Probably one of the most selfless things I did was when I was a little kid and gave my most wanted Christmas present away to a needy family. I kept telling my parents how much I wanted a window A/C unit. I didn’t really want much of anything else apart from a few toys to play with and some science gadgets. When I finally was able to open the window A/C unit, I was so happy. It felt like everything I wanted at the time, but then I thought about the needy families who didn’t get anything for Christmas. I told my parents that I wanted to donate my gift to a needy family. Even though I missed out on having perfect temperature control settings in my room, the feeling of joy it gave me to make someone else happy actually felt amazing. I didn’t even stop there, I ended up going around and taking donations of old window A/C units and other components. I fixed up the cooling machines with a little help from my father, and I donated those cooling systems to needy families and homeless shelters. To this day, I love to donate to charities and help out the local community, especially those who are homeless or needy. I guess you could say it was a sort of chainball reaction from the first time I decided to do a completely selfless act. Even though I spend so much time helping people and not getting paid for it, the gratification I get from doing this type of work is easily worth it.