The Gift of Generosity

*Photo of Ana with the rest of the volunteers during our 2019 Giving Journal event at a home for the elderly.

My thought on generosity is that it should be a daily occurrence. For example, you can be generous with your time to your siblings who may need a helping hand with their homework. You can sacrifice your seat in the bus for a lady or elderly who’s carrying that load of grocery for her family. You can prep an extra sandwich for anyone you may pass through along the street who may not have eaten for while. You may share your tablet or laptop to your little brother/sister who’s completing a research. There is just so much we can do without having to wait for a holiday season in order to be generous. Every opportunity to show kindness, hope and love to everyone including a stranger will make this world truly a much better place to live. Let it be a habit. A daily small sacrifice a day that’s maybe a huge impact on the lives of others.


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