Everyone wants other people

To do good to them

Because through this, they could move forward

And become happier

We all feel dismayed

When we are treated unfairly

Whenever you do good to others be sincere in it

Don’t do a good deed basically because you expect human reward

Always look unto God

As the only One that can reward you fully

If not, you will be extremely sad,

Disappointed and dispirited when

 Someone you had helped tremendously

Suddenly rejects and disrespects you

Probably because they’re now better off

Or when a kind act backfires on you

A friend can become a foe

But if you rely on God

There’s hope for you

A help you do today

Because of God alone

Will bring you multiple good things

Even if man proves to be ungrateful

No good deed is done in vain

As long as you’re sincere in the process

And expect your creator to reward you, not man

Doing good to others

Has many benefits

It brings joy to your heart

It automatically attracts more blessings from our creator

It gives you honour,

And cast away evils from your ways

People would like to associate with you

A beneficiary of your good deed today

May become your rescuer tomorrow

When the unexpected happens

If you do good deeds to others

Truly, it‘s for your own good

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Rasheed Olayemi

Rasheed Olayemi was born in Lagos, Nigeria into the family of a business magnate, late Alhaj Chief Mustapha Temitope Lasisi. He is a teacher. He has taught in private schools in Abeokuta and Lagos for over a decade as well as manifold extramural classes. He has a great deal of experience in teaching. He is also an author. He writes poetry, prose, and dramas. Olayemi is the author of Poetry for the Rightful Thinkers published by Trafford Publishing, Bloomington, IN, USA. The book won The Gold Seal Of Literary Excellence Award after a meaningful review by The US Review of Books in 2014. He is also the author of Poetry On Moral Values published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, Houston, Texas, USA. Some of the short stories he authored were The Regrets of Omotolu & The Illegitimate King published by Smashwords & Amazon, MATOWO (a Yoruba language short stories) published by Evans (Brothers) Publishers, Nigeria. In July 2013 he attended the International Education And Resource Network (IEARN) Conference held in Doha, Qatar. He had worked in Dubai, UAE for a few years.

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