A Perfect Stranger. Reflection One by Grayson Lupex
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Going into my volunteer experience at Trinity Cafe I was extremely enthusiastic. Immediately I was intrigued by this organization because its ideals line up with some of my own. I’ve always been told that I am kind hearted and treat everyone as if they are family. Possessing such values makes me an empathetic person, probably more than most. Helping people has always been a dream of mine. Yesterday, I thought that I would be the one giving, but little did I know I was going to be the one receiving too. As I entered the facility I was greeted by a few fellow volunteers that graced me with warm smiles and “Hello’s”, and instantly I knew that this is somewhere where I was welcome. To feel accepted by strangers and to feel as though I wasn’t being judged or picked apart was something so comforting. From that point on I knew that my experience would be a great one. As the hour of serving went on there were about 15 people that I served at my table, but one of them stuck out to me the most.