A quote that I have found in "Understanding Services" is from B. Cole Bennett. "Recognizing and overcoming noblesse oblige - the obligation assumed by those in "privileged" positions to behave nobly towards those judged less fortunate - should be an ongoing concern for teachers and administrators of service-learning programs." I think that what they say is very true. Though when I read this article, I did not know that it was called noblesse oblige. I sometimes find myself doing this without actually knowing that I am doing this. I believe that people do this all the time without thinking about what they are doing. I believe that serving (noblesse oblige) is not a bad thing. I believe that you grow from every little thing you do. You learn from your mistakes and you learn from the people who you interact with. I think that these authors, who wrote about this issue, are right.