Hope Faculty members are always seeking to know if their positivity and traits fit into the Hope Faculty ethos.
-I simply told the members that there are many traits a positive person will have but when it comes to word describing a trait that all the Hope faculty members have and need, it’s the word BENEVOLANT.
-Yes, this was quickly followed by a hope faculty member saying simply what’s that?
Late Middle English: from Old French benevolent, from Latin bene volent- ‘well wishing’, from bene ‘well’ + velle ‘to wish’. (www.dictionairy .com)
intending or showing goodwill; kindly; friendly: a benevolent smile, abenevolent old man
doing good or giving aid to others, rather than making profit; charitable: a benevolent organize (www.dictionairy.com)
-So, in the spirit of each one should teach one
Benevolent fits in with Hope faculty because the benevolent traits mean you’re a natural well- wisher, yes, we don’t hate we appreciate and support type of people, it means your naturally positive a person who has good will, you help others without expecting anything in return, your good deeds are for the goodness of your own soul, your life’s not about money but instead about the quality of life and sharing the quality because your decent and humane. Your open mind and tender-hearted ways allow you to be generous and therefore the positivity you project is always bountiful to your soul.
That’s Hope Faculty