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Keep Something for Yourself

I was taught to give to others from the heart. My parents showed me the joy that can be had when you put yourself second. As a result it takes no effort on part to help someone in need, It’s a natural response of mine. I do not have to know the person to help them. We are all neighbors in this world, and we all need a little sugar sometimes, or just a kind word. 

We can give in so many ways. Sometimes one word, or gesture is all someone needs to get back up and keep going. It’s important to never limit yourself when it comes to how you can help others. Give your best and don’t look for anything in return. Most times you do not receive something in return, but it’s when you least expect it that you see the result of your kindness, at one time or another. 

Even though being self sacrificing can be very rewarding; it’s important to keep a little something just for you. Remember you must also be kind to yourself. Love others with the same love you have for Yourself. 

 

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5 thoughts on “Keep Something for Yourself

  1. Mm true. Self sacrifice is not bad if done with moderation. In fact, I believe the ability to be able to perform such feat tells us a lot about someone 🙂

    That said- It’s bad when you constantly go through it though lol!
    If one find him/herself constantly feeling the need to do that, something is wrong somewhere and this person needs help.

    We must keep in mind humans thrive working as a team and fact is, in a team, the best player is only as good as their weakest player if they do not work together.

    If the best player can sacrifice a little of his ego to go with team play while the weakest player sacrifice a little more of their time to practice? Boom, epic team dynamic and dominance in the game. Awesome!

    Working hard and sacrificing for the “Greater good” is cool and all but don’t forget to pamper yourself too, eh? XD

    Your pal,
    Benjamin
    http://www.projectbiy.com

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