"LIFE GOES ON."


Here is The Monday Motivation (TMM) for you! Have a super wonderful week ahead.

The reason why I joined HHA was that I was interested in the work they did. HHA provides unique services to the dying community and I wanted to be a part of making a difference in the community. HHA has taught me that life is short, which has made me appreciate and cherish my loved ones a lot more. I find myself thinking about things that I am grateful for each and every day since my time at the HHA. I will never forget any of the experiences that I have had during my journey with HHA!

One experience in particular that I will never forget was the time HHA did an interview for City News. It was a huge moment for HHA and I am happy that all of their hard work and dedication were recognized. I believe that the youth of today can help make the world a better place by volunteering. There are plenty of non-profit organizations such as The Home Hospice Association that need an extra set of hands.

Volunteering can often be a very eye-opening experience. As I like to say, one good deed goes a long way! Life isn’t easy and people that experience hardship are affected negatively but everyone can carry on living normally.

- Taijah Stone

YOU CAN'T GO BACK AND CHANGE THE BEGINNING, BUT YOU CAN START WHERE YOU ARE AND CHANGE THE ENDING.

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