Giving Log

Most people think of themselves as basically generous. But do you consciously practice being generous? Do you have any plan to be giving, or is it more like a spur-of-the-moment reaction? Do you remember the last time you were generous?

Why not keep a daily giving log that you can focus your attention on? Being generous doesn’t need to be haphazard. Having a plan gives meaning to your gift, when the opportunity presents itself.

Begin by looking for that opportunity even if it is something that you regularly do. Like picking up the kids after school, or offering to carpool. You could fulfill that favor you promised, or quit being jealous. You could even pay attention to someone despite not wanting to.

Plan on taking the right step at the right time. And be humble when you give. Do it with kindness in your heart, and don’t expect to be thanked or acknowledged. Do not practice generosity by looking for a result. Be giving with no strings attached. And let the giving be the highlight of your day.

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