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                   It is so easy to me mean, but so hard to be nice? Why is that? From what I gathered in my perspective is humans we tend to be conceited. We like to hear things that have to do with ourselves so, most tend to put others down without realizing what they are doing. If you are experiencing the negativity, just sit back relax and drink your tea. You can't ALWAYS change your environment but you CAN remove yourself from the situation. If you are the meany, try being nice once a day. One act of good can go a long way </3 I believe little things add up. For example today I went out to lunch with my friend, a man was sitting outside the store hungry he said he wasn't homeless but was out of work. I bought the man lunch and gave him $5 dollars. I think I liked the fact on how straight forward he was. Lunch for him was 10 dollars plus the 5 I gave him extra. That night I made 40 dollars in tip money at my job. That is more than what I typically get and I strongly think its because of that little act of kindness. I must say never do something just because you expect something in return. Don't give for affirmation give because you want to. I can't stand the people that record themselves and their "good deed" You expect people to see your generosity. The real heroes work in the shadows. 


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Comment by Hills on November 19, 2017 at 6:17am
Insightful ..... nice read totally agree 100!!
Comment by ScienceFictionJunkie on November 18, 2017 at 8:33pm
Very fascinating post! I think as humans we do tend to get envy of others due to something we dislike about ourselves at times, or that whole persona of its a dog eat dog world so I will do anything. instead of being supportive of that person who is being successful and being grateful for what we have. Sadly, I think society has contribute to that ideology because being successful means being able to sustain yourself, maintain a certain persona, and buying brands, etc that whole American Dream. Instead of the behavior of that person being honest, kind, and caring. It is like negative attribute at times especially in work environment.

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