“Real service is given without any expectation of reward or acknowledgement. In this attitude we can never be disappointed and we will always feel fulfilled. If we feel irritated because we do not receive a “thank you” from someone for a kind act, then we did not do it out of a desire to give love; we did it to receive something, and this is not service; it is business. When we do not receive acknowledgement for a gift or an act, we should be grateful, for this means we did it for God. God sees all that we do, even if no one else does, and God will reward us more faithfully than anyone in the world ever could.”
Alan Cohen in, “The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”
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