A picture making waves on the internet speaks a lot about reflection of today's world as it depicts greed, love, envy, giving, and robbery being at its peak. Viewers have seen shared their thoughts suggesting we become more vigilant and smart seems the people we move with, fake friends exist.
In the photo two guys were spotted sitting on a bench, one in red t-shirt holding coca-cola and bread in his hand right behind him, while other guy joyfully shares his piece of bread with the friend taking it with sachet water.
Life is not always fair, it's in the hassle we caltivate all the other habits, sometimes you know too well the other party is robbing you but you give in to it not because you are foolish but to teach them lessons they never learn.
After studying the picture very well, i see nothing like being vigilant or smart, but rather see sincerity, benevolence, cheerful giving and love. We must learn to always give because it might be a test to greatness. I can see the guy is about to surprise his friend with the elephant bread and coke. Sometimes people try to find out what you have before they share what they have with you. If you don't mind giving part of your "SMALL" to them, they don't mind giving part of their BIG to you. Always be kind and good things will come into your way.
You don't have to be super rich before you help people around you, all you need is a good heart. Some people are really bad to choose as a friend, they don't give in any relationship but only to receive without giving anything. They want to spend all your earnings protect their own thinking you stupid. This mentality exists in every part of the world but blacks alone make it to the highest degree, our leaders are rich but they still fill their pockets with our little money, especially fake pastors collecting the small monies of their church members.
Those who take from you never get tired of taking and their habit has no limit, as it said in the Bible that; "One person gives freely, yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty. A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed", Proverbs 11:24.
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