Good behavior may not have any monetary value. But it has the power to purchase million hearts and make you feel proud of yourself, at least temporarily, that’s why it should never be compromised or overlooked. Do you think the world needs good deeds? Or are you one of those who take life easily and hate it when anyone wants to correct them? In the end, aren’t we all on our own paths of learning?
The value of good behavior
There’s no denying that bad behavior has its advantages, but in a world where people become more and more disconnected from one another, good deeds can make all the difference.
This past weekend, I was having lunch with my family in Ernakulam and I noticed an elderly woman who looked like she needed help walking to cross the the road. One man took her arm and walked her over to the other side of the road so she could continue on her way.
The benefits of good behavior
We all know that good behavior can be challenging. Good behavior is about being respectful, courteous, and kind – even when things are hard. The benefits of good behavior are endless! When you behave in a way that is true to your values and stand up for what you believe in, people will see that you care about them too! And when people know they’re cared about, they feel more connected and willing to do whatever they can to help out.
The importance of good behavior
Every day we are faced with a new set of circumstances that can test our commitment to good behavior and patience. Good behavior may not have any monetary value, but it has the power to purchase millions of hearts. Start testing it today.
It’s been said that you cannot put a price tag on good behavior and I can’t help but agree, for there is no amount of money that can buy someone’s heart or their happiness. What is worth even more than gold, in my opinion, is your kindness and your willingness to be open with others.