The question remains: what’s really worth worrying about in this life? We all worry about our physical appearance or the way people think about us when in reality – that’s not what life is about. During the years spent volunteering at Camp Good Days, I have come to realize that those things are petty compared to what those children have gone through. What really matters are as follows:
What really matters is the laughter and smiles that one helps others gain. I’ve learned that these kids that I help every year truly help me more in return. They open my eyes to what really matters. With that truth, who needs the stupid opinions of others?