Zen Word for better Communication #2 陰徳 Intoku

Do good because no one is watching. There is value in doing what you have to do discreetly and unobtrusively.
You do it because you want to do it. Not about trying to be appreciated. Not that someone tells you to do it.
Doing something because you want praise is not a good deed.

It is often talked about what Japanese supporters pick up litter in the bleachers after watching the World Cup Soccer games or what Otani, a major league baseball player, casually picks up trash on the field. Many Japanese people regard these acts as a matter of course billing the Intake spirit.
Japan’s public restrooms always keeping clean may also be as a matter of course.
– K. Kato