- Tip generously.
- Don’t speak to anyone in a derogatory tone.
- Go out of your way to make new friends and colleagues.
- Hold the door open for the person coming behind you.
- Don’t throw away your old clothes and household items; for someone, they are as good as the new ones.
- Listen absorbedly to people’s stories without trying to interrupt too often.
- Write a positive review about a service, an article, a local business you like.
- Register yourself for blood donation camps; when blood is required by a patient, nothing else can do better.
- Share your umbrella with a stranger on a rainy day; and if it’s a group of strangers’, give the umbrella to them and come home soaked in rains.
- Crack the ice with someone who looks forlorn.
- Let someone with only a handful of items cut you in line at the billing counter at a mall.
- Try your best to cheer the spirits the first thing you step in your workplace; it may be accomplished by a joke, a compliment or spread of good news.
- Help a stranger who finds it difficult to park his/her car in a crowded parking lot.
- Make pen friends / e mail friends.
- Learn about different cultures; the more you know, the better you get equipped with a wonderful thought-process.
- Compliment a little kid who performed for the first time on the school play.
- Donate regularly. Make it a never-ending habit.
- Interact with your friends; it’s not important that your facebook friend list swells to 1000, however, it is important that even if it is a small bunch of buddies, you keep in touch by messages / phone calls and get-togethers.
- Express your love. Let it be to your spouse, your parents, your boss, your siblings, your friends, your philosophy, your pet… anything!!
- Become a mentor to someone who is shy to ask you.
Laparo-Endoscopic Surgeon. Med-Enterpreneur. Free-Thinker. Devotee of Lord Krishna. Non-Conformist. Avid-Reader. Bariatric Surgeon. Philantropist.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
20 ways to make world a better place
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