It’s Great To Help


Don’t you just love that warm fuzzy feeling you get when you help someone out! If it was a job i’d be richer than ever. I don’t go searching for the chance to help but it always seems to appear, just before your eyes.

Like taking that photo for the sweet young couple. Giving a jump-start to the travellers van. Bringing the little old ladies shopping up the steps. Each little effort makes me skip a little lighter in my step.

I notice it more when i’m on the road though. When i’m surrounded by strangers who i’ve yet to get acquainted with. It’s sweet how the conversation can flow with information of where, what, who and how?

But you see it and you feel it when someone can help. When they’ve figured out somehow to make your day that bit brighter or lighter. They’re just trying to do their bit.

It’s all the small and good deeds we do. The Karma that we’re building.

And we ask for nothing in return except that warm fuzzy feeling.


About the chameleon traveller

Since 1999 I've been travelling between Australia, Europe and South East Asia!!! and Still going Strong.. After 15 years of travels there's a backpack full of photos and a van load packed with stories that need to be shared. Not to mention the future adventures that are always just around the corner!!! Come Join Me!!
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2 Responses to It’s Great To Help

  1. Hi Tim. Thanks for the sweet comment 😀 Follow my blog if you like and you can read more of my beautiful adventures. Say hi to Bob n Rex for me too😊


  2. tim says:

    Nice blog TCT ! I speacialy like this post ! Enjoy your travel and keep post beautiful things in your blog.
    Tim (bob’s friend)


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