Having a good heart is one of God's blessings. Giving brings about as much joy as receiving does.
When people are told to be kind, they frequently assume that money should be involved. However, the truth is that you can help someone with something far more valuable than money.
A photo of a man assisting a woman who was having difficulty crossing a muddle paddle has gone viral and elicited a flood of responses on social media. According to what appeared to be the woman's sandals, making it difficult for her to cross the road without getting muddy all over her feet. However, a kind man came to her rescue and carried her across the road, allowing her to continue her journey dirt-free.
Numerous people applauded this act of kindness. However, some believed the man's actions were motivated solely by a desire for the lady's attention and had nothing to do with a kind heart.
What matters is that someone chooses to assist a stranger in need without expecting anything in return. This should be common sense for everyone out there. Without expecting anything in return, lend a hand.
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