This will help Jenny very much; but the way in which it was done will do her more good than double the money, because it will prove to her that she is n't without friends, and make her feel that there is a place in the world for her.
Then, quite naturally, the conversation fell upon the great work that none should be too busy to think of, and which few are too young or too poor to help on with their mite.
Not till long afterward did Polly see how much good this little effort had done her, for the first small sacrifice of this sort leads the way to others, and a single hand's turn given heartily to the world's great work helps one amazingly with one's own small tasks.
Xu (2005) recently linked family help
and time spent on homework to students' attitudes toward homework and their use of homework management strategies.
The major fallacy in this statement is assuming that people who need help
are capable of finding it on their own.
We expect to publish shorter, updated articles that will focus on resources and help
for getting proper medical care.
The Duke project does exemplify a larger issue for IHEs: As technology usage grows on campus, how do the roles of help
An EEM system can deliver the information needed to accurately represent the true cost of doing business, and help
to identify procedures or areas that exhibit energy inefficiencies or waste.
Guiza spends Monday afternoons at the Van Nuys Self Help
Legal Access Center scanning reams of legal documents to help
those down on their luck fight slumlords and help
them file legal complaints.
He thrives on lending a hand, is quick to ask if help
is needed, and jumps in to volunteer at any opportunity.
He's been careful to foster relationships that can help
him and other black- and minority-owned businesses create value.
In a study of three organizations (one of which was a mutual help
organization for persons with severe mental illness), Maton and Salem (1995) found that the reason why they are so empowering is because they have a belief system that inspires growth; an opportunity role structure that is pervasive, highly accessible and multi-functional; a support system that is encompassing, peer-based, and cohesive; and leadership that is inspiring, talented and shared.