Impotency #3

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True act of goodness is seen not read or said. It possesses you like no other. Your heart radiates with words that heal and mend.You give genuine compliments and share laughter with strangers and friends. Even when you thread on sour souls, you are never diluted, you outshine. Remember that one person that was good to you, that one person you wished everyone in the world was like. Did they bluff to you how good they were?

We all have something that we are good at no matter how little. Today is an opportunity to use our flairs to influence and to impact. No matter how busy or restrained our lives are we can still help ourselves by helping others. It could be in your room, work place, mall, street, hospital, studio or even in a park, you can project goodness. Give compliments, lend a helping hand, donate to charity bodies, sign up/apply for voluntary works, give positive advice, show respect and love and most importantly wear that smile of yours everywhere you go.

You can only be impotent in doing good, when you do no good. I know. I know it’s arduous putting yourself out there, it’s becoming harder to refrain from what’s not good for your spirit, but still bear it. I gain an exciting feeling that I want more every time I say to someone “you look beautiful today” and they reciprocate with a frank smile and a “thank you”. It pushes me to do more, honestly. That’s a gain, a good diet to my spirit.

It’s day 3 and am wandering what has kept you going, please share with us. Thank you.

#TheGoodInMe

Dyna Ekwueme Copyright, 2015.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Tony Michele says:

    ‘The good in me’ reminded me of Jon Bellion 🎶🎶

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  2. Dom Cochran says:

    Yes, it is these real acts of goodness that we need to practice. They offer a connectedness that transcends all the theoretical, political isms. Discussing human rights on facebook or other media, sometimes makes me feel impotent. However, helping a disabled neighbour is a nice start to the day.

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  3. ipeniwrite says:

    That’s true. I’m glad you read this🌸

    Like

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