positive or a negative effect but it had a positive effect 30 years later. The man "ACTED"by paying for those bottles of medicine and also giving him veggie soup. Finally  "EVALUATING". He thought his decision would be good because he's helping his mom get better. Then 30 years later, the boy repays him by paying for the bill and saving the man life. 

 

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I think this video should inspire everyone because a random act of kindness can help out a lot like it did for the little boy. I think of this video as a boomerang effect because what goes around come around. I remember as a little kid, a boy in my class didn't have a juice box and I decided that I should give him mine because i have an extra one. Also, my mom and teacher told me that its good to share your things if someone doesn't have it. The next day, I remember him giving his juice box. Many think their are many negatives to this kind of situation because people might be needing the medicine for dumb purposes but it might turn out it might not be them. This inspired me to do these things everyday because that small act of kindness might come back to me

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Hospital Window - Inspirational Video - YouTube

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This scoop is about two hospitalized men. Mr. Johnson is blind while Maury  can see. Maury is narrating the story while the other is enjoying it. The reason Maury is telling Mr. Johnson these things is because he wants Mr. Johnson visualize all the beautiful things in life.  His stories make Mr.Johnson happy everyday, he also said "you made me realize that their is plenty to enjoy without having to see it". Maury's operation comes along and sadly he doesn't make it out alive. Mr Johnson realizes that nurse has come without Maury and asked her to do a favour. He asked her would take a look at the park and tell me what you?  The nurse says theirs nothing out their but a brick wall.

 

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I can relate their relationship to the Christian Relationship "benefits both parties". Mr. Johnson is benefiting the narration and visual of the story in his head while Maury is receiving the laughs and happiness from Mr. Johnson which I found touching.  Mr. Johnson learns that life is beautiful with your disabilities. Another thing I can relate this video into our religion course is Intimacy. The type of intimacy these two displayed was Emotion Intimacy. This occurs when we are able to share feelings with another. They demonstrated this during the time they were both hospitalized and when Maury shared his stories.

 

Reflect

This video taught me that even with your disabilities you can still enjoy and live it to your fullest. You enjoy life when you can truly realize the small things in life make you happy. You don't need to be the richest to be happy. Mr. Johnson's blindness never stopped him from visualizing  in his head but thanks to Maury it kept him happy each and everyday. We all know in life that are obstacles to face, but we can face these obstacles positively and negatively. With these positive attitudes you can life with small obstacles while enjoying life to the fullest. 

 

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