When Helping the Poor, leave your camera at home, Do you agree with this view? One would say you are not different from any politician out there if you cannot help the needy, the most valnerable group and less fortunate without your camera with you, thereby taking pictures of the event and broadcasting it to the world.
I have a strong believe and I think helping someone is an act of kindness which comes from deep end of your heart, even if you do it infront of you camera or selflessly, either way the most vital part of the act is to serve it's purpose. Moreover It has to help the poor. Make his/her day better, or his/her life better.
Presently I comprehend your point, accomplishing a magnanimous work Infront of a camera has a smidgen of deception in it. These things are not accomplished for anything to see.
Yet, doing it in isolation likewise has some sort of pietism in it. We do these things and feel upbeat about ourselves. We are here and there just taking care of our change self image. I would contemplate whether there even truly is something as a slefless magnanimous work.
These are things we can contend the entire day and never reach a legitimate resolution. Consequently center around the motivation behind it. Inquire as to whether your demonstration has made their lives any in a way that is better than yesterday and on the off chance that it did, at that point it doesn't actually matter how you do it.
In other hand one would vary with this idea and says publicizing your beneficent turn out only for getting perspectives and adherents isn't right. However, might be you will move others from your little thoughtful gestures. In the event that they see you accomplishing something for a decent aim, they can imitate your activities and spread some cheer around.
There's consistently a decent side and a terrible side to all that we do. your point, doing a charitable work Infront of a camera has a little bit of hypocrisy in it. These things are not done for the world to see.
But doing it all alone also has some kind of hypocrisy in it. We do these things and feel happy about ourselves. We are in some way only feeding our alter-ego. I would wonder if there even really is something as a slefless charitable work.
These are things we can argue all day and never come to a rightful conclusion. Therefore focus on the purpose of it. Ask yourselves if your act has made their lives any better than yesterday and if it did, then it doesn't really matter how you do it.
In other hand one would differ with this notion and says publicising your charitable work just for the sake of getting views and followers is wrong. But may be you will inspire others from your small acts of kindness. If they see you doing something for a good cause, they can emulate your actions and spread some cheer around.
You see, there's always a good side and a bad side to everything we do.
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