Giving is an act of generosity. Giving is sowing a seed. The seed will produce a great harvest of fruits.
—Lailah Gifty Akita
The little I have, I share with you; the little you have, you also share with me. Together we all have a full share of everything. Share with me your Love as I share with...
Remember: Let’s look for ways to take *care* of each other rather than look for ways to take *advantage* of each other.
The rule for J.O.Y is Jesus, Others and You. You can’t have a perfect joy if all you think about is about how to groom your life!
If old age is good for anything it’s good for being generous.
Giving does not only preceed receiving; it is the reason for it. It is in giving that we receive.
Rivers don’t drink their own waters; trees don’t eat their own fruits. The salt seasons the soup in order to have its purpose fulfilled. Live for others!
True compassion does not sit on the laps of renovation; it dives with an approach to reconstruction. Don’t throw a coin at a begger. Rather, destroy his source of poverty.
Life is about getting and sharing. The more you share, the more you get ….and the more you get, the more your sharing responsibility multiplies.
Give and receive; give big and receive big; give freely and receive freely; give poorly and receive poorly.
A generous heart is always open, always ready to receive our going and coming. In the midst of such love we need never fear abandonment. This is the most precious gift true love offers –...
God provides something to you through somebody. Thats same God can give something to somebody through you. If you make yourself a greedy traffic on the way and deprive the final destined owner of what...
Love is only an expression of feelings from heart. If the world is starved for love, then it only entails the need to cultivate and develop feelings in the heart of people.
Be fair before being generous, be human before being fair.
Don’t be selfish in life; pass the ball. Winners in life’s game are people who demonstrate that they are not greedy when they have abundant of supply. They share freely provided they have it! That...
Milena found Cilia outside, holding her bamboo box. Milena hugged her. ‘I’m sorry about your shins,’ she said. Milena lifted the lid of the box, and saw it, the precious paper, ruled in staves. People...
That is one of the bitter curses of poverty; it leaves no right to be generous.
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