As stated by Plato----- the Greek
philosopher and mathematician, ‘Be kind, for everyone you meet is
fighting a harder battle.’
When you do a little good for someone (particularly
anything which is not awaited from you) not only it has a huge effect on that
individual's life but it has an increasingly superior influence on your life
also. An everyday example of this is assisting an age-old man or woman pick up
something he/she has dropped on floor or humbly offered your seat in the bus to
a tired out mom with a desperate baby.
Don’t you feel a sense of satisfaction and
virtuousness after performing such an act?
perception has at all times believed that when you support others, some of the benefit
transports back to you. That gratification has always been assumed to be sensing
good for all intents and purposes. By being considerate to someone for without any
reason, you can sense real pleasure, fulfillment, and harmonization besides
feeling delightful. The moment you perceive somebody’s smirk, or feel the advantage
of what you have done, you will identify that the particular act of kindness
was valuable which you will desire to do again and again.
memorize that any good endeavor should be performed without waiting for
anything in refund.
examples of caring acts are as follows:
--Watering the plants of your neighbour’s while watering
--Lodging a new plant in your neighbour’s garden
above-mentioned simple acts will enable you to assist Mother Nature in creating
a new life.
other kind acts could be:
o Embracing a homeless cat or dog and fulfilling its needs
of food, drink and shelter etc.
o If you belong to a well-off family and have access to a
balanced and nourishing diet, do endeavor to find some poor people in your
vicinity and give some share of food to them, in addition to giving them some
share from your pocket money.
“Be kind whenever possible.
It is always possible.” ~Tenzin Gyatso,-----the
fourteenth Dalai Lama.