This post is a response to the prompt Generous Genies.

Thinking about this prompt made me wonder a few things.

How do you decide who you help when there are many people in need? Should you help that person who means the most to you or the person that’s most responsible?

In this case, I think that helping the people closest to me is what will help the most in the long run. This is mostly because I don’t have many people I care about like that and I might not be able to fix everything, but I can help those around me.

So, to start things off, I would give one of my wishes to be decided between my parents and one of my siblings. I believe that they would be responsible somehow. This is genuinely because I may not get along with them both the best, but it would help me to know I had let them become better off

Next, I’d help out the 4 friends I have left by giving them one wish to work out together. 

Two of them were friends  I met when I was 5 years old that helped me start having confidence. One of them would later become my first relationship and he is still a friend I hope to keep for years to come and he’s had some recent hardships. The last one was someone I considered  to seem like a brother for a long time. We didn’t always get along, but I care about you now. I’m just awful at expressing it.

Finally, I know this is selfish, but I would help out me and my boyfriend with our lives.

How can someone assist those they care about when they don’t help themselves? How can we help out the world if we ignore those who helped us get where we are? 

Many people will disagree with me because I didn’t help the entire world, but I feel like there’s only so much I can do.

Everyone should do their part for those around them. That’s how it should be in this world and I feel that not everyone would deserve the help.

I know some won’t agree and are going to help everyone.

This is just an opinion of my own and everyone can say what they think. 

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