Nature of kindness
Acts of kindness should have no headdress for feathers to keep, nor should it make one stoop to be decorated. As if the left does not know what the right has given. Good deeds are pure when we mention it not, nor do we flaunt or publish aloud. When true compassion rather than pity prevails and when we have no intention for desire to triumph, we have indeed accomplished the true act of altruism and kindness.