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Why Nigerians Should Avoid Selfishness And Adopt Selflessness by Yinksy09(m): 1:02pm On Feb 17
Selflessness is an important key to happiness, friendship and can bring about good relationships around you.
Many avoid this due to many reasons such as helping others but don’t get returned the Favour.

Do you think we should always expect the reward of selflessness to come in a Monetary form or it should come as a blessing? I think as a blessing because it comes when you least expected.
Let us not also overlook the fact that most happy people are selfless.

We should all avoid selfishness and pursue selflessness as a means to achieving a fulfilled life and a happy life.

Now let me ask you how selfless are you? Do you thrive to help others without getting nothing in return

My friend do you help people with something they struggle with or struggle to do which is so easy for you.

Take this quiz and see how selfless you are :


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