"What's one time that you remember helping someone that meant the most to you?"
"I don't have a specific moment, but a lot of times in crisis mode, so, for example, you're in the hospital and you're able to offer a person comfort in their dying need. They've just been diagnosed with a terminal disease and kind of help provide assistance in their journey when it seems hopeless and to give them a little comfort as they digest that diagnosis. Things of that nature. I was a teacher, and during the school year you're getting a little frustrated teaching, but at the end of the school year, or a couple years down, a student might say, 'Hey, I remember when you taught me this. Thank you--I really appreciate this. This has helped me a lot!' So, you don't always see the fruits of your work right away, but you know you're planting a seed out there and hope that it takes root and blossoms."