Satisfaction comes from helping others. We do things because it’s the right thing to do, not because you want to get noticed. If us as a human race do things more often just because it’s the right thing to do, we will be a much better society. However some people might get satisfaction from not helping others. Some examples of helping others is helping the homeless, volunteer work and just doing a nice thing once a while can go a long way.
It has been proven by statistics that the people who love their work are happier in general. Also the same studies also show high levels of job satisfaction come with careers helping others. A good example of this type of job would be helping with the homeless. However most of them are crack addicts and just scam your money and buy drugs with it. They use smart tactics like begging for change for, food which they have no intention of buying food with. The only way to help out would be to give them food and shelter.
We all get satisfaction from different things. It’s up to the person and their personal opinion. Obviously there are some people who could care less. However one thing to keep in mind is that, almost everyone get help from doing things that are morally right.
I personal have volunteered in a soup kitchen for the homeless and I find it very rewarding to know that you just helped someone who hasn’t ate in days. A very good example of satisfaction from helping other is the movie “Pass it on” by Jon Dixon. It’s about how one person act of kind ship is passed on. It is a very symbolic movie. Every time someone does something good they don’t ask them to repay it back but simply pass it on and it shows through the entire movie how one act of kind ship goes around the world.
Satisfaction: Pleasure or contentment derived from such gratification or the fulfillment or gratification of a desire. We get satisfaction from doing something we need to do. But the greatest satisfaction comes from helping someone else who...