“If you haven’t any charity in your heart, you have the worst kind of heart trouble.”Bob Hope
Of course, we should never do an act of kindness to gain from it. We should always be kind because it’s the right thing to do. Kindness makes us happier. When we do something kind for someone else, we feel good. On a spiritual level, many people feel that this is because it is the right thing to do and so we’re tapping into something deep and profound inside us that says, “This is who I am.” We all know that we like people who show us kindness. This is because kindness reduces the emotional distance between two people, so we feel more “bonded.”
I simply chose to spend a solitary day to put time in consideration and see the arrival on that venture, will that kindness sound or not really. So I start doing things, In the morning I made tea for my family and served them. I felt great in the wake of doing this. Then I left for office and in the transport I gave my seat to an old lady since I was the youthful and can figure out how to stand. She thanks me and gave me Dua. :) Then while entering in the office I said slam to the guards. During my lunch break I came to know that one of my friend had not brought his food today so I called him in the dining hall and told him to come and eat with me.
When we’re kind, we inspire others to be kind, and it actually creates a ripple effect that spreads outwards to our friends’ friends’ friends — to three degrees of separation. Just as a pebble creates waves when it is dropped in a pond, so acts of kindness ripple outwards, touching others’ lives and inspiring kindness everywhere the wave goes.