Fr Joy’s first visit

Today was the first time I had ever met or saw Father Joy. Today father joy talked about his background and where he is from. Father Joy is from Inda that is where he was born and went to school.  Inda is 3.287 million km² which means that Canada is 3 times the size in landmass. India has a population of 1.3 billion people and Canada has a population of 37 million and India is 3 times smaller than Canada. Father Joy also talked about his schooling after high school and how that he knew how he wanted to be a pastor ever since grade 10 but his parents wouldn’t let him be one until he graduated. Father told the class that he lives in the state of Kerala which is smaller than Nova Scotia and has about the same or more people as in Canada. Fathe Joy was the pastor and a church in Edmonton before he came to Vermilion to be the pastor at the Holy Name of Jesus parish.

Motivations

My motivation is supportive which means I support other choices.  I also enjoy reading over others work and try to help approve it. I try to help people in every way possible.  I also like to help and support others in emotional ways. I like to make sure everyone is being treated fairly. Lastly, I like to make sure everyone is being helped fairly in every way.

Knowledge

According to the survey that I just finished, it said that my strongest subject in school is physical education. I would say that is true because I love sports and enjoy gym class a lot. The second subject the survey says that I’m good at is LA which I kinda agree with because I’m not too good at it. The third one is technical trades which I’m not really sure about because I don’t really know what it is.

The reason why I put pictures of what I did on my canva is that they are people doing physical activity that I enjoy. Water is also on the poster because you need to drink water while doing physical activity.

The Ten Commandments

1. I am the LORD your God:
you shall not have
strange Gods before me.

  1. I am the Lord your God you shall look up to me.

2. You shall not take
the name of the LORD your God in vain.

2. You shall only use the word Lord when you are talking to God.

3. Remember to keep holy the LORD’S Day.

3. Rember to not work on Sundays and go to church for the Lord.

4. Honor your father and your mother.

4. Always be nice to your father and mother and take nice to them.

5. You shall not kill.

5. You shall let all humans live a great life.

6. You shall not commit adultery.

6. You shall sta with the one you are married to.

7. You shall not steal.

7. You shall only keep what is yours.

8. You shall not bear false witness
against your neighbor.

8. You shall always tell your neighbors the truth.

9. You shall not covet
your neighbor’s wife.

9. You shall only think about your wife.

10. You shall not covet
your neighbor’s goods.

10. You shall respect your neighbor’s.

Interests

The 2 different interest traits that have are:

58% Social – Means I like to work with others and like to help others with whatever they need.   75% Realistic – Like to do hands-on activities such as working with animals, and tools or mechanics. It also means that I like working outdoors and with other people.

Personality

From the survey I did in My BluePrint I learned that the 4 different personality traits I have are:

 Extroverted: that I am comfortable with a group, like to talk with friends, and like to speak my own mind.

 

Sensing: show detailed information, good at explaining ideas, and good at observing.

 

Feeling: care, and help others make the right decisions.

 

Judging: I like to set goals for my self, like organizing, and thoughtful.

Learning Styles

From the survey, I learned that I have 3 different learning styles. One of the styles that I have is hearing and listening which mean I’d rather listen to podcasts or audiobooks then reading it my self this one is called auditory. I also like to picture what I’m reading rather then just reading the words. my own way this one is called visual. The last one is called kinesthetic and this learning style means that I like to touch and feel what I am learning and also mean I need to take breaks from learning so I can stay on task.