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Useful help

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Are you helping just for the sake?

Or

Are you genuinely lending a hand? If yes,

Are you ensuring whether the help is in a usable form and not a show off type?

Are you ensuring whether the help offered by you was useful to the recipients?

Otherwise why do we need need to help them, just to make them obliged?

Can’t do anything if the help is just a show off type. But there are cases when we oversee it. Even if we didn’t have any secret agenda behind the helping hands, we miss to shape it in a better form. Or rather we don’t ensure the quality of the help given. If we could think or imagine ourselves to be in that recipients’ position, the help will definitely be a useful one.

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Author: Akhila

Flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

100 thoughts on “Useful help

  1. Yes many times people help with a view to get it back with interest and even this is not done wholeheartedly.

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  3. I do need help.. is anyone willing I promose I won’t ask all these questions asked in the post…😀😀😀

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  4. ”സഹായിക്കാൻ മനസ്സുള്ളവർ ചുരുക്കം….
    ചിലർ മനസ്സുണ്ടെങ്കിലും നേരമില്ലാത്തവർ
    അതിനിടയിൽ ഉദ്ദേശശുദ്ധിയെ ചോദ്യം
    ചെയ്തിട്ടെന്തുകാര്യം….”

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  5. True…sahacharyangal manasilakki avanam oro sahayavum cheyyendath..allenkil ath negative ayi theernnennum varam 😉

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  6. I can totally relate this. I’ve a classmate who help teachers just for the sake of helping. She helps us only if ensured that the teacher is looking at her. Anyway, it was a great post to read! 💫

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  7. hahaha.. is everything conditional/ with some ulterior motive! selflessness, unconditional – are these meaningless terms?? Anyway, interesting post..

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  8. Such a realistic one!

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  9. Where did my comment go?

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  10. I think it become “help” — helping and returning help when one thinks of it as “help” in the first place. Why think that way, think of it as passing information, or co-living (if there is a word like that) if somebody asks me for something, and I have the information or the means, well I pass it on (or let’s pass it on) and forget about it… when it becomes obligatory, then it no longer become help. it become a power relation.

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  11. Great article akhila.we always want something in exchange if we do something for others.,I think this attitude is not good.it our behavior to help someone without explanation we just have to do service

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  12. Is it not serving the world in competenc we have is enough help ?

    Are not we help the self by helping others to gain a credit and pamper our ego ?

    If we feel

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  13. Yes, very true. Some people help others to show off or just to justify their relation. They do not do it for a useful cause. If everyone helps others when needed without any other hidden motive, how great our world would have been.

    Have a beautiful day, Akhila. 🙂

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  14. true. rather than focusing on what’s convenient and easy for you, focus on what’s the value added to the service you provide to the user , be it a product, a service , or a help like you said to the other person.

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    • thanks Sup..you are absolutely right.. be it a product, a service or a help, we need to be aware of the value addition..if no value addition, why do we need to help someone, just for the sake..

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  15. hahaha good one Akhila 🙂

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  16. Seriously, few people help just for the sake of helping and then expect same from the person, they helped until they realize that ‘tit for tat’ is so true a law. Good post !

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