“The things I value today are living, listening, learning, helping. Helping but not expecting anything in return.”
What am I most proud in myself? See, that has changed. A year ago I would have said all my material accomplishments. If there wasn’t anything material, it wasn’t important, but that has since changed. In fact, the things I’m most proud of today have nothing to do with materialism. It can be as simple as giving someone else the last 30 cents in my pocket, it can be sitting down with a friend and not talking, just listening, closing my mouth (I like to talk sometimes, he laughs, you might be able to notice.)
The things I value today are living, listening, learning, helping. Helping but not expecting anything in return. Growing up, when I helped someone, it was like a power play; I knew if I did something for someone, I can ultimately ask for something back. It was something my father taught me. A businessman, a very good businessman.
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