It is better to serve (than to be served) (Part II)

Most of the time, we’re self-centered.
Most of the time, we’re busy with something else.
Most of the time, we’re not aware of others’ needs.
Most of the time, we’re too proud to do humble deeds.

Where is SERVICE?

Service starts when we are selfless.
Service grows when we are aware of the needs of others.
Service comes when we are available to help others.
Service emanates when we are humble to do greater things.

Keep on serving! πŸ™‚

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