Talk about something you enjoyed doing in a group.
You should say:
What was it?
With whom you did it?
When you did it?
How did you feel about it?
When I think about something I did in a group, a recent activity comes to my mind. I was in my 3 rd year of college when I went for a walk with my friends to eat at a nearby café. It was evening time, and I vividly remember passing by a house with a board labeled as ‘meditation sessions available for students.’
It was peculiar and grabbed my attention. On our way back, we asked the resident about the sessions, and he invited us to try it out for free for a couple of days. We went there the next morning at 6 am. It was really peaceful and refreshing. The teacher told us that he had been practicing meditation for 9
years and it had brought immense change in his lifestyle. I was really impressed by his dedication towards it and how calm and soothing his aura was. We went for a month and then continued at home.
While serving as a full-time missionary years ago, I always enjoyed participating in the district council meeting with my companion Elder Isin. Elder Isin was my second companion in the mission field. Every Friday we rode on our bicycles to attend this meeting. Here we discuss our companionship goals with other missionaries. These goals are made up of specific key indicators which we give a report every week. More so we talk about our strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for growth. Elder is in lead the district’s missionary recitation because he was our district leader while I assist him in conducting the meeting. I felt edified whenever I attended the meeting because of the knowledge, experiences, supports that were shared by each missionary during the meeting.
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