Cause, Meet Effect
You can singlehandedly create a causal relation between two things that are currently unconnected — a word and an emotion, a song and an extreme weather event, wearing a certain color and winning the lottery. What cause would you link to what effect, and why?
First of all, thank you so much for giving me this awesome power. This is awesome.
The two unconnected things I would create a causal relation are bank notes and good deeds. You may already guess what this cause and effect will be like. Sorry I’m not so creative, but here you go. Every time a person do good deeds, a bank note will fall from the sky. This I believe will make the world a much better place.
Imagine planting a tree or a beautiful flower and you see a bank note falling from the sky directed at you. How encouraged would people be to do good deeds? Careless people would start helping the homeless and be nice to people around them to see another bank note falling from the sky. Caring people would be rich! Some may that doing good deeds to get money is not good because the intentions are wrong, but I personally think it doesn’t matter. Both parties benefit from the good deed and why would it be bad? The people who only did good deeds to get bank notes might actually realize helping others are not as hard as it was thought to be and how worth it it is to do good deeds and be a help to the society. Not only that but people could be more active in looking for places in need for help and expand their areas in doing good deeds. People will show more interest in areas where attention was not so focused. They will slowly cover all problems around the world leaving this place with no worries!
I would love to see a world where no help is needed anymore because they’ve already been cared for. It would almost be like heaven! (I said almost!)