Monday, October 23, 2017

Live with Generosity

I love to give for goodness Sake.
Life is for giving.
We receive all that we give and more.
I choose to give fully and freely all that I have been given.

Generosity Yields Prosperity

How you live is your reflection.
What you give is your prosperity.
Where you contribute shows your value.
Contribute the prosperity you want to share.

What we give, we receive.
Where we give is our value.
How we give demonstrates our prosperity.
Our giving creates the way we want to live.

Do you feel rich or poor?
Do you feel full or empty?
Do you feel generous or cheap?
Do you feel helpful or helpless?

When we are asked to help, we always have a choice.
Can we help and how much?
Is our help helpful or co-dependent?
Are we supporting laziness or dependence or empowering people?

Our kindness and generosity is meant to inspire others to be giving too.
Our helpfulness can be a powerful means to teach and show a better way.
We can be generous with our time, money and resources or fearful of giving.
Our support for others can encourage them or make them feel small and limited.

We have the opportunity to contribute to others strength, courage and creativity.
When we join with others, we are giving them our trust and sharing our ways and means.
The attitude with which we give makes the difference in the energy that is received.
Give with gratitude and joy rather than feeling taken and resentful.

There is no loss in giving.
Where we give with gratitude, we receive the gift.
When we give with joy, we receive true happiness.
When we give with Love, we receive the inspiration.

All gifts are given to Oneself through the One Who gives through us.
Let us be glad and rejoice in all giving.
Let us be generous in our Spirit of giving.
Let us be fully conscious in the meaning of giving.

We are both blessing and blessed in our life of giving.
Life is for giving and we are the gift.
Giving and receiving are one and the same.
I am giving to you and it is a gift to myself.

Let us remember to Love One another.
Betty Lue