Second mile Service

Roman soldiers were given the authority to force any person in their kingdom to carry their heavy soldier kit weighing about 30 kg for one mile. Lord Jesus Christ taught: “And if anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles.” (Matthew 5:41) By obeying the person walks four miles extra as counted both ways.
1) Mandatory Vs Voluntary: The first-mile walk is compulsory. The mind is filled with resentment, anger, and even bitterness. The second-mile walk transforms the inner person, indeed therapeutic. Voluntary work is not a burden, but a joyful service.
2) Slaves walk Vs Free walk: The person endured the shameful walk as a slave for the first mile. Now, in the second mile, he does it on his own will or decision. Hence honorable service to the soldier.
3) Duty Vs Love: The first-mile walk is an obligation, mandatory, and expected to be completed. Mostly half-hearted shabby work. However, love effort is done well with interest and even excitement.
4) Happy soldier and confused soldier: The soldier is very happy that his burden is relieved and relaxed. Now, the hapless victim is willingly carrying the load and walking the second mile. He thinks: “Is this fellow trying to trap me, and complain falsely against me?”
5) Obeying slave and listening soldier: The slave as he walked listened to the Roman soldier’s haughty talk about his great valor, war accomplishments, the greatness of Rome…etc. In the second mile, as a disciple, he could magnify God and present the gospel.
6) Ordinary citizen Vs Kingdom citizen: Roman soldier sees this man as an ordinary citizen of a mean country or a slave. In the second mile, he learns that the Kingdom citizens are different and superior morally and spiritually.
7) Will of man Vs Will of God: The burden bearer is doing the will of a Roman Soldier or its Emperor. In the second mile, he is doing the Will of God, which is good, pleasing, and perfect. (Romans 12:2)
Do I joyfully offer second-mile service?