In a world where we are often encouraged to be competitive and self-focused, it’s easy to forget the power of giving. However, giving is one of the most powerful ways to create positive change in ourselves and the world. The act of giving, even if we can get nothing back, can have transformative effects on our lives and the lives of others.
Giving can take many forms, from volunteering our time and talents to donating money to a cause we believe in. When we give, we shift our focus away from ourselves and onto others, creating a sense of connection and purpose. Giving can also help us cultivate empathy and compassion, essential qualities for creating a more just and equitable world.
The act of giving can have many benefits for our well-being as well. Studies have shown that people who give tend to be happier, have lower levels of stress, and live longer healthier lives. Giving can also help us to create a sense of meaning and purpose in our lives, which can be particularly important during times of stress or uncertainty.
Remembering that giving doesn’t have to be a grand gesture is important. Small acts of kindness and generosity can greatly impact those around us. A kind word, a helping hand, or a simple donation can make a difference in someone’s life.
Giving is a powerful tool for creating positive change in the world. By cultivating a spirit of generosity and kindness, we can create a more compassionate and just society while reaping the many benefits of giving.
If you are generous, you will receive as much generosity from that person as you give. If you love, you will get love back from that person as much as you love. You will get good things back from that person if you are good. I have calculated that if I give to people, I will get back from them as much as I give.
Because I calculated it like that, I was truly burned throughout my life. Let alone getting back as much as you give from real people. They even give back the opposite of what they give. Instead of learning how to be generous, they can be abusive. Instead of loving back, they can hate.
Instead of creating good things, they can give bad things. It’s one of the world’s truths, and after learning this fact, I lowered my expectations about people. If you can be generous with this person, I will keep it. If he knows, I will be happy. If she knows, I will be fine. If I love this person, I will love her fully. He will be happy when he loves.
If she loves me, I will stop loving her. If this person is good, I will give it to him. If he recovers, it will be good together. Even if he’s not feeling well, he’ll be calm. After that, much of the heat disappeared from the days I’d been living. I feel light inside. Most of the time, it was peaceful.
There is one more thing. If I give, I will not get back from people as much as I give, but there are things that I get back according to the world’s law. If you do good, it is good. The good of being generous to others, the good of love, and the good of being good are definitely worth it. So don’t lose your generosity whenever you don’t get back as much as you give. Don’t become hateful. Refrain from doing bad things. Be calm and devoted while lowering your expectations. Love, I’m fine.
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