Doing more than is expected of you makes people indebted to you.
A truly good person is owed by many but still seeks more good to do.
With or without gratitude, good must be done.
That’s the good person’s attitude.
To freely give and to readily forgive; that is to be truly good.
Goodness should neither be demanded nor forced, it is a willing contribution.
I desire to be good to all, but how much can I do?
Right now, I owe myself some good and when I can do more than just for myself, I’ll share.
Since nothing seems to ever be enough, I’ll share anyway because somehow, things are not always the same. There is enough for everyone.
Why fight me, when I don’t share?
The fact that you are good doesn’t mean I must be.
That I was good since we met does not nullify the fact that I have a will.
If I chose to be good, must you make it a law?
Because I helped you once, must I help you again?
When I can’t afford it, does it mean I’ve become bad?
Everybody has a choice and must have some chance to share.
Atleast, hear it out, before you draw your conclusions.
It is good to be good and also to know that the good made a choice and should have a choice too.
Don’t be quick to condemn, things are not always as they seem.
Take responsibility for yourself and be grateful when help comes but don’t impose your burden on someone else and speak ill of him, when his hands are full.
Be relevant and helpful to others, not because of their gratitude but because it’s your choice.
You can play your own part and do some more, without expecting a result.