Do you consider yourself a caring person? What cause do you support? Describe your level of civic engagement on a scale of 1 (apathetic) to 5 (very engaged). Use specific examples to support your answer. For example, do you do any volunteer work? How much time do you spend a week or a month? Do you donate blood, money, items and / or food?What do you think of the public statements of solidarity? Do their solidarity activities and statements influence your opinion of a person? Do you support any cause publicly? For example, do you post your opinions on Facebook? Do you wear shirts with the motto (slogan) of any cause? What are you never willing to do for any cause?What is the role of politics in social causes? Do you think that certain injustices or problems should be solved without government intervention? Is there a particular law that you want written, changed, or deleted? Do you personally like to be informed and / or talk about politics?How can you join an important cause? ( Chapter 4 in the book ‘Day by Day’ presents a description of how one can join a cause or help charities and do charitable acts Is it important to help, give part of your time to your community and do work or volunteer service in your community?Is it important for you to help your community by raising funds, donating blood, money, items and / or food? Why or why not? Describe your answer in detail.Is there a cause (or causes) that attract your attention (interest you the most)? For example, helping or being part of an organization that focuses on: pollution, helping after natural disasters, discrimination, the high cost of higher education, equality and human rights for everyone including immigrants, or other organization. What cause or organization is important to you? And because? Answer in detail. What Makes a Good Discussion Posting? Write at least three (3) paragraphs (at least 5 to 7 sentences per paragraph).Substantial- thoughtful, original, relevant and contributes to the overall learning of the group.Thought-provoking- stimulates thinking and reasoning.Logical, concise and grammatically correctConveys “your presence”- reinforce your conclusions with real life and professional experiences.