Only good deeds done without a desire for reward should be respected.A traveler came to a village. He saw an old man planting saplings by the roadside, and the traveler asked him: 'You may not have had the good fortune to see the tree even growing at its half growth. Then why are they being planted so hard? The man said: All these trees you see here planted by someone else. They did so without thinking about who would benefit from them. They may have the thought that it would be benefit someone. I have that belief too.
Good deeds done without recompense are most honorable. The acts of those who do good by standing invisible will be more beneficial to society than those who make a name for themselves by exalting even the most trivial missions. When we proclaim our greatness, the sanctity of the deeds that cause it is lost. Is not the case of those who have to be victims to accept those good deeds also ignored? Wouldn't it be better to let them starve than to take advantage of the shortcomings and difficulties of others and witness the cameras and receiving a good name? Do not those who receive such gifts also have their personality? It would be more acceptable to them, to starve than to sell their self-esteem and fill their stomachs. Good deeds done without seeking any reward will be valued and revered in the eyes of God.