Do me a favor?

Di is our host for truthful Tuesday and this weeks question is an interesting one!

My question this week is
If someone offered you a considerable amount of money for doing them a favour, would you take it?

My answer?

I wouldn’t. If I am going to do someone a favour, then I will do it because I want to do it, or because the person is special to me in some way, a family member, a friend etc.

I don’t expect money in return for my kindness.

If I do someone a good turn, it makes me feel good too.

So win, win!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “Do me a favor?”

  1. That is hard to say, if they are offering a considerable amount of money I feel it is something more than just your average favor. This is why they are offering the money. For me it would depend on who the favor was for, what it was and if they can afford to be giving away the money. I always do stuff for others I like to help but it never seems to be returned when I need it.

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