Help People & Make them Happy………….

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When a newspaper reporter interviewed a farmer who grew Award-Winning maize each year and entered his maize in the Agricultural show, it was revealed that the farmer shared his seed with his neighbours. Amazed, the reporter asked, “how can you afford to share your best seed with your neighbours when they are entering their maize in competition with yours each year?’

The farmer smiled knowingly and explained in a polite manner, “The wind picks up pollen from the ripening maize and swirls it from field to field. If my neighbours grow inferior maize, Cross-Pollination will steadily degrade the quality of my maize. If I am to grow good maize, I must help my neighbours grow a good crop too.”

So it is with our lives. Those who want to live meaningfully and well, we must help enrich the lives of others. Why must we be selfish and not let others grow and be happy. For the value of a life, is always measured by the lives it touches and those who choose to be happy, must try to help others find happiness too. The welfare of each one is bound up with the welfare of all.

Call it power of collectivity or a principle of success or Call it a law of life. The fact remains, ‘None of us truly wins, until we all win’. Know this secret as you grow older! In life, when you help the people around you to be good, you surely become the best. REAL HAPPINESS COMES WHEN YOU MAKE OTHERS HAPPY.

154 thoughts on “Help People & Make them Happy………….

    1. Hi Kamal and Kate,

      I can’t agree with you more. When people love, respect, help and cooperate with each other, they are much better off.

      United we stand; divided we fall. 🙂

      Thank you, Kamal, for your timely message. Happy November to you!

      May you find this autumn and the rest of the year very much to your liking and highly conducive to your being, thinking and blogging!

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      2. Thanks so much for your kind words and I agree totally with your words and Kate’s too. Our world is wanting all of us to be United and in harmony with each other that is living with happiness and joy. Thanks.😊😊😊😊🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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  1. Kamal, ‘None of us truly wins, until we all win’ … this sums up life! A beautiful post written with warm and tenderness, teaching us the most core lesson of life! We are all truly interconnected and the sooner we understand this the better!

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    1. Yes, yes and that is how we all need to be Annika. Unless we are in harmony with each other everything will nurture and grow to its highest. Yes dear we are all interconnected. Just because we have a body we feel separated but every Soul is connected with each other. Thank you so much for your awesome words. Love and Light to you dear.

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  2. I love your story Kamal! I’ve experienced what you describe. I’ve noticed when my students trust me enough to step outside their comfort zone to achieve something new, they flourish and it always sends ripples back over me too in unexpected ways. Xx

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      1. Dear Zaza,

        I just read it a few minutes ago. It is such a lovely and thoughtful message that you posted to me.

        I shall greatly appreciate it if you could kindly copy and paste your message to the comment section of my post at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2019/08/31/khai-khim-for-always-and-beyond-goodbye/, and even expand on it if you like, as I always appreciate your feedback on any of my posts. 🙂

        Thank you in anticipation.

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      2. Dear Zaza,

        Included below is your messagethat you just sent me about half an hour ago, and you are welcome to retype it into the comment section of the eulogy:

        Hello SoundEagle, your website is so impressive, I am fully delighted by what I see, hear and read. Your love story for you mother touches my heart, good son that you are still and you will forever be blessed for that. I was given the same experience with my mother, now she inspires my writing. Keep up the good work, sincerely, yourscribeforlove.

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      3. Dear Zaza,

        Hi! You commented earlier with the statement “you are welcome to transfer my comment yourself, yes?”

        It is all as simple as typing your following comment at the comment section of my post at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2019/08/31/khai-khim-for-always-and-beyond-goodbye/

        Hello SoundEagle, your website is so impressive, I am fully delighted by what I see, hear and read. Your love story for you mother touches my heart, good son that you are still and you will forever be blessed for that. I was given the same experience with my mother, now she inspires my writing. Keep up the good work, sincerely, yourscribeforlove.

        Since this is your comment meant directly for me and for the eulogy, it should by, logic, necessity and good will, come from you, just as many other commenters have done the same, including Kamal. And then I shall endeavour to give you a bespoke reply to thank you.

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      4. Hi Zaza,

        You only just did so and have finally commented on my said post. However, it is marred by your feigning stupidity, as you seemed to be trying to be frivolously facetious or even puerilely impish with your comment “So confusing…where on your site do I type my eulogy comments???” that your comment will not be approved, not to mention that the post is a very special eulogy.

        As mentioned in an earlier comment, you were supposed to be copying and pasting or retyping your original comment to the comment section of the said post:

        Hello SoundEagle, your website is so impressive, I am fully delighted by what I see, hear and read. Your love story for you mother touches my heart, good son that you are still and you will forever be blessed for that. I was given the same experience with my mother, now she inspires my writing. Keep up the good work, sincerely, yourscribeforlove.

        Happy Sunday to you!

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      5. On the contrary, the rudeness, or whatever else you would like to call it, is from you who put such an inane comment on the eulogy as yours with “So confusing…where on your site do I type my eulogy comments???” when you already knew where to comment and did it. Do you really want people to see such a flippant comment from you on special eulogy post? Do you reaally want people to see how you have behaveed?

        Thank you for giving up, Zaza.

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  3. My dear Kamal,

    Absolutely true – when we make someone happy, it makes us happy, it is like a boomerang, a reward in itself, when done selflessly without any compensatory return in our mind. In the service to man, there is service to our own soul included, service to man means also service to God. To share with others is, on the basis of pure spirituality, is a divine virtue.

    Thanks for sharing, dear Kamal 🙂
    A happy weekend to you, my friend 🙂
    Didi

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      1. You’re welcome, Kamal. In the monopoly world of the US, things can be complicated. One corn cooperation wants all corn farmers to buy seeds from them. One year, a farmer kept the seeds without buying seeds next year. His farm was set on fire and got everything burned.

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