When you do acts of kindness for others, you are really being kind to yourself. Other people will do acts of kindness for you in return. Moreover, the Almighty will reward you for the good that you do for others.
When you behave meanly to people, you are acting against your own best interests, because others will repay you in kind.
Resolve to do at least one act of kindness for someone each day.
(see Vilna Gaon - Proverbs 11:17; Rabbi Pliskin - "Consulting the
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