Be a Giver



Giving will release you, surprise you and unlock a joy you can’t get any other way.

I married a giver. Nothing brings my husband more joy than to give generously. I haven’t always shared this passion.

I have been known to throw a hissy fit or two over his giving decisions.  I’m not proud of this fact. I’m just being honest. It’s not that I was stingy, but it had to make sense and fit my plans.

Then I met my boys. My sons we adopted from a developing nation. They wouldn’t be alive today had it not been for some givers who gave, so my sons could live. Givers I’ll probably never know and never be able to thank.

I don’t know how you’ve been prompted to give lately, but consider this confirmation you should. It will release you, surprise you, and unlock a joy you can’t get any other way.

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