When we use the word «benevolence,» we frequently refer to the ability to love, the ability to forgive, and the desire to help others. Frequently, you will hear the phrase «thank you, you are very nicely» after helping an elderly person cross the street, offering an older person your seat on a bus, or giving candy to a young child. Yes, of sure, all of these nice deeds merit praise. Another sign of kindness is showing respect for senior citizens.
Another example of kindness is having respect for and a caring attitude toward youngsters. It’s improbable that any of us has never encountered one of these people. What did you do in this situation if you did meet? Let me draw your attention to a scenario that occurred in America before I tell you whether such a case occurred or not or ask you to consider what you would do in such a situation.
On her way to college, Kelly used to travel down the same street each day. He ran into Tom, the same boy, every day. Tom slept on the streets since he had no place to call home. Kelly often walked by without noticing until the day she ran into him in the same cafeteria.
He attempted to assist by paying for it after realizing that he needed to buy anything but lacked the necessary funds. They conversed and got to know one another during the course of the meal.
Tom talked about his hopes, his youth, and his time as a student. He was now homeless and broke. After a protracted discussion, Kelly hurried off to college. She couldn’t wait to see the piece of paper with Tom’s writing on it. She eventually located it and read it.
Tom thanked Kelly for her generosity, which had given him the will to carry on with his regular life.
This true story demonstrates how being kind can be beneficial in more ways than one, including putting someone on the correct road in life.