Have you ever given without expectation? If you have then you know that helping others can be extremely rewarding.
Not because it makes you a better person, but knowing that you were able to make someone else’s life a little bit better through your actions.
We live in a world with so many distractions.
It’s easy to forget about the importance of helping others.
We spend so much time focusing on our own lives, our own priorities, and our own goals.
Why Is It Important To Help Others?
We are all children of this planet. So, why is it important to help others?
Though we may be scattered and separated, we are all connected.
We are connected in spirit, vibration, and the human experience.
We all have the right to be alive, to be considered, and to be happy.
What makes us great as humans is our humanity.
Our love and compassion. Our hope and generosity.
It is a moral and ethical understanding that is unique to our species.
People are generally good and it’s important to remember that. So, why should we help others?
It’s very important to help others because when we help others in need we enrich our lives.
We raise the spirits of those around us and the people we help. It spreads love, and that is contagious.
It’s the greatest contribution, especially when it’s without any gains or expectations.
Helping others pays it forward to future generations and makes the world a better place overall.
Helping others in need makes you happy. When we do this we cultivate gratitude and satisfaction.
Our blood pressure lowers and we find more meaning and purpose.
Helping others makes them happy. They get a sense of relief and satisfaction. It benefits society.
Helping others in need actually promotes better behavioral patterns in teens and young adults, teaching them to be generosity advocates in society.
It can make you live longer – Helping others actually reduces stress directly correlating to a smaller risk of disease and depression
It also connects you to others. You connect personally with the people you benefit, but you’ll also be in an ecosystem where you will also attract other good people around you.
Make new friends and expand your social circle with goodwill and benevolence.
As you can clearly see, there are many benefits to helping others. Start doing daily good deeds.
The facts about helping others are real.
The law of attraction is all about what you think and you feel, you attract.
Wondering how to be happy is a common thing and it can start by bringing happiness to others.
If you study the psychology of helping others, the happiness it brings will have a compound effect on your life.
When we put out more positivity into the world, it is only going to bring about more positive people, events, and circumstances.
The personal experience we get from this is a better mind and a better feeling overall.
Our sense of identity also gets better.
We are more than our vocation, our belongings, our money. We are givers and philanthropists.
Lacking a sense of purpose and belonging in the universe is something that is very common for a lot of people.
Without a sense of purpose, our souls and vibrancy are weaker.
Our souls are not as happy as they’d like to be.
We experience more lack and scarcity.
We don’t have something that is driving us with deep feelings and motivation.
Helping gives us a sense of feeling connected.
Helping others also creates a sense of belonging and reduces isolation.
We feel more in tune with humanity and the bigger picture. We realize that we can actually have a huge effect on the world, and that gives us more empathy and compassion.
A bigger impact gives us a bigger sense of purpose.
We spend most of our lives focusing on ourselves, our family, and our friends.
We stay within a bubble that only allows us to expand our circle so much.
It’s actually quite small if you think about it.
When we learn to cast a net to more people, more institutions, we create a bigger circle for ourselves.
We feel more, learn more, and do more. It gives us a wider perspective.
When we help others it promotes gratitude. We are more thankful.
When you see how much you actually get from people who have so little, your entire reality shifts.
Now let’s figure out how to actually take actionable steps toward helping others, whether it’s with money or without money. You can always do good deeds for your community or
help someone in need without money.
We can start by doing very simple things such as smiling and being friendly.
We can be kind and open doors for strangers. You can stop to help strangers in public with their cars.
Simply lending your ear to a friend in a tough situation is helpful.
There are many ways to help others.
Some need more vital help than others, such as those who lack the basic resources of food and shelter.
If you’d like to know how to help others in your community, you can help the homeless.
You can start by making care packages and delivering them in person.
You can also volunteer at a homeless shelter.
Volunteers are needed to organize food runs, food delivery, acquiring supplies, and getting donations.
Unfortunately in the United States right now there over half a million people that live on the streets every night.
There are so many homeless on the streets that the government doesn’t have the resources to help them all.
Shelters can get overrun and therefore they need more help from the community.
These are all people just like you and me. They have families.
They went to school just like you and me. For whatever reason, they ended up homeless.
There are many ways you can help others without money.
When we think about helping others in need, people tend to think that only the homeless need help, but that is not true.
Another big issue is for families who lack the basic need for daycare.
Those who make little to no money or are perhaps single parents.
Daycare is extremely expensive and many times these parents have to lose what little money they have by putting off work.
So, you can volunteer to babysit. Having some freedom of time can completely change someone else’s life for them and their family.
You can also help friends in need.
Our mental health is so important. Many people are very depressed, and because this can bring guilt or shame, many depressed people don’t ask for help.
On average a year in the United States over 100,000 people die from suicide.
On average, 20 veterans die per day from suicide.
These are normal people in your area who have put themselves in harm's way to protect our way of life. They need plenty of help and support.
Just by smiling and lending a helpful ear, you can transform their lives.
With no money, there are meaningful ways to help others.
Our community needs plenty of help in many different areas.
There are many creative ways to help others, shape our community in a positive way, and give some love.
Elderly homes need help.
These are people who have worked hard their whole lives, raised families, and could now use extra assistance.
They need assistance with general companionship, classes, and activities, as well as mobile assistance.
Schools are always in need of help and volunteers.
There’s always donation drives to get more school supplies, teachers, and events.
Volunteer at a local school near you.
Free yoga and meditation in the park is a great way to bring mindfulness and gratitude to the community.
Offer your professional services for free if you think it might be of use to other people.
Helping and giving to the community without asking for anything in return is a beautiful way to create more meaning in your life.
As well, it passes on more love and caring to the world, which we need more of.
Kindness is contagious. Like Mother Teresa said, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”
You can perform daily good deeds. It will fast track more meaningful ways to help others.
Here is a list of how you can do a good deed a day.
Buy a random gift for a close family member or friend.
Write a thank-you note to someone.
When cooking or baking, make a double batch and give it to a neighbor or share it with work colleges.
Find unused items in your house and donate them to a charity shop.
Organize and cook a family meal.
Pick up trash from the sidewalk.
Help someone carry heavy grocery bags walking the same direction as you.
Hold the door open for a stranger.
Praise a colleague or a friend for doing something good.
Help a stranger carry their heavy item up the stairs.
Allow someone behind you, with only one or two items, to go ahead of you when queuing by the till.
Give up your bus or train seat to an elderly person or pregnant woman.
Buy an extra item while doing your grocery shopping and place it in the food donation bin instore.
Pay for the person behind you at the drive-thru.
Doing good deeds a day will get you started on a great path, and you will soon discover the power of giving.
Credits to Mr. Pau Gunter💕👌