DID YOU KNOW?
In these times, no matter what subject you may have interest in or have opinion on there is hardly ever anything you can definitively put your finger on as true and accurate. There is a point- counterpoint on everything. No matter how many people say something is bad for you, one can find just as many people who will say the same thing is good for you. No matter how many people say something is true you can find just as many who say it is false.
We live in times of chaos and uncertainty and usually gravitate whichever direction that comes closest to justifying our perceptions of what we believe to be reality. Discerning the actual truth becomes a very frustrating exercise in mental chess. But there are certain things that can be identified as an “absolute truth”. Water is wet, the sky is high, food keeps us alive and shelter keeps us dry.
One absolute truth that we all can engage in is helping others is beneficial to your soul. It doesn’t matter what status in life you may exist in or what resources you may have at your disposal, we are all blessed with the capacity to help others. You don’t have to be wealthy to give.
The smallest gestures of goodwill can have the most profound effects. Shoveling a sidewalk, cutting your neighbors grass, helping someone change a tire, holding a door for someone, helping someone carry their groceries or just being friendly to a stranger in need of friendship can change the outlook of those otherwise living in chaos and uncertainty.
As we wait for governments to clean up their chaos, the GCR/RV to readjust the global financial systems and humanity to awaken in the populous of the world we should all be doing our own individual part in making the world a better place.
It is the small things accumulated that make the bigger things possible. Do what you can when you can with what you have at your disposal. A smile, a kind gesture or action doesn’t cost you anything and is always beneficial to both parties. You may find yourself surprised at how life becomes clearer and more livable when you act selflessly.
You don’t need superpowers to be a hero. You don’t even have to have a heroic job. Small, kind acts can bring great happiness to others. A moment of your time can bring sunshine to anyone’s cloudy day, making you’re their hero, even for just a moment.