Would You Pay For a Stranger’s Groceries?

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Have you ever paid for people's groceries? How does it feel to help someone in need? Or is it sometimes better to stay away? What would you do?

Being kind (helpful, indulgent, considerate, or humane) to others boosts your serotonin, (the neurotransmitter responsible for feelings of satisfaction and well-being). Kindness leads to many good things like better relationships, improved self-esteem, compassion, happiness, future success, and good mental and physical health. And don’t we all want that for our children, our families, our community, and the world? Reflection Line video.

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