“Being-a- SosyalBen -Volunteer and Being- SosyalBen is some different; I always was said that. But, there was a moment where I understood that which I can never forget. It was in June 2014 in Diyarbakır ... the place of my first fieldwork experience ... I was trainer in the painting workshop and had approx. 40 students. We were on the 2nd day of a five-days fieldwork and had an event for recycling awareness. During the workshop I said to the children that they should also draw the recycling symbol and showed them how to make it, and everyone started to draw. Suddenly a crying voice was heard. It was a quiet, silent boy who did not speak too much and had also not communicated with me before. His name was Sait ... When I asked him why he was crying, I learned that he was crying because he could not draw the recycling symbol. That was the disappointment and sadness of failure ... When I showed him a simpler way to draw the recycling symbol, he tried again and succeeded it, and when he saw that he could do it, he was so happy, and me too when I saw his enthusiasm; I wish I could show you that image in my mind. After that day, Sait made every painting with a different enthusiasm. In every color, in every size… When I think now back, I ask myself, if that moment could change Sait’s whole week like this, did that week change his whole life? On that day, I learned for which goal we were striving by these trainings. I saw on that day what all we could change with a tiny touch.