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At what point should we help and to whom should we help?


We can help at any time, provided that the person accepts our help. We should help as far as possible to all those who ask us for help; this is what we call human mercy. When a person asks us for help, we know that this is always the right moment to help him.
When a person did not ask us for anything, and we sincerely believe that the ideal moment has come to help him, we can approach him and say that we want to help him, that we can offer him something and sincerely believe that it will help him. On the other hand, before talking to him, you need to make sure that we are ready to accept the possibility of his refusing to help us. If we feel that we cannot accept this refusal, then this means that we are not ready to help him. This is not the right moment, because we have too many expectations. We are too powerful and intrusive.
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At what point should we help and to whom should we help?

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