What are reflection journals good for?

Your daily or weekly reflections serve as tentative explanations.

You can speculate as to why something that you have felt or observed is as it is.

You can derive your explanation from your prayer, something you’ve heard or seen, a book you have read, or your own reservoir of “common sense.”

Your journal allows you to change your mind and see changes in a few months’ time.

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For more,Mark Cooper, Reflection: Getting Learning Out of Serving, Florida International University

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