We are always blind.
Why should we be blind, instead we can be kind.
We are always blind to sufferings of the poor.
We are blind to sufferings of the diseased and the disabled.
We are always blind for the things which we should react kind.
There is no cost to react kind.
Even though if you can't react kind.
Don't act blind saying every thing is fine.
Instead think of doing some thing good to mankind!
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