Showcasing the positive act of being good
When we think of being “good,” as humans what really comes to mind? Are we being good by doing what we think is right or are we being good by doing what we think others want us to do?
Though, it might seem complicated as there are a lot of definitions for what it means to be “good,” but the general idea is to do what is best for others and to make sure that everyone around us is happy.
When we focus on being “good,” it can often lead to us to doing things that we may not feel good about. In the same way, sometimes we may do things because we think it is the “right” to do.
The key is to think about what it means to be “good” and to do what is best for ourselves, our families and our friends. We should always stay true to who we are and what we believe.
In order to be truly good, we need to be honest with ourselves because we cannot be good if we are not honest with others. Honesty leads to trust, which is essential to any healthy relationship with others.
When we are honest, we remove the barriers that prevent us from being completely open and from sharing our true feelings. The trust we build allows us to be more vulnerable and to offer our help and support when needed.
It is also important to be honest with ourselves and our own abilities which we need to be realistic about our strengths and weaknesses. If we are not honest with ourselves, we may end up putting ourselves in situations where we are not able to achieve our goals.
Looking at it from a different perspective, it is not that hard to be good in most cases, we just need to put our mind to it. After all, it's not about being perfect, it's about being consistent with our doings.
Being good isn't about putting on a show or pretending to be something we are not. It's about being honest with ourself and with people around us.