This principle believes that as a community, we all have the opportunities to be part of a society that works together for the common good and well-being. In studying theology this semester, I began realizing that it seems like we are all given a purpose by God to follow in his footsteps and carry out the works that he had set in place, those being the Catholic Social Teaching principles. By choosing occupational therapy as a career path, I am completing this specific principle because we center our practices around the clients and their needs, desires or likes.
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