It’s always the little things that count and so many amazing social experiments show there’s more compassion in the streets from those with little or nothing than those with plenty. Knowing how it feels like to lose so much, to be hungry, to be rejected, to be forgotten by loved ones and the like. That enables the act of kindness, activates the dare to do unto others as you’d want done unto you. It’s beautiful how kind even animals can be to one another, a lioness catering or protecting a little baby antelope and the craving for predator and prey takes the back seat as kindness kicks in. You owe it to yourself to be kind, it’s not so much of any benefit to others when your acts of kindness are broadcasted or showcased seeking you praise and applause. It has to be done from a place of recognition that there’s a need you can meet. Not always monetary value sometimes little ideas also help like the lady who bent over to a blind man took his sign and wrote something fresh and different instead of the usual “I’m blind need your help”, she wrote a simple note that made way more people moved to help. It’s simple, “I’m sure it’s such a lovely say, I wish I could see it” Something in that regard and many felt the need to help. You can inspire others to help even as you can also do good every day. Imagine what life would be like if we actually shared and cared for one another without judgment or segregation, of our own free will. I’m sure life would be amazing, no one’s born homeless you know even though the homeless do give birth but no one’s born in a homeless shelter and grows all the way to old age as a homeless person. The rich fall and by basically helping someone in need today you might be helping yourself – you never know.

 

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