During working hours or school hours, randomly identify two people who walk past you or who are standing or sitting around you. Secretly wish for them to be happy. Just think to yourself, "I wish for this person to be happy, and I wish for that person to be happy." That's the entire practice.
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The day before yesterday, my bf said suddenly, "I am a cold and uncaring person."
"Why? Something happened?"
"No. I just feel so. That's awful."
If someone fails, my bf definitely would pick it up and feel good, but that's not daily life.
Daily life is working in the office all day filled with functionally talking, negatively socializing, and aimlessly relaxing.
The next morning after the talk, it's the first time I learned a tip called "whishing for random people to be happy":
I shared the tip with my bf immediately and encourage him to try in the office.
"It's the joy of loving-kindness. You will you're caring for others. " I said, "after one week, tell me how are you feeling."
Before knowing this technique, whether others are happy or not is none of my business.
Now I start to do it on purpose when I am waiting for the elevator.
For such occasions, my eyes have never left the phone screen before, now I tell myself, "I wish for that person to be happy. "