People help people who helped them
Be good. Show love, empathy, understanding, and comfort. The best deeds don’t need a monetary transaction. When you act in a moral way it rubs off on others. Have you ever walked into a room and spotted a warm hearted person you gravitate to? It’s people who have empathy you immediately see. People who are welcoming regardless of status or rank.
It’s not hard to be welcoming. A helping hand, a hand shake, allowing someone to have your seat, giving space in a line, noticing a new face in the room and welcoming them… small things matter. People remember good deeds and one day you might need to cash in those deeds. It’s not a bad thing to do, going around sowing good deeds for future assistance.
One day you too may need help, and if they’re people from your past who can return a deed the rewards can be amazing. We do not entrap people into giving back our deeds… because life has an amazing way of connecting the dots of future and past occurrences, and you could benefit from having a good heart.
How to develop a good heart
If you can share, donate, or assist someone do it. People remember a good hearted person.
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Great ideas! Thanks.