Just a little Pu….sh!

pushI agree with what John C. Maxwell said: “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”

Conventionally  people are created and designed to be loved, motivated, cuddle and to be appreciated, that’s the special ingredient which makes life fulfilled.

Due to the complexity of life, at a point one may be discouraged, to which the only option left is suicide, while other may feel just to admit defeat. But no matter how demoralized you may be, it is vital to understand the principle of motivation as a fundamental key for extraordinary living.

Through personal experience I have discovered that, all that people need is just a little push. It could be a little encouragement to keep them moving, It could be a little motivation to stir them up, It could also be a little appreciation to ignite their zeal to do more or a helping hand to make them feel loved.

No wonder Rick Warren said: “When you make other people’s problems your problems, God will take care of yours in turn.”

Life could be so hard-hitting and strenuous! But you can help someone find something that he had lost along the way, something he had once believed so strongly.

Love is the most powerful thing on earth. I have seen what it can do, and it can do staggering things. Sometimes I imagine a world where everyone knows love that is unconditional, knows that someone somewhere needs a little push, what a beautiful world it is. I think is right, that there truly is enough love to go around.  All you have to do is to share, help the weak, and defend the defenseless.

It is high time people know that just a call can save a life; a simple message can erase the pain of many years.


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