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Unconditional generosity is giving without anticipation of any kind of reciprocation, repayment, or even a thank you.
Examples of generosity include a simple smile for a stranger or sharing your time with the elderly. Think about what else you can give in terms of time, talent and resources that you are blessed with.
Generosity spreads and transfers and has a 'pay it forward effect' many times over.
The generosity cycle has it's own momentum and spreads over a period of time as each person is impacted.
Most of us believe if we earned a bit more money, we'd have more free money to give. But the wealthier people get, the more expenses they accumulate, meaning there is not that much &quo...
When we think wealthier people should donate more, we are essentially looking at our own lifestyle and comparing it to their income. We think they have abundance even if they don't feel that abundance.
The point is that everybody feels constraint to give. It's about prioritizing and giving according to your own moral standards.
Generous people report being happier, healthier, and more satisfied with life than those who don’t give.
Generosity produces within us the sense that we are shaping the world around us into a...
Make a list of the things in your life for which you are grateful.
Sometimes, the most important step you can take to become more generous is to consider what you already possess.
Give, even if you start with $1 to an online charity. It does not matter what amount you choose, jump right in with something small to help build momentum in your life towards generosity.