Underprivileged children and dreams

August 07, 2015 1 Comment

       

In the 21century, humans are becoming more and more resourceful and are pushing mankind forward with new inventions and discoveries. Now we live in a world where we believe that living on the moon is possible.

For this to happen, what has been one of the most constant push for us is the ability to dream, to dream the impossible where we do not only give a new direction to our lives, but also change our perception about a lot of things.  We would guess both. Our inability to express our own dreams is enough for society, our loved ones, to forbid us from pursuing them. What can really get us going towards our dreams is when we are confident enough to speak up about them, expressing it loudly to the world, where in the end the whole world conspires in our favor.

This week our team conducted another beautiful activity with the kids at the NGO, which involves a lot of fun with really cool ways of expressing their dreams to the rest of the people. The name of the activity was “Guess what I want to become?” We divided the kids in 4 groups headed by one Happee team member. Every group had to send one member at a time, where he/she would try to explain what he/she wanted to be in future and the rest of the teams had to guess it. The team which guessed the first, would win a point .The catch was, they couldn't speak - only mimic was allowed - and their own team members couldn't help either.

This pushed the kids to enact about their dreams, which came out as complete fun with great learning. We could see how this small activity made a huge difference in these kids' lives, challenging them to think about how to be very clear regarding their dreams and enact it strongly, so that nobody crushes their dreams and aspirations.

We at Happee, wish these kids a beautiful future full of life and love.


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1 Response

Kele Alves
Kele Alves

November 24, 2015

Precisamos de empresas assim no brasil, que se importe mais com o social. Parabéns! Admirável!

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34

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36

37

38

 

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