She was a caring woman:

When she heard her cousin had on sackcloth and ashes, she sent clothes to him to replace the sackcloths he put on. Esther 4 vs 10- 16. It was obvious Esther also cared for her maids, no wonder they could join in the fast with her for 3 good days.

You don’t go all the way with someone you don’t care for or that doesn’t care about you. We need to develop this great virtue to care for people and not just have the  “I, ME, and MYSELF” attitude.

Caring for people doesn’t have to be financially based alone, but it could be just a smile, a pat on the back, a word of encouragement, meeting a need, clothing the naked, feeding the hungry, providing shelter for the homeless, visiting the sick, being the eyes to the blind, pulling a call through to check on someone, et cetera.

Let us arise and make this world a better place by giving our little bit of support and help to those who need them.