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people say: “good deeds expensive, do not waste.” These words mean little, good deeds are expensive, because it can help in some cases.
A girl doing live broadcast, traveling with her boyfriend, it was drizzling and the scenery was charming. Not far from the small country bridge, a little boy squatted on the side of the road and wept. Upon questioning, it was learned that the little boy and his mother had separated. During the live broadcast, the girl stopped to take pictures and post videos, hoping to find the boy’s mother and ask her boyfriend to carry the little boy behind the bicycle for a ride. When they were about to cross the bridge, an accident happened suddenly: a flash flood broke out and the small bridge was washed down by the torrential flood. This shocked the two of them. If calculated at the original walking speed, they happened to be walking in the middle of the small bridge at this time, then the two of them were likely to be swept away by the flood. The boyfriend said with lingering fear: “We are really dead. We almost were swept away by the flood.” The live broadcast girl said thoughtfully: “It’s not that we are both dead, but this little boy saved our lives. If we hadn’t had this The little boy was sitting on the side of the road and crying, so we happened to be walking in the middle of the bridge. What would happen like that?” A little kind deed not only helped others, but also saved ourselves.
Good deeds are expensive, and one time is enough to enjoy a lifetime. In life, it is impossible to have many “bridge encounters”. As long as you encounter it once, it will definitely inspire people’s good deeds. Using it will be enough to make people bloom.
After studying kindness, philosophers came to a strange conclusion: kindness is expensive because the chance of helping is small, and the chance of helping is great, and kindness is likely to lose its expensive meaning. The actor Sun Li once helped a student to enter the university. However, this boy did not consider self-reliance, instead he began to ask for more living expenses, even asking for money to buy a mobile phone. Sun Li refused this request. The boy became angry and announced to the media that “Sun Li has no good intentions, and the help is just grandstanding.” To such a greedy person, I really want to slap him a few times. To tolerate his unreasonableness is to condone him to bully good people. When kindness is used by others, kindness loses goodwill, and kind people will be hurt. As Sanmao wrote in “The West Wind Does Not Know the Face”: “If kindness just pays blindly, I don’t want this kindness.”
Italian politician Macchiavi discovered human nature. He said: “The more you give to a person, the more loyal you will become to him; in turn, he may not be loyal to you, and he may not be grateful for the report.” Woman, her husband died in a car accident, leaving her with her two children. In order to make a living, the woman went to find a boy whom she had met earlier in business, and he helped her and established relationships. Not only did he support her two children to go to college, but he also bought her two houses. Later, this woman cheated, and she said to the boy: “We have no feelings.” This is so unconscionable. I helped you raise your children and bought two houses, so you said that you have no feelings?
”Zeng Guang Xian Wen” said: “The grace of dripping water, the spring will repay you.” Is it wrong? Of course there is nothing wrong. The fault lies in the fact that “drip” becomes “big water” and “help” becomes “stealth”. If you pay too much, the reward will be smaller, because it has exceeded the meaning of “drip”. Just like giving charcoal in the snow, giving one or two yuan is enough. If you give more, it becomes a “benefit.” If you don’t give one less, it won’t work. Of course, there is no gratitude or reward.
Gui Guzi said: “The gentleman rejects evil, the villain rejects good.” The villain is like an unfamiliar wolf, and will harm people sooner or later. Some people are kind and selfless, and some are insignificant and terrible. “Promoting mien, fighting mien,” this is human nature. Therefore, good deeds are expensive, and don’t let good deeds devalue.
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