A person can help another person without realizing that helping is what they are doing.
Why, because helping can come in many ways.
Helping doesn’t necessarily mean mowing their grass or buying them lunch.
Helping someone could be a gentle wave or a smile when walking past them.
Helping someone could simply be listening to their problems, offering advice, and standing by their side through hard times.
One small act of kindness can go a long way.
You might not remember the faces of people that you have helped, but they will remember your kindness forever.
“A person’s most useful asset is not a head full of knowledge, but a heart full of love, an ear ready to listen, and a hand willing to help.”
Helping can be contagious. It can spread. As one person helps another, it can uplift others to go and help people themselves.
I hope that my belief will have a lasting effect on those who read it, and that you too will see the joy in helping others and do the same.
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