31 March 2015

Kindness

When you're rich, people want to be with you, not because they want you, but because they want your money. When you're popular, people want to be with you, not because they want you, but because they want your fame. When you're good at something, people want to be with you, not because they want you, but because they want to take advantage of that thing you're good at.


However, when you're kind to them and show them that you care about them, people want to be with you. It's not because they want your money, your popularity, or the thing you're good at. They just do want you because you're an interesting person and they feel comfortable when they're with you.

The best thing you can do is to be kind to others. Let kindness be your value. When you have kindness, the reward is the right people who will like you for who you really are.

2 comments:

Dewi Natalia said...

Nice Wilz! I love to read your blog post!

Anonymous said...

It is poor. Some people only want to take advantage of you. Once help is given, you are no longer useful. Others will stick to you. Humankind tends to be more supportive when things go wrong, whereas envy arises when things go great. Havent you noticed it?