Do you feel angry when you serve people selflessly and they never say “thank you”?
Do you feel disappointed when you serve people selflessly and you don’t receive any acknowledgement and appreciation?
Do you feel disturbed on your schedule when you sacrifice all your time for the selfless help to others?
The below is the great quote:
“Be willing to do’ be happy to bear” By Master Cheng Yen
Once you are helping selflessly to others, you are not going to expect for any return.
Always remember that we are the one who approach people to offer our help, nobody forcing us.
Moreover, we should be gratitude to people who need our help as we can learn from them.
To understand further on our weakness and we get a great chance to transform.
The best gift is the happy and cheerful face for those who we are able to offer our help, to relieve their suffering.
You are absolutely right. And the timing couldn’t be better as so many of us do this around this time of year. Thanks for the reflection. I’m going to write the quote down on my chalkboard near my front door as a good reminder.
Great! May you be well and happy! Cheers!
OK, I know we shouldn’t … oops, that should word again.
OK, if we feel offended, it’s a sign it wasn’t truly selfless …
Now, back to business …
yup, its a great reminder to ourselves… Cheers!
When being good..remember the beneficiary is in reality yourself.
So wise. Cheers!
Thank you for the beautiful reminder! Too often I think only about myself when giving. I want to think about others.
Excellence! You are going to bring happiness to yourself and also others! Cheers!
One should help others only if he finds pleasure in helping others… not for appreciation. There is nothing called selflessness — the actual reward should be the sense of empowerment to be of use to others. Not many have the power to be of any use to the world.
Let’s tender our help anytime, anywhere… Make this world a beautiful place to stay.Cheers!
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Some awesome words to live by. Peace and love.
Thanks bro for your encouragement always! Cheers!
Your words help me stay on the path just like Buddha’s.
Thank you! Same vow same path! with metta
wonderful practice reminder.
difficult for our human need of socializing to get dissed.
Thanks! Let’s try to practice… Cheers!