Master Abinet Kebede received a gift of a car


Master Abnet Kebede, who is known for moving and supporting in various places, was presented with a gift of a car. Of course, doing a good deed will help someone. Thanks to the kindness of these generous women, the homeless man pictured now has something to eat. 


A person who receives a good deed or an accidental act of kindness receives help. A good deed not only helps someone, but it also warms your heart and makes you feel good. For the unemployed and retirees, this will be a worthwhile pastime. This is a social activity for those who feel isolated and lonely.


Helping others gives you a new perspective and keeps you from focusing on your problems. By focusing on someone other than yourself, you realize that you are not alone in the world with your problems. There may be many people with even more serious problems than you.


Donations can have a significant impact on blood pressure, according to a 2013 study investigating the association between volunteering and high blood pressure. Four years later, researchers found that adults over the age of 50 who volunteered about four hours a week had a 40 percent lower risk of developing high blood pressure than non-volunteers.


And generosity can have the same effect, according to a 2010 study. It turns out that the less money people donate, the higher their cortisol levels. 

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