Have you ever thought about what it feels like to make another person happy and smile from the small thing you to them but in their heart, it's a big thing? Well in this article we are going to make a challenge where we will try to make at least one person smile every day and change the world.
In a video shared online by Jalas, he described what we always see in our daily activities but tend to think it's normal but it's not. He gave an example with those guys selling stuff on the roadside under the scorching sun having sold nothing but only getting rejections from buyers and many turning their heads away.
In this video, he encourages the need of us to make a person smile even if it's by buying something from them regardless you need it or not. This was a very kind act that will make many smiles and encourage their hard work.
In the comments section, netizens have reacted to what Jalas did to that guy some saying that God will bless him for making other people's days. Here is a section of those comments from the video shared on Youtube.
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