Magnanimous man takes break from thinking about himself to think about those who might benefit him - The Beaverton

Magnanimous man takes break from thinking about himself to think about those who might benefit him

Red Deer, AB – Red Deer resident Patrick Stoara took a brief respite from thinking about himself to think about those who might be able to help him in some way.

“With social media we live in such a narcissistic, self involved time” said Stoara. “It’s important to put everything in perspective and think about others. And how those other people might be able to get me something.”

Stoara takes multiple action everyday to remind himself to think about other people. He makes sure to avoid thinking about what he wants to buy but rather focuses on what others can buy him. He also has a collage of friends and family he cares about, arranged in order of how much value they bring into his life.

Stoara recently began volunteering at a soup kitchen. “Even though the homeless people can’t give me anything financially, they can still give me something by making me look all selfless and shit,” said Stoara. “It really makes me appreciate everyone.”

“Sometimes it feels like you’re alone in the world, It’s nice to know that someone is thinking about how you might be able to further them personally or professionally.” opined Stoara’s friend Alice Briggs “It is really good to see someone as nice as Pat get ahead for once.”

“I’m just glad that our little boy has grown into such a well adjusted adult,” reported Stoara’s mother Patricia “We always tries to teach him the golden rule, treat other in direct correlation to how much they can treat you.”

At press time Stoara is back to thinking about himself.

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