The good deeds done with enduring self-loss are sacred.Some think that even if it does not help me, it will help someone else. Something that if it does not help me, it need not use anyone else. Differences in perspective are the reason for the difference in responses. Some do not necessarily benefit from everything they buy at will. The good is giving to those who are most likely to benefit from it. It is natural to feel sad about losing what you have gained. But it is the presence of mind when facing any loss that enables one to recover what has been lost or to overcome the loss.
Some serve others without losing anything. Some suffer their losses and stand up for others. But above all, some can even turn their loss into the possibilities of the other. The good deeds that are done, regardless of who the beneficiary is, are more sacred than anything else. Of those, God dwells.