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May 02, 2017

Your Kindness is Your Happiness

“The only ones among you who will really be happy are those who have sought and found how to serve” – Albert Schweitzer

Your level of selfishness will be increasing in a geometric form, if you always think about your needs before you stretch a helping hand to others. The joy of living is not on what we receive but what we give out. Anyone who disputes this claim only live in their own world of happiness without trying what is out there. They believe they are an island, but forget they consume 99.9% more than what they produce, if at all they produce. Want to prove this wrong or right, try to always serve or help people one way or the other, then live by your outcome.

Carl Reilland says, “In about the same degree as you are helpful, you will be happy.” We are all guilty of this golden rule out of ignorant. “If you can help enough people to get what they want, you will not be found wanting” says Zig Ziglar. The problem is that right from childhood we are taught to always receive rather than giving. The world will be better if we all believe in serving rather than waiting to be served. Always give what you desire to have. If you want people to always smile at you, you cannot afford to always frown all the time. Whatever you give always come back to you in multiple folds. This even makes more sense if you think about people who are truly wealthy around the world. They amass the wealth by helping millions and billions of people freely or for a token.

John Manson believes, “Each human being presents us with an opportunity to serve. Everybody needs help from somebody.” Helping or serving others is not about what you have, we all have what we can give out or what someone need if we are living and healthy. Those who eventually become the leader are those who are wise enough to believe in the principle of servanthood.

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