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Silent Thoughts – Benefit

19 Jun 2008 | Wisdom |  23 comments
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overlord

English Translation
In benefiting others,
we in fact also
benefit ourselves.

Original Mandarin Version
造福人群
就是为自己造福

Deimos Analyzes – For Non-Bloggers
Say if you are the boss of a restaurant, you treat your staff well, like give them good employment benefits or something like that. Happy employees performs well, waiters serve customers with a smiling face and friendly attitude etc. In the end, your restaurant performs well and you make a good profit out of it.

For those who are still studying, helping out needy friends with their studies and in the tutoring process, you would have also prepared yourself for the exams.

Deimos Analyzes – For Bloggers
Say if you write an useful article, folks who benefited from your article might be genuinely interesting in checking out your Google Adsense Ads.

Perhaps you sincerely commentated on like minded bloggers’ blog post, reciprocative ones are quite likely to happily return the favor.

Overlord
The image used in banner is from the game called “Overlord” in which the player plays the role of an Overlord, in which the player is free to choose a path of goodness or evilness. Released on the Xbox 360 as well as the PC.

Deimos’s Daily Reads
Are you going to purchase a console gaming system? Indra blogged about 5 reasons to love the Playstation 3 and why you should buy one.

Deimos’s Thoughts
In reality, benefiting others does not necessarily benefit yourself as well. For example you get conned by bloody con artists – they certainly made a good profit out of you, you get no benefit but lost much instead. Thus, scam awareness is very important.

Deimos Asks
Have you ever been conned or scammed before?


23 Comments

  1. 19th June 2008 
    2:06 am         

    levian
    said the following:

    during my college years,
    there are always people that get close to you
    just so that they can have your notes or whatsoever.
    but when you’re the one needing help,
    they will be nowhere in sight.
    it is kinda frustrating ..
    heck, it’s like “i’m playing nice, but you’re not even trying”.

  2. 19th June 2008 
    7:39 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @levian:
    That definitely sucks, it get worse if you land in company with such colleagues. 😕

  3. 19th June 2008 
    9:23 am         

    elezend
    said the following:

    Finally a silent thought that I know how to reply to on the comment ❓

    Anyway for the blogger’s part, I don’t have adsense so how is it applicable to me? o.o

    [Perhaps you sincerely commentated on like minded bloggers’ blog post, reciprocation ones are quite likely to happily return the favor.]
    True and because of the comment on the blog, other visitors might visit your blog too 😳

  4. 19th June 2008 
    9:40 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @elezend:
    I guess that is only applicable to Adsense Publishers then. 😮
    Well, if you have a means to monetize your traffic … 💡
    Useful articles with good SEO will attract traffic. 😀

  5. 19th June 2008 
    10:10 am         

    Vic
    said the following:

    When it says 造福人群, the first thing that came across my mind is politician. You should be seeing some good examples in Malaysia now, especially KL. Chaos~~~ ➡

  6. 19th June 2008 
    10:18 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @Vic:
    Politicians only care about benefiting themselves, nothing more. 👿
    Everything is a mess at the moment, perhaps it is time for a new gown own ment. 😀
    I heard that the states over at the east side is calling it quits. 🙄

  7. 19th June 2008 
    10:56 am         

    Marcus Hochstadt
    said the following:

    I learned that those who give the most value to others receive the most value in return. Am still working on that one though… 😉

  8. 19th June 2008 
    12:32 pm         

    elezend
    said the following:

    I don’t feel like monetizing yet o.o well, apparently I am monetizing using project wonderful but it isn’t too much :mrgreen:

  9. 19th June 2008 
    1:09 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @Marcus Hochstadt:
    The law of karma eh? What you give is what you get in return. 💡

    =======================================================================

    @elezend:
    If you have an incredible amount of traffic, then PW might work. 🙄
    http://www.projectwonderful.com/advertisehere.php?id=184&type=2
    http://www.projectwonderful.com/advertisehere.php?id=261&type=1
    Check out kawaiinot’s stats in the two (2) links above. 😮
    That is like USD 10.80 for all the ad boxes, deduct 25% get USD 8.10 😯
    Multiply by 30 days and it would be like USD 243 per month. 😕
    Not sure if that is enough to cover for the hosting expenses though. ➡
    =======================================================================

  10. 19th June 2008 
    3:02 pm         

    BaseGuardian
    said the following:

    @levian that’s normal la,
    when you got good stuffs
    many will want to be your friends la 😛

  11. 19th June 2008 
    3:44 pm         

    joshuaun
    said the following:

    now………..i make fren with my student, they make fren with me……….they listen me because of me, not my rotan!!!!!=)

    now is
    造福学生等于造福自己!!!!=)

  12. 19th June 2008 
    4:29 pm         

    elezend
    said the following:

    @Deimos I’ve seen an online comic site whether the bid goes as high as 25 dollars per day and occasionally 40 dollars.. imagine how many boxes that guy has and times with 30 -.-

  13. 19th June 2008 
    9:27 pm         

    Sameer
    said the following:

    😈 “A friend in need is a friend indeed” 🙂

  14. 19th June 2008 
    11:39 pm         

    Nicole Price
    said the following:

    Conned and scammed? If I start to tell you all about it, it will take two pages of comments. No one extends help to someone else to give happiness to the other person. Each of us does whatever we do because either we are compelled to do it or because we like to do it. The latter gives us satisfaction and happiness.

  15. 20th June 2008 
    12:04 am         

    ameo
    said the following:

    i didn’t got scammed before [ even worse ]
    i know you heard about on-line identity theft .. right .?

    well I’ve used that cafe to log on-line and 2 days later i lost my e-mail address with everything on it .

    the damn hacker – or whoever did that – used my e-mail to take over most of the on-line communities by changing the passwords through lost passwords form .

    so practically 2 years ago i had to start OVER and MOVE ON . 😡

  16. 20th June 2008 
    1:05 pm         

    levian
    said the following:

    @BaseGuardian
    n money .. too attract Many so called “friends” ..
    😛

  17. 20th June 2008 
    1:12 pm         

    elezend
    said the following:

    @ameo another good reason to dash out enough money to buy a laptop so you can go online at places that offer wifi 😛

  18. 20th June 2008 
    7:15 pm         

    Nicole Price
    said the following:

    There is a lot of phishing going on too. I have just heard about a fellow who linked to a log in for a mail supposedly from google and got screwed!

  19. 21st June 2008 
    6:55 am         

    Marcus Hochstadt
    said the following:

    @ Nicole Price (re your post before the one just above) – Whatever we do, we do it with a positive intention. That intention might not be “positive” for someone else, but for the person who did act did it with a positive intention.

    That said, whenever we are mad about someone we should first find out what the positive intention of that person was. That way, a lot of frustration can be avoided and things get easier, as I found out.

  20. 21st June 2008 
    12:02 pm         

    kljs
    said the following:

    I agree with this article very much!!!!

  21. 21st June 2008 
    12:44 pm         

    levian
    said the following:

    @Marcus Hochstadt
    well said !!
    most of us tend to jump at the first conclusion.
    but in fact, the person may did it with a Pure intention,
    n we could be the one “accusing” him/her for another intention.
    😮

  22. 21st June 2008 
    7:11 pm         

    amei79
    said the following:

    think positively, if one day u have been conned or scammed, mean that u have the value.

    By the way, if it is within my ability, i’ll try best to assist even though i knew that it might be a con or scam…no harm, we learn & gain the experiences, while the other parties get nothing,they only get the “output”, but not the “input”.

  23. 27th July 2008 
    9:12 pm         

    Hye Munar
    said the following:

    You are right. Leaving a comment to a blog might mean a reciprocated comment for you from the author or visitor too. Just by sharing articles in your blog, you help your readers and also yourself.

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