How nice it is to get free help randomly? it can change your day. Life in the 21st century is demanding and can bring many people to over self concentration and self isolation from what’s going on around them. It is almost automatic. The demanding tight schedule that many people are living in and the constant attachment to our phones has brought many people to chronically ignore what’s going on around them. Moreover, living in a massive city can create feeling of detachment from the living population around you as a whole as it is to big and to diverted to handle with.
To be honest, seating in a main street of a big city and studying the people around can be an endless full time occupation, as so many different people are passing and constant change is happening. With all that said, the reaction of most of the people to that reality is to develop a small cycle of closed people which create the individual social cycle. All the rest of humanity and its life become somehow irrelevant to ones life. It is natural, energy saving and a mentally comfortable behavior.
Nevertheless, it is an extreme. This behavior is creating a mass detachment from the society itself. It creates small connection unites that are moving in the same space without interacting with each other. This mental stage is also negative in some aspects, as it inevitably develop in any individual mind a feeling of loneliness and detachment fro the society itself. It is important for me to mentioned, that this kind of social psychology is natural and normal. It is part of the side effect of our evolution into the reality we are living in those days.
Back to the title. can you remember a day in which you needed help with something and a random person came and helped you FOR FREE! it was not a big task and it didn’t took a lot of time, but what a nice feeling it gave you. If you cannot remember such a case, this topic is not less relevant for you.There is something magical in such acts of kindness. It is a win win that can give a good feeling that can stay with you for the all day. More importantly, it is a pure act of positive socialism and a demonstration of caring for the sake of it. In the reality, we could all use some random help sometimes and we all have this 1-5 minutes of giving it to someone else.
The free help cycle motive is very simple. every day, try to help a random person at least once for free and with a smile. It can be an old person that need it, a homeless, a sad person (sometime a smile and a hug is enough), a kid, a pregnant woman, a lost guy or any person that looks like it needed really. As we all need some help sometime, I’m sure that if you start been aware of it many opportunities will come. Why should you from the first place? what good does it do?
First of all you are helping someone else, meaning you’re making another person happier. We need this kind of behavior in our current society. We are so detached from each other that we forgot how simple it is to help for the sake of it. Secondly, it is extremely rewarding. Helping somebody else is feeling you with a good feeling that boost your energy, your happiness and can even give you a small boost your self esteem. You will be amazed from the reaction and thankfulness of people. And who knows, you can even make new friends in this way.
This cycle of helping is benefiting everyone, the individual that get helped, the helper and the society as a whole. Helping without asking nothing back is not a waste of time it is a door to the creation of a better life and better society for free. If this idea is spread and demonstrated in action, even people that do not help other normally will automatically start doing so. It is a natural psychological process. Try it and see for yourself (it rake at least 3 weeks to actually try it seriously)
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