Being interested not just interesting

interested is not just a word , it has a lot of things , the care the love, you gave some other person ,i have read the book “How to win Friends and influence people” https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/WwLnkf8TPq83H6qggwff, and it give me something that:the most important and capturing point is that you take care of people, not being interesting your self because it automatically being interested yourself in front of other people, without a caring of sense , there can be no sense of community , love and care for others no matter human or animals without any expectation,

If you want others to like you, if you want to develop real friendships, if you want to help others at the same time as you help yourself, keep this principle in mind: “Become genuinely interested in other people”.

i learned from this quotation that: if you really wants others like you , you must give time to others , knowing most about your friends like their date of birth , their life events , it seems like your care your loved ones , as you know the most about their life and all of these things give surprise of the people around you and eventually they take care of you , you become interesting automatically and it make happy of you and your loved ones , your friends :)

it was really good to read this , because it emphasizes on the basic need of the society and that is becoming genuinely interested in others.

Now in real life we apply all of thees without any hesitation , if i am talking about my life experience , it shows that if i wants to make friends , true relationship , spend time with others , know more and more about their life events and the things which make them happy , if i wish my friend on his birth day at 12:am it make her feeling special and happy , as i remember her birthday ,

“true relationship stay forever beyond words, beyond distance, and beyond time”

so being interested is not a little thing it leads you to a big thing being interesting which everyone wants the most :)

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