Never suppress a generous thought

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never suppress a generous thought

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In our cities so full of hustle and bustle it is amazing to watch how people are so absorbed in their own thoughts that they barely notice one another as they hurry past each other on the streets. As my family and I walked out to our car from the Utah Jazz basketball game though the crowds of people it really affected me to observe people walking past a homeless man that was begging on the corner without really even noticing him. It made me think about how in my own life there have been many times when a thought jumps in my head that I should stop and help someone or even simply smile at someone and how easy it is to ignore that thought. I was grateful that I noticed the man tonight and I was proud that as I walked over to hand this man some change, my son immediately pulled out his own wallet to make sure the man had enough to buy a hot meal. On the opposite end, I have had times when I did follow my instinct to help someone else in need and I felt on top of the world for doing so. All of you who have followed that instinct to help know exactly that on top of the world feeling I am talking about. Aside from talking ourselves out of it like I mentioned before, I think another part of the problem is that we wait for the really big times of need to step in and help others, rather than looking for the small things we can do every day.

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{Lifestyle} Never Suppress a Generous Thought

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4 thoughts on “Never suppress a generous thought

  1. It's always so wonderful to have good friends and then to remember to be grateful for them.

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