Paying It Forward
Posted 02 August 2011 - 06:00 PM
A phrase used to imply or otherwise act upon the action in which one would perform a deed of good service onto, for, or in the favor of another person or group of persons with the sound intentions that the only thing they do in return is to perform a deed of good service onto, for, or in the favor of another person or group of persons where in which they should maintain the same sound intentions of the individual or group who performed a good deed unto them. This method of kindness is infallible unless met with a person of great greed and/or immaturity.Johnny helped the homeless man around the corner from his apartment with a fresh meal and a few dollars. Without any strings attached to this gesture of kindness, Johnny simply asked the man to pay it forward.
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