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There are people in this world who adopt a child with Down syndrome and face all the difficulties and bring up a person. Or they spend all their wealth on animals living on the streets. There are people who own a physically handicapped animal from the shelter. They look at him with a thousand pains so that only one soul can see the house and feel love. There is a person who goes to the other side of the world and helps children who do not even know the language, and spends his life on it. My point is that if we do not do any of these, we do not have the right to call ourselves "good people." Because not doing evil does not mean being good.
May there be many people in this world who have a big heart.
We are all on different #journeys going down different roads.
It’s okay and totally normal to look at others for inspiration but know that they have their struggles too.
Be fully #grateful for the place you are at while working on where you want to go and make sure you take in all the amazing things you are bringing into this world as a friend, parent, #boss, teacher, leader, motivator, etc. 🔥
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Good people change the world!
👇Here are a few POWERFUL ways you can all change the world:
As minuscule as it might seem, smiling can have a big impact. Not only does it impact you, but also the lives of others that are both immediately around you and that you come into contact with.
People that often smile are happier and less depressed. In turn, they act differently than people that are always frowning and unhappy. If you think about a #smiling person, you also realize that they’re likely positive about life. However, this also affects the people around you. When someone sees you smiling, they feel happier than when they see you angry, sad or depressed. In short, smiling is infectious. 😁
It doesn’t take much to be #kind to others. Yet, kindness seems to be more of the exception to the rule these days rather than the norm. Be kind to others around you. Don’t think the worst of them. Think the best. Even if people have disappointed you in the past, don’t lose hope in the future of humanity.
We usually don’t live in the moment. We’re elsewhere, somewhere transported in our own minds. Physically we’re here, but mentally, emotionally and spiritually we’ve evaporated. When was the last time you were actually present? When did you look around with child-eyed wonder at all the miracles taking place? When did you last realize the fragility of life and actually stop to appreciate everything happening inside of you to keep you alive? 🤔
But, by being present, you can actually change the world. It will allow you to be more aware of your environment, people and things all around you. You’ll appreciate the heart beating in your chest countless times per minute, pushing the blood throughout your veins, or the lungs that are breathing in the air to keep you #alive, or your kidneys, your liver, and everything else that allows you to live life in this world.
Want to make an impact on this world? Want to change it in small ways on your own? Contribute to others. Not just your #money. If you don’t have money, that’s okay. Contribute your time.
Hate on this post but It’s true.
IF you work just for money, you’ll never make it, but if you love what you are doing, success will be yours.
You should never work just for money!
People work to earn money and make a living. That is the reality. If we don’t earn money, we cannot fulfill our basic needs such as shelter, food and clothing. However, you shouldn’t let money control you. Otherwise, you can never find happiness and satisfaction.
The trouble today is that most people work in jobs that they don’t like just to earn money. They think if they earn enough money to buy expensive cars, clothes, electronics and etc., they will be happy. Nevertheless, they forget one thing. Money can’t buy happiness. I hope you have that clear!
I am a supporter of following your passion and earning money through doing what you like. If not, you can come across with the following problems at some point in your life:
✔️You will never make enough money.
Even if you are the highest paid employee for your level in your company, you will still feel underpaid. Therefore, you will always complain about your paycheck and talk about how someone else is paid much more although you deserve that payment. As a result, you will be unhappy and unsatisfied.
✔️Frequently job hopping.
Since you are not happy and feel underpaid, you will want to look at other companies that you think pay more. Hence, you will find yourself job hopping frequently.
✔️Have more debt.
Once you graduate from college and get a job, you will work to pay off your loans. Then, you probably want to buy a house. As a result, you will end up with a mortgage that lasts for years and you have to work to pay off that mortgage. On top of this, you have to keep your life style and buy the newest smart phone or go to Europe for vacation. ✔️Become a slave to money.
As you can understand from what I said earlier… after a while, money starts controlling you as opposed to you control money and therefore, you find yourself becoming a slave for money. Don’t forget that money is not the most important thing in the world. Therefore, don’t put money in the center of your life. Go for what keeps you alive and excites you in life!
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In
Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, France, Netherlands, Poland, Russian Federation