The Power of Doing Good (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ivan S.

Founder & Owner of: Colourful Life Notes

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Nowadays not so many people are doing good. Apathy and negligence are taking a good deal of followers. Not to mention egoism – the root of all evil for me. This quality has grown considerably in people.It is being revealed on daily basis and it’s effect is essentially detrimental.

So I was thinking – Why is doing good so important?

1. You are inspiring others to do the same and others are inspiring other people as well. It is impossible to estimate just how big of an impact your random act of kindness can have, not only on your city, but also on the whole world. It can change it!

2. You are creating a better world. Being born on this planet with certain people I can’t see a greater purpose in my life rather than improving the planet’s condition and our mutual lives. I also fail to see how being self-centered and closed to the true beauty of our world has even the tiniest deal of meaning.

3. Happiness is tightly connected to it. There is nothing more beautiful than showing compassion and kindness when and where it’s necessary. For me, there is nothing more satisfying too. When you bring happiness to other people you can’t help yourself but feel happy too!

In conclusion, there is a lot of evil around the world but there is a lot of good too! We must remember that bad things are here to teach us to appreciate good things. It’s Christmas time, the world is at peace and every light in every graciously decorated house is a proof that the power of good is well beyond the power of bad!


Article Credits: Ivan S.

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26 thoughts on “The Power of Doing Good (1 min read)”

  1. The difficulty is doing good all year around! A challenge for all. There a price to pay but it’s worth it.
    So, I wrote a book to warn students about gangs called, ‘What If I Go? It was traumatic holding my protagonist’s hand. There’s a warning, its not for the faint hearted but it’s real. On World Book Day why don’t you try reading it and pass the message on, please? http://amzn.to/2mHa8gR

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