Why is it so easy to point out mistakes in others than recognising goodness?
Whenever someone does something stupid, people are quick to ridicule that person. If it was something bad (from a society's view), people do not waste time to judge. However, when there's an act of goodness, if there's recognition at all, the crowd is always smaller. Why is that in your opinion?
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