Solidarity when it is 40 degrees in Australia

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+11 1. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Any kind gesture, regardless how small, towards others, makes this world hugely better... <3
(40 Celsius, by the way for those who use Fahrenheit = 104)
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+14 2. stedav commented 8 years ago

I know it shouldn't really matter but it always seems to take away from the deed if you feel the need to film it and post it on the internet. What does everyone else think?
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+13 3. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

#2, It's true, some do it for the "likes". there are many fake people in this world.

But still, there are also many good people out there who does this kind of acts of kindness, and are not doing it for the "likes" , even if they post it on the internet. Still there are many people who do this and don't film it at all, and doesnt even tell anyone.

Fake or not, these kinds of videos are very good in my opinion, because they usually hit the sensible part of the viewer, making him care more about others around him, and also encouraging him to do the same. Sharing is caring :)
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+5 4. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Agree with #3, they are inspirational and may motivate others to also pitch in..
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+5 5. kirkelicious commented 8 years ago

#2 If they did it for youtube only, they probably would have made the effort to hold the cellphone the right way.
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+7 6. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#2 Today everything is filmed. I dont think it takes away from the good deed. Some do it just to inspire others. A few bottles of water on such a hot day is something everybody can do..and as you heard at the end, the guy felt like he cured a disease. So if just one person went out and just cared a little for others because he/she seen that video on FB or Snotr..its a win in my book.
I said it in another kind act video..if i plan to give stuff away (be it sandwiches for homeless, drinks on a hot day, paying for peoples grocery) i sure would record and upload it too. Not for likes, but to show how easy it is, and no matter how small the act of kindness..the payback (a smile and a thank you) is worth millions.
It all depends on how you look at it..not everybodys mindset is "look how cool i am"..many if not most are "Look how easy it is to make someones day and by that making my own day"

(Plus you gain karma +1)

Even if people on youtube do it and earn some money with clicks..if its not a fake setup an real people in need got to keep whats been given..let the youtuber earn some cash, so he can continue to help.
Reminds me somehow of the Schindlers list quote:
"Whoever saves one life saves the world entire"
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+4 7. snotraddict commented 8 years ago

#1 thanks for the convert, at the higher temps I work with it's roughly double so I was confused by what the big deal was about 80F!

I agree with #2. I know the guy was sort of joking about "I should get a Nobel Peace Prize", but people today have that vibe, look at me, look at what I'm doing, I'm saving the world. The world is a mess, you're not saving anything, you've done a good deed here but these guys were not laid out on the ground about to die, I'm sure they were prepared for the heat with water, you brightened their day it was a grand gesture but hardly on the scale of saving the world and worthy of videoing.

It's hard to explain but it just feels weird to watch this stuff and even weirder to see people fawn over a simple nice gesture. These things happen all the time, it's not really that significant.

#6 there's no karma, it's like believing in Santa Clause.
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+1 8. kirkelicious commented 8 years ago

#7 Karma is indeed a wicked concept. Western people tend to interpret it as "good things come to those who do good deeds.", but that is only half the story. The concept originally means "You get what you deserve". If you're suffering it is your own fault, because you are essentially a bad person. This way of thinking helped to cement the Hindu caste system, where you have zero social mobility, because you are born in a caste according to your behavior in the previous life. This is why the lowest social class "the untouchables" have to deal with a lot of hatred which makes their lives even more miserable.
Not a concept worth adopting.
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+2 9. s1nn0cence commented 8 years ago

filmed or not, this video could've done without the f-bombs. This was supposed to be a family-friendly site, remember?
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+4 10. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#7 #8 Karma is one of the concepts i belief in. You do good, you get good back. Simple as that. You cant expect or demand karma. For me its a nice middle way. I dont belief in higher powers like what others call god. I do belief that the more good you do, the more positive you get back eventally.
So for me its not a god that does the good, its people doing good things and at the end get their paycheck.
If i would go the religion about a muslim saves a christians life (or vice versa)..who to thank for it then? God or Allah..or is it all the same? To me life itself is "God/Allah/Spagetti monster" different language for the same mindset..small differences in the story of nice people. Same assholes on both partys. Extremists in everything..not only religion. Feminism, religion, vegetarian, vegan, pro-global warming, counter-global warming..etc
At the end its still just us that make a different. Not the religion, not the lifestyle, not the race. Just world
(Dont want to start a big debate..just enjoy :squirrel: food)
to #8 Yes..thats the concept. You get what you deserve. You do good, maybe you get good. You do bad, you get bad. Its not according to your past life, or that you a born with a condition because of your last life. Its "do good and get good, be bad and get bad" in that life you actually life. Thats the concept of karma as i belief in. No afterlife or burden to good in your life and karma pops up because others have seen you do good, then they want to payback you for what you did. Thats karma.

#9 Family friendly..yes. But nowadays even 5yr old know the word fuck. Family friendly in case we dont show Gore, Killing, Porn.
Swear words are not anymore in the cat NSFW.
Else we could also just publish disney movies.
(or delete 1000 Family Guy clips also)
If you want family friendly, no internet and no TV for your kids

#8 Niedersachsen? Umgebung Stadland?
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+1 11. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

It is still a good deed, (even if it is filmed for internet points).

There are also a few heroes who saved the world a few times, but nobody even knows who they are.
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+2 12. deadhorse commented 8 years ago

#10, Make me come out of hiding. God damn it!

Hitting the nail on the head and shit so well.

Here here!

(Also not an admin suck ass. I actually think this is good shit.)
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0 13. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

No one could have said it better! That goes for both of you #10 and #12 :*
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+1 14. kirkelicious commented 8 years ago

#10 If it motivates you to be a good person and help others out, it is without question a good thing and you should probably stick to it. It is only logical that you get love, respect and positive things in return if you treat others well. I would rather do something nice for a likable guy than for a selfish prick. No need to be all metaphysical about it.
I don't buy that you sincerely believe that a person dying in agony from some disease is to blame for his misery because bad things come to bad people.
If you simply mean that everybody is responsible for repercussions resulting from their behavior, there is no arguing about that. Only the use of the word Karma is a bit misleading without additional explanation.
My point is that the concept of Karma is terribly romanticized in the new-age movement and the more sinister implications are often ignored.
I guess I am a bit too sensitive about the issue since charlatans like Rhonda Byrne cashed in on a variation of the idea with "The Secret" and basically blamed the Jews for falling victim to the holocaust, because they weren't positive enough (she really wrote that).

Considering your point on language restrictions: Fucking A! :)

What my IP-Adress has to do with any of this I do not get. Did I come across like I was posing as an Indian? :squirrel: