Doing the right thing is a good thing, but it becomes great when no one is looking.
In today’s world of personal branding and social media, “doing good” has become a marketing tool.
We’ve gotten to a point where influencers claim to raise money for causes and pocket the proceeds or build inauthentic personalities around what they think people want to see and hear.
You may think: phoniness is a harmless affectation — a facade. Who cares if people fake their motivations? Good is being done, and that’s all that matters.
But phoniness breeds anxiety, which ultimately impacts your mental health.
When we only do the right thing for other people’s approval, it has the power to make us miserable.
Let’s look at why creating a personal kindness habit is the right thing to do — for you and the world.
Heck, it could significantly improve your life!
Some points have a spiritual bend, and some don’t.
Take what works for you and leave the rest.