Helping others has clearly turned into the exception rather than the rule in a world where a straightforward good deed goes viral. Not that we don’t want to assist, though. We simply forget that others have problems because we are so preoccupied with our own problems. We frequently believe that we should be the ones receiving assistance rather than the ones providing it as a result of this inward focus. While we don’t want to help others, we expect others to assist us. Yes, each of us deserves assistance. Even though we may be going through a difficult time, we are still in a position to assist others. Remember that there are different ways to get help. You can still help in other ways even if you don’t have millions of dollars in your bank account. Even the smallest actions can have a big impact. Kindness is never overrated, regardless of what other people think. Each of us is engaged in a different conflict. Being kind is the least you can do for others. Instead of criticizing them, assist them in realizing their mistakes. Help them make wise decisions rather than placing the blame for their poor choices. Choose compassion over judgment and love over hate. Choose kindness each and every time. Your time is one of the most priceless gifts you can give someone. Being there for someone, whether a family member or a neighbor, means a lot. It reassures them that someone is rooting for them, has their back, and that they are not fighting this battle alone. As a way to give back to the community, you can also volunteer your time. Participate in coastal cleanups, volunteer for local charities, or help out at your church, among many other activities. Your time can be used in a variety of ways to assist.