10 December 2009


What does it take to be truly, selflessly, and genuinely compassion? In my life, I have had the privilege of knowing only a handful of people with this type of trait. They exactly say the right thing, to the right person, at the right time to make them feel better when they are down. They are generous with their time and anything they own. They give you energy and the emotional support you need. Your problem is not just your problem. They will try to help you anyway they can. They value friendship the way friendship should  be valued. Could it be because they have a great heart; they are strong people and they can afford to support others anytime; they are bright individuals and can identify other people’s need; or all of the above? When it comes to that level of humanity, does it really important to be intellectual, have an open mind, or be involve in different charities and thousands community activities but ignore those people who you know.


linus said...

Another post that I'd like to say... Yeah I'm totally agree with you!

Daisy said...

Some people can be really pretentious and it bothers me a lot. On the other hand, there are those who are so down-to-earth that they even touch your heart more when you get to know them better(which of course takes longer).