Arabic 101

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2) برأيك، ما أهمية العمل التطوعي لك كطالب/ طالبة طب؟ و ما أوجه العمل التطوعي التي ممكن أن تقوم بها كطالب/ طالبة طب، أذكر أمثلة تطبيقية توضيحية؟ (5 درجات) (200-250 كلمة)
العمل الطوعي من ناحية الجانب الإنساني ، إذا كنت أمتهن مهنة الطبيب ، ممكن أستغني عن عملي لمدة أشهر بدون ما أتقاضى أي أجر مقابل عملي كطبيب لخدمة الإنسانية على سبيل المثال العمل في منظمات أطباء بلا حدود ، و هذا من منظوري أنه عمل تطوعي إنساني أعمل به بدون ما أتقاضى أي مكسب مادي يكفيني المكسب المعنوي و الإحساس بمساعدة الآخرين و إحساسي بعملي كطبيب و من منظوري للمهنة السامية و الإنسانية كطبيب . هنالك مثال ثاني على العمل التطوعي حتى و إن لم أكن طبيبا فيكفيني مشاركتي المادية لمن يستحقها و بدون التفكير بأن يكون لي عائدا ماديا بعد ذلك لقاء مساعدتي للناس المحتاجين ، و على ألا يكون مساعدتي لهؤلاء الناس من منطلق التبجح و المفاخرة و التظاهر بالكرم لمساعدة هؤلاء المحتاجين . هنالك مقولة تقول " حتى تكون إنسان عليك أن تشعر بمعاناة الإنسان الآخر " . و أحب أن أستهل أكثر في الحديث في الجانب الإنساني فهنالك كثير من المنظمات الإنسانية المعنية بمتابعة شؤون من يحتاج المساعدة و العون في كافة أنحاء العالم . فيكفيني فخرا إذا كنت في يوم من الأيام على أن يدرج إسمي مع هذه المنظمات الإنسانية للعمل معها بدون أي مقابل.

إن الطبيب يعمل في مهنةٍ نبيلة ومن المتوقع منه ان يسهم للحفاظ على مجتمعٍ سليم وصحي. وذلك يتكون من أن يجتهد طالب الطب من البداية في التطوع والعمل الخيرية لصالح أمته وليس من دفع المل، الشهرة أو المدح ولذلك العمل التطوعي هو من أكبر الدلائل على طهارة فؤاد الأطباء فهم لهم يكسبون لصالحهم، ولكن لصالح المحتاجين.…...

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