Post Mortem

‘Community is the power, community is the cure, community matters’

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 2/10/2019 11:54:01 AM IST

 A strong sense of community adds real value to our lives. It not only helps us feel more connected to the world around us, it also makes a measurable difference in our happiness and our health. We must inspire our community by increasing people’s confidence, helping them connect to others, and pushing them to challenge themselves. Communities give us all kinds of opportunities to be friendly and helpful, of course, from lending a neighbor a cup of milk to supporting a local church project or providing an elderly acquaintance a caring ear. Helping is accurate, the value we get from offering such small acts of daily kindness would be hard to overrate.

Community just makes things so much better. Although we might be an introvert by nature and find ourselves wanting alone time, we should value community and appreciate all the advantages it has. Not just the offline community but the online ones are also particularly enriching. 
Look around your community and be inspired even on those days when your belief in yourself isn’t working. When working alone, it’s oftentimes too easy to give up when things get hard. By surrounding yourself with others working toward a similar goal or objective, you’ll get motivation, support, and friendly competition to push yourself just a bit further than you would have done on your own. We need each other maybe not in the ways that characterized us evolutionarily, but for a need that remains essential for psychological survival.
Express happiness when you see your people. Show your excitement. You will never regret showing too much love and they will love receiving it. Give credit to your people as often as you can. 
Just as people want to be heard, people want to be recognized. Instill confidence in others by complimenting your people and making them feel confident. It’s free it makes them feel good, more comfortable, and safe.
Connect people help your community don’t expect to get anything from it. Just know that you are spreading goodwill for your tribe, and again, the universe is always watching. Don’t make friends just to make friends. Build the right community who will give you the strength to act on your ideas and inspire you to be the best version of you.
Jacob Singh Sundas, 
Concerned Citizen of 
Chümoukedima Town, Dimapur

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