A Man and his Vision from L'Arche Canada-Communications on Vimeo.
I think he believes that people all are special and no person is perfect. Also Ithink a point he has is that everyone is equal and that everyone has flaws and some are bigger that others. And the truth is those people have an even harder time with life than we do. So in total i think his virtue has a messgae that says no matter what i am no better that anyone and they are no better than me.
He shows that he strongly believes that we should be equal to each other and that there is so much poverty and depression. He wants people to see past talent and wealth and ability and to see that everyone has a talent that can be useful. We shouldn't judge because of intillect or money and fame to make everyone have a better life. That would be a near perfect world.
I think that he belives that even though someone is deffirent in apperance they can be very creative and regular on the inside.... like Steven Hawking he is smart but is dessabled.
I think he belives that people who do the unordinary or are disabled or completely normal, can make a difference. And that is just about everything to some people.
He thinks people with disabilities should be recognised for who they are on the inside and not really what they look like, sound like, or act like. Some people with diabilities like that have it way harder than we do, compared to them, we have the easy life. When some people meet people with disabilities like that they think "They are so weird" "What's wrong with them?" Which is really mean! I think that the his message is all people are equally special, and nobody is perfect.
Some people have disabilities and it is ok that they have disabilities there is room for everyone in this world.
I think that he thinks that are people are equal, even if they're disabled. No one is perfect. No one except god of course. So if you want to follow god, I know that he would want us to apreceate everyone. Even disabled people. The golden rule, do on to others as you would want them to do on to you.
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I think that Jean Vanier is a very nice man that believes that even though some people are dis-abled we are all the same. And we all have diffrent personalitys, but no one is more powerful or smart than these people with dis-abilitys. I think that his vision is to make everybody feel like they are equal to everybody else on this planet and they are exactly the same. I also think that everybody in the world should think that too. So overall I think Jean Vanier is a very nice person.
The founder of L'Arche, Jean Vanier was born on September 10, 1928 (making him 83) in Geneva, Switzerland. He shows many Christian virtues by treating all people the same and it doesn't matter if you have any intellectual disabilities or if you don't have any disabilities.
I think that he belives all people are unique in there own ways but that does not mean there wierd. He belives that people with autism or down syndrom deserve a place in the world for thier amazing skills. Also he wants people to recognize that they are just different on the outside but not on the inside.
I think he believes that people all are special and no person is perfect. Also Ithink a point he has is that everyone is equal and that everyone has flaws and some are bigger that others. And the truth is those people have an even harder time with life than we do. So in total i think his virtue has a messgae that says no matter what i am no better that anyone and they are no better than me or anyone else. Also I think he believes that we should all get past the idea of being rich and getting new stuff and instead put that towards people who need it. Also it seems that he helps alot of people too.
I think it is very important that we help people with disabilities and don't judge them. nobody is perfect so these people are no diffrent than us. I think the message in this video is to except anyone into the community and give a hand to those in need.
Jean Vanier had many Christian virtues. One being Charity, he shows this virtue by sacrificing his time to work and be with the disabled population. Another one of the virtues he shows is Humility, he says that he sees everyone the same, he obviously is humble and not aggorant or greedy. In my opinion, the Christian virtue that he shows most is diligence, this is means that he makes an effort to make a difference to make a change in peoples lives, his life is dedicated to just that. Michael Bianchi.
I think that Jean Vanier is a very nice person that is trying to make a difference in our world. He is also a very good person from my point of view. I think that he loves to make difference's in people's life's and make them better. Lastly, even you can make a difference in someone's life by helping them.
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Jean Vanier was born on September 10, 1928, in Geneva, Switzerland. He lived in England until World War II when he was sent to Canada with his siblings. He had a promising naval career in front of him but he was more drawn to prayer and God. In 1950 he gave up his naval career and then started to study philosophy at the Institut Catholique in Paris. In 1963, L'Arche(french for Noah's Ark) was founded. Then L'Arche, a community that focuses on building relationships between people with and without disabilities, rapidly started growing. Jean Vaniers shows selflessness towards people with disabilities and believes that people are not perfect so we should treat each other the same. Jean Vanier is a truley amazing man and shows charity, patience and overall, kindness.
I think it is very important that we help people with disabilities and don't judge them. Nobody is perfect so these people are no diffrent than us. I think the message in this video is to except anyone into the community and give a hand to those in need.
Vanier tells us that we are all children of God and none of us are better than the other. We should all be included even if we have a disibility and can't do something as good as other people. Even though I have a learning disibility my class makes me feel included. In the eyes of God no one is different and we should treat people with disabilities with the same respect that we treat everyone else. by Luke S
Great comments everybody. Luke - your comment was the last one I read and it made me reflect on the importance of acceptance. I really liked your comment. You express yourself very well.
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