What’s motivating us for giving?

Just prior to the Christmas season, I received just before Christmas, I received a Facebook reminding me to donate from an organization that I have a good relationship with and has been dedicated to helping cancer patients who are poor for the past more than 25 years. I replied immediately, and said I’d like to contribute something. I was sincere in my reply Since the loss of the battle with cancer to my mom, I’ve been trying to be a tiny donor to this charity.

After one month, it occurred to me that I’d completely lost track of these things. There was plenty happening at the close of the year. That is what I was telling myself while fighting back the sharp pain of guilt – and the pain. It was as if I failed to bring Ma and the team down. What could make me so rude? Was I really thinking?

It’s true that I didn’t think in any way. As I was berating myself I picked up my phone, the good-for-nothing adult toy. It was immediately apparent to me that our phones and their noise have us sucking our brains each day, and we look at the screens.

There are many ways to are distracted and lost in the modern world that is awash with uncertainty and confusion. However, the most tragic thing is that it all hinders us from our goal and path of giving and sharing to make an impact. We are entangled in our own cocoons of comfort and forget what we were created to achieve and to be. What can we do to avoid this? I started to think about the major obstacles that get to the way of my best intentions and the various strategies we could employ to remain on track.

A Wandering Mind

In addition to all the external interruptions, such phones and other distractions that are not on our phones the mind has the ability to wander off without prompting. In a study that involved more than 2,250 people, two Harvard psychologists discovered that we spend about 47 percent of our day with our minds wandering. It’s something that’s regular and routine that we don’t even notice it. The research that could fill an entire space also shows that our minds are constantly distracted and greatly impact our memory and attention in a negative way.

The positive thing is that you are able to control your thoughts and focus. Additionally, it is helpful to remember that a lot interruptions in our lives are planned and are often designed to prevent us from thinking critically and questioning authority or even being functional.

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What could we do to protect our brains? Set aside a few minutes each day to do yoga, breath and meditation with a mindful focus. These techniques can aid in achieving a calm of mind and focus on most important aspects of life. Make sure to keep your phone off when you’re trying to focus or work on something crucial. Create lists of tasks to make sure you are meeting your deadlines and obligations. A good morning routine often allows us to accomplish more work without having distractions.

Financial Insecurities

The last few years have been financial hazard for large amounts of people, not just in India but all over the world. As the pandemic has forced the economy to slow, jobs securities have been hard hit and we are trying to preserve the things we have with a uncertain future. In this situation it’s not unexpected that many of us don’t want to sell our hard-earned cash easily.

However, until the point when you can make a contribution with money and time, you are able to continue to give. Be aware of opportunities for volunteering your time and expertise There are many volunteer organizations in India which encourage you to help by teaching, accounting, as well as other professional skills. Of of course, there are things like books, clothes blankets, utensils, blankets electronic devices and so on. that ease the stress of many.


There is a huge chance deficit among the very best of us. In reality, having a positive outlook on life is difficult to maintain in a time when it seems as if that the world is coming to an end. With social media promoting an unhealthy sociopathic attitude and the lack of strong role models in a world where me first Many of us have lost the motivation to taking part in the good of society.

It’s not difficult to sink into self-doubt, and think that the smallest amount that we can do, makes the difference.

But, optimism is essential to survive. Being caught in a tunnel of despair and uncertainty is destructive to our self. The choice to live a life of happiness each day is a habit to cultivate. Research has revealed, socially connected (not just on the internet as well as in the real world) and giving back can be very rewarding emotionally. This is a method that can help us escape the constant downward spiral of anxiety and despair and offer new opportunities.

In an experiment conducted by researchers from the National Institutes of Health discovered the following “when people give to charities, it activates regions of the brain associated with pleasure, social connection, and trust, creating a ‘warm glow’ effect”. Scientists believe that giving to charity creates endorphins within the brain, which triggers a positive emotion called the ‘helper’s boost’. Giving back boosts our health, increases relationships with others and inspires gratitude. Did you have the knowledge that giving is infectious?

What is the best bug to pick up and spread in the coming year?

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