A few days ago, I published Suspicious kindness, a post about how many people have trouble accepting random acts of kindness.
I was surprised by the interest it raised. Then again, I shouldn’t be surprised, because you Lovelies are kind people, and we share this will to make the world a better place, a little gesture at a time. The many comments got me thinking again about the whole thing, and I just had to push the reflection a step forward.
So in my last post, I was talking about how, in today’s society, it seemed that nothing good came for free. Or, at least, how that thought was our first reflex, when faced to a random act of kindness. Most people (I think), don’t believe that kindness can be totally free. You’re offering me a lift? You must have something in mind to make me pay for…
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