“Kindness can jumpstart a cascade of positive social consequences. Helping others leads people to like you, appreciate you, to offer gratitude. It also may lead people to reciprocate in your times of need. Helping others can satisfy a basic human need for connecting with others, winning you smiles, thankfulness, and valued friendship.” —Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., professor of psychology, University of California, Riverside.
3 months ago
Sometimes we cannot say that when we give something we can get it back in many ways. If we get back the reward we can be thankful to god but if not just be happy with what you have serve to the community. Actually a true kindness doesn't expect any rewards.