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The dog you saved may bite

The dog you saved may bite

Remember, when you help people, they can either turn out to be helpful to you, do harm to you, or do nothing at all. So when you help others, don't expect to be rewarded in return.


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In this cruel world being good is hard. We often get hurt by others. The poison slowly corrupts our mind and make us something we dont wanted to be. Here I discuss how to minimise the hazard on the way to be a good person

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