The D.K Effect

19 Jan

The D.K effect occurs around one man & one man only.

His personality & character is built through years of sweat & blood. Brave but not without fear, he picked up knowledge through sheer experience, trying every thing out himself.

What he lacked of, he made up with hard work. With effort, he gained success. With success there came no pride, only gratitude. He feels blessed & appreciates whatever he has & is quick to dismiss complacency when it kicks in.

He chooses his words not with his mind but with his heart. His words reflect no boastfulness, only sincerity.

While most with such success, urge to go atop a mountain & shout in joy. He rather stays grounded & shares them with his loved ones.

He is a better party host than Jimmy Fallon is on SNL. Providing his guests with a warm, cosy atmosphere, food & laughter that echo into their hearts.

He exemplifies the meaning of a giver, no a sharer (pun totally intended). He shares his good experiences & protects family & friends from bad experiences. Sharing does not stop at telling you about a nice restaurant to dine, he brings you to the place personally. Not once, not twice but many times.

He sees a tip not as a requirement but as an obligation to himself to spread great service to others he may not even know.

He brings light literally & figuratively wherever he goes. Whether you are a friend, family or stranger, at home or out, you will feel his bright bright light.

If you didn’t know him, your guard would be up & suspicion would set in. Once you hear him speak & see his sincere smile, you can’t help but reveal his reflection on your face.

His intentions are crystal clear, to spread the love & warmth to all as far as he can reach.

It’s a privilege to know a man such as he, a privilege in more ways than I can dream of indeed.

Oh, who is D.K you ask? D.K is….


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