I think that quote means exactly what we talked about in class today,thanks Lu for bringing it up, it definitely made me think a little bit different. As we said earlier today there is a huge difference from being sad about the people who are in Africa starving and not getting help from actually giving them help
what think this quote means is that some people will only make good intention by thinking and saying ohh i feel really bd fo this person, but some peolpe will akeconcret action by not only say ohh i feel ba but by saying ohh i feel bad about this person so i am going to do everything i possibly can to help. so hte diffrence beetween them is one you just think and in the other you react.
The quote means that there is a difference between feeling bad bout something and feeling bad and doing something about it.
One connection I have is that many times I have felt bad for other people because they were homeless or starving and I didn't do anything about it.
I think that the quote means if you feel sorry for someone and don't do anything, your not helping anyone. but there is a huge difference between that and feeling sorry for someone and doing something like donating to their cause. Just like sympathy and empathy.
I think it means that there is a huge difference between something good happening, and something bad happening, so if something bad happens, it will be hard to make it into something good.
The quote means to me that you could care about something but not help. You could easily care about something and not do anything, that is concrete action. If you care about something and do something about it, that is good intentions. It is like you feel bad for the person and what is going on with them but you don't do anything to help them, I have done that. Once in a while everyone needs help.
I think this quote means that even though people have good ideas or thoughts that if they don't share or express them then nothing will change. This is like saying that you should not be afraid to share an idea or opinion that is good. Once, at my church, we went to this event, where you make different bracelets and items. I went and I found out that she was doing this to raise money to go on a run. This run helps raise money for people with cancer and her friend, who has cancer, was going to run this marathon and thats the whole reason she was doing it. I found this story very inspriring to me because she took action to help people who aren't as fortunate and I was able to learn different things to make so that I could help her raise the money.
I think this quote means that there is a huge difference between feeling bad for someone and acting on it. Like, everyone feels bad for Jessica but not a lot of people donate to hep her run again. There is a difference between people that want to help and people that just feel bad but dont nesscarily donate their money. That i think is the difference between a concrete action and good intentions.
I think that this quote Means that there is a big difference between sympathy and empathy. It means that if you feel bad for something that is the first step but you have to make a difference to help that cause.
I think this quote means that there is a big difference between having an opinion about something and going and doing something about it!
There is a large space between wanting to do something but u don't do it, and actually doing it. People wanted to donate to Jessica, but they just didn't. Only a very few amount of people donated to Jessica. Kyro was explaining that it will be very difficult to get the leg.
What I think the quote means is that there’s a big difference between making a good plan and actually doing it. People might want to do something to help themselves or others, but they find an excuse not to do it. For example, this week my mom and I had a plan to go running 2 miles a day to build our endurance. Today we weren’t able to take a run because of a few conflicts. I felt disappointed that I wasn’t able to run with my mom. Moving forward I will help my mom make a plan for an afternoon run.
I think he means there is a difference between wanting to make a difference. Than setting out and making a inpact
Alot of people have good intention. How ever a lot of people do not follow thro with what what they plan to do. Sometimes it hard to keep your promises because life gets busy and you get tired out. I love my family and I love my friend and I want to treat them the best but sometimes we don't see eye to eye and treat each other kindly. It's hard to do the right thing or be patient when your your tired or frustrated
I think this quote means that there is a difference between caring and doing something. People can feel bad for Jessica and want her to get better. But they do not react to help. When Gavin wrote the article for the paper many people read it and felt bad, but it did not make a difference. Also I can relate this quote to real life. I am a dancer and we need donations for costumes and other things. Only some people really make a difference, by volunteering to sell food and organize fund raisers. That is what I think this quote means.
I think that that quote means that there is a difference between just reading something and feeling bad for them and feeling bad for them and helping them or donating so you can change. I think it means that because if you just sit around wishing you can help change someone's life but not doing anything it's SO much different then getting up and doing something to change the life of another!
I think this line means that there is a big difference from feeling bad and actually helping. A lot of people saw the car wash. Only what seems like half cared about what was happening. Even less donated or got a car wash. That is what I think that line means.
I think this means you can want do help somebody in need but there is a huge diffrence then making action.Example starving people in africa you might want to help them but are you really going to donate money for that cause.
I think this quote means that there is a deffernece between wanting to do semthing and actualy doing it. When you want to do something, that doesnt mean you will do it. When you actually do something it proves how determinded you were.
This is another way of saying that there is a big difference between wanting something to happen or hoping for it to happen than to actually go out and get it down, pursue what you wanted done.
Mr. Christopher A. Bunel6th Grade TeacherThompson Brook SchoolAvon, CT 06001