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Soul of Citizen WA5 A Soul of Citizen to me is someone who does things for others without getting something back in return They get involved and help their communities for the better They help preserve the only earth that we will ever get for future generations I also feel to have a Soul of Citizen you must show compassion Now they dont exactly have to meet all the standards that I just spoke about because no one is exactly perfect Although they must meet most of the requirements and now a days a person like that is very difficult to find Paul Loeb describes a true Citizen in his book called Soul of Citizen He said that you must be opened minded care about others to get involved stand up for what you believe in and takes care of the earth a for better tomorrow He gives real life stories about personal experiences about other people doing theses acts This was a book showing that human nature can be expended into something more than just technology and mindless chatter It shows that humans care for one and another That we can help each other out when the time is needed for taking action I personally think that Ive found a person with most of my characteristics and the one that Loeb describes too Recently Ive had the pleasure of interviewing an old friend of mine His name is John Tyler Watson He lives in a small town called Lone Oak People say that if you are from a small town you usually grow up with better morals and respect I think that John is one living being that truly makes this statement true He is a schoolteacher for the town of Greenville which is the biggest town around that area Although Ive asked him a lot of times to teach in Lone Oak because its a better school He just smiles and replies
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