Brownie points are good when earned selflessly[This thread wins a special prize for the June topic-based TOW]
Life has become a contest. Be it in a workplace, neighbourhood, within families or among friends some people are always in a hunt to gather brownie points. These points are imaginary awards which people receive for a good deed. Applause, a pat on the back, a place in someone's heart, or being in a good book is the brownie point one earns.
Some genuine people do well to others, but presently, the sycophants are around who utilise opportunities to earn brownie points only to encash it afterwards into favour. Such people are dangerous for society but just opposite to them, are the innocent little kids who never crave to collect brownie points to enjoy some privilege. Every adult must be a kid at heart then only they can serve others selflessly, or else a competition for brownie point will impact disastrously.
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