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How to Get Rich in the Kindness Economy

Kindness is a Mystery

Kindness is a Mystery

The value of kindness, consideration and empathy towards others is a valuable social tool, which isn’t properly understood.

  • An experiment shows that people can sense your attitude towards them if you are genuinely caring for them, even if you don’t show it by any visual cue or symbol.

  • Your internal feelings of coldness or warmness towards others, somehow reciprocate in others, as if they are able to read your good (or bad) intentions.

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How to Get Rich in the Kindness Economy

How to Get Rich in the Kindness Economy

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Kindness is a Mystery

The value of kindness, consideration and empathy towards others is a valuable social tool, which isn’t properly understood.

  • An experiment shows that people can sense your attitude towards them if you are genuinely caring for them, even if you don’t show it by any visual cue or symbol.

  • Your internal feelings of coldness or warmness towards others, somehow reciprocate in others, as if they are able to read your good (or bad) intentions.

Invisible Broadcast

In an almost paranormal way, one’s genuine and conscious appreciation of others, devoid of any impurity, has an immediate effect on the people around us.

It is an invisible broadcast one gives out, a vibe that one is vibrating with, an aura that glows like a light bulb for all to see.

The Wealth Of Kindness

Capitalism has made us only understand one kind of wealth, as it is only concerned with the ‘monetary’ economy.

Kindness and empathy towards others produce a different kind of wealth, which benefits everyone. Indifferences are quelled, and goodwill, warmth and support are produced.

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