Aug. 21 – Daily Reflection

The true measure of an individual is how he treats a person who can do him no good.
– Ann Landers

Magnifying small sacrifices

How do you treat people who cannot (or choose not to) repay you for the good things that you have done for them? Do you hold a grudge, speak ill of them, or constantly keep score? Think about a homeless man in need of a hot meal, the elderly woman who cannot open the door by herself at the store, or a lost child. Probably none of these individuals could equally compensate you for any sacrifices you make on their behalves. There remains but two choices–help or ignore. Our minds easily jump to putting them out of our minds and going about our days. But imagine the good you could do if you took a small moment of your time or the change out of your pocket. Such a small sacrifice (from your perspective of course), could have a 10-fold positive impact!


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Published: August 21, 2013, 07:35 | 1 Comment on

Aug. 21 – Daily Reflection

Category: Daily Reflections

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Aug. 21 – Daily Reflection

  1. Susan Young says:

    We should all practice Random Acts of Kindness with a smile on our face. Thanks for the reminder.

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