This should be everyone’s daily motivation everywhere.
During the war in Japan, this boy was seen carrying his dead brother on his back to bury him. A soldier saw him and asked him to throw the dead child so he wouldn’t get tired.
“He ain’t heavy,” he said, “he’s my brother!”
And the soldier began to cry.
Since then, this image has become a symbol of Japanese unity.
HE AIN’T HEAVY, HE’S MY BROTHER! Let this be our watchword.
Lift your brother up if he stumbles, assist him if he is exhausted, and encourage him if he is discouraged.
In a world ruled by selfish beings who only think about themselves, this may seem weird.
We’ve been taught that leaders are readers, but leaders are also “reachers,” as I’ve discovered.
Make contact with others.
Assist those whom you are able to assist.
Make the perfect connection for people.
Today, put a smile on someone’s face.
“I am because you are,” says the narrator.
PS: Instead of making them a matter of conversation, go for that backsliding brother or sister and see if he or she can be restored.
If people hold one other’s hands and support each other, the world will be a better place… Keep an eye on your brother and sister. Unity World improves as a living environment. Love should always take first.