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A Helping Hand

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It’s easy to be someone’s friend when they’ve got it all together, when they’re walking in blessing and prosperity. Anybody can believe in people after they’re successful, after they graduate, after they’re promoted, after they get their big break. But, people need our support the most before they get their breakthrough. They need us to look past their faults and failures and see their potential.

Most times, people just need a little “push” of encouragement to keep them moving forward. We should always put ourselves in the other person’s shoes and see things from their perspective. You may have some good advice that could save them a lot of heartache and pain. Don’t keep it to yourself. Pick up the phone. Help them win. Maybe you excelled in a college course that they’re struggling in. Don’t sit back and think, “Too bad. They’ve got to learn it the hard way.” No, you can be the person to lift them higher. You can be their helping hand.


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  • Nasar
    October 12, 2011

    This is very true! I strongly agree with you. We need to help people on the come up and not always run to the finish product!

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  • Doreen
    November 4, 2012

    True it is wonderful to be there for the joy, and you also want to be there for some one to lean on if they need you, but that’s if they let you. Seems some only want you around for the leaning, and gone once they’ve nourished to carry on.
    Sad, but true have face this with friends & love time & time again.

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