The World is a better place with your good deeds

The game of life is a game of boomerangs. Our thoughts, deeds and words return to us sooner or later with astounding accuracy.
– Florence Scovel Shinn

Recently, I have heard on the radio this story about a local man and a contracting company. The man wanted to renovate his basement and create a “sensory room” for his autistic child where he can play, get his speech and music therapy. But as their budget was very limited, he tried to do it himself which was taking forever and costing him quite a bit.

A member of a contracting company who knows the family brought the subject up at his workplace and his boss, touched with the story, decided to renovate the basement free of charge for this little boy and his family, which turned out to be a project of nearly $100,000.

This kind of stories warm the hearts of anyone who reads it or hears about it. And even though it looks like an expensive project for the company – now very famous in the area and even in neighbouring cities – it is a priceless opportunity to make their name known and attract customers who are in awe about the incredible helping hand that the company extended to this family.

One or two months fast forward, the company’s bighearted team is overwhelmed with the amount of new business coming in, and they are on their way to make much more than they have spent for this lovely family.

This is how the universe works… The saying; “a good deed never goes unpunished” is rubbish. The more you give, the more you get. If you give generously your love, compassion, care, empathy, help, financial and emotional support to anyone around you, they all will come back to you multiplied. You will not only feel wonderful for making others’ lives better but will also see and experience an abundance of goodness, wellness, riches, good luck and good fortune with every little good deed you do.

You are a much better person than you think you are. Go ahead and prove it to yourself my dear ones… And never forget how easy it is to make others happy, as long as you want to. Doing good deeds can bring untold amounts of happiness; both for the recipient and the benefactor. 

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