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  1. When you do the right / unmistakable good, you always / often get the right good in return. To do this, you need to be able to distinguish between Good and Evil, and this is very difficult (Socrates).

    The source of numerous errors in people's behavior is described by the principle “we wanted what was best, but it turned out as bad as ever.”

    All animals have long and well observed the principle-to return good with good-this respects the important principle of fair behavior – this is the basis for successful survival and development. People even with this simple behavior sometimes have disorders.

  2. Most likely, you were not asked for help. In psychology, this is called – to impose the good. When you offered to help. They helped us, and we got what we got in return. You essentially took responsibility for his misfortune. This means that the person shifted the responsibility to you unwittingly. I decided I didn't owe you anything. Such people use kindness in their favor. They complain about life, for the sake of profit. They don't want to strain themselves and solve their own problems.

    But there is another point. If you were asked. If the person really promised to thank you, but did not do it. or did something bad. THEN it is a different type of people-cowards. In general, it is difficult for people to carry a sense of gratitude, a sense of duty. And more often, to get rid of it, they do something bad, so skillfully that you start to feel guilty. That's when a person's self-esteem increases.

  3. Doing good is your choice and your merit. Responding to your good is not your choice or responsibility. If they respond with evil, they will be punished for it.

  4. No, it's not. If you do good and get evil in return, then you are doing good to the wrong people. We must draw conclusions. No matter what they say, they respond to kindness with kindness, not always, but in most cases. All the best!❤️

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