Sunday Poser # 117

Welcome back to another Sunday Poser

This week my question is;

How do you pay any good done towards you, forward?

Paying any good, kind gesture performed towards you forward, makes the world we live in a better place. I firmly believe that any good done selflessly pays back in a positive way.

While driving, if someone stops for me to pass or turn, I return the favor by giving way to someone else. It’s the same In queues in grocery stores and other places.

Returning a smile is the simplest and easiest way to way to pay forward a good deed. Saying a cheery hello, opening the door for someone, and helping when someone spills something are really simple ways to help others. When I am helped by someone, I try to do the same. And the reverse is true too, if I help someone, the gesture is returned invariably to me.

Do you try to pay it forward, or back toward those who are kind to you?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section or you can write your own post and link it to this one so that I can find it.

As usual, thanks of visiting and reading.



50 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 117

  1. My motto is “make it easier for the next person” so whatever contact I have will benefit them somehow even if it’s just a smile. I don’t wait to be charitable just because someone did something nice for me.

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  2. I agree with a few of the other commenters in that I try to be kind and considerate at all times; I don’t think of doing something simply because I’ve been on the receiving end of kindness and I don’t look for any kind of return either. That said, I do believe that if we do recieve some kindness or considerate thoughts/actions, it does put us in a better/more compassionate mood so are more likely to act, but again, its nature rather than a deliberate act.

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  3. I try to pass on kindness shown to me… lately the world has seemed distant and cold though. I still try to start a kindness trend by letting drivers in to the lane in front of me, holding doors open for others, and smiling and saying hello. It really doesn’t take a lot of effort to do so.

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