I’m a Nice Person. But Why?


When someone asks me: Are you a nice person? The answer is simple; it is “yes”. But when one asks why is that? What is the nicest thing you’ve ever done that makes you a nice person? The answer is not as simple as it seems.

I don’t really know where or how to start.

I’ve done some good in my life. I’ve taken a Red Cross course to help but never actually got the chance to help. I’ve volunteered in a lot of activities, but I ended up helping myself. So in this case, I was being nice to myself.

I’ve volunteered in an organization that aims to improve the members and other institutions and causes we fight for. I guess that’s the nicest thing I’ve done so far and the most courageous decision by committing to it.

I never imagined being that person. I’ve grown so much and now I see the big picture. I spot what’s missing and what needs improvement and I seek to reach that goal. I’ve always wanted to change for the better. Now I got the chance to share it with my team to make our country better, developed and more tolerant.

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  2. That’s good. Hey, maybe you’ve helped someone and you didn’t know it! That’s always a possibility too! 🙂 I think it’s awesome that you tried. The more people who try, the more people who get helped. It’s a win-win. 😀

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