Generosity

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, July 25, 2010

Generosity is the beauty of all life.

Giving from the heart brings us to a place where we find the truest
meaning of love.

When we give from a place of true love, we are connecting
with God energy.
As we live from this beautiful space of love, everything
we touch with that energy flows with grace.

What do you see when you witness someone giving money, a smile, or a gentle touch
to a homeless person as they pass them by on the street?

How does it make you feel when someone opens a door for you at the bank
or allows you in front of them in line at the post office or supermarket?

Does your heart fill up with love and gratitude for these moments of pure giving?

How do you feel when someone gives you a compliment that recognizes the truest
part of yourself and brings it to your attention?

What are you feeling when one of your co-workers or friends hug you out
of nowhere just when you needed it the most?

These moments of giving are life's treasures.

The simplicity of giving carries with it a greatness that touches the heart and soul.

When we freely give from our heart to others, we create a place of love, joy, and compassion.





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Generosity

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, July 25, 2010

Generosity is the beauty of all life.

Giving from the heart brings us to a place where we find the truest
meaning of love.

When we give from a place of true love, we are connecting
with God energy.
As we live from this beautiful space of love, everything
we touch with that energy flows with grace.

What do you see when you witness someone giving money, a smile, or a gentle touch
to a homeless person as they pass them by on the street?

How does it make you feel when someone opens a door for you at the bank
or allows you in front of them in line at the post office or supermarket?

Does your heart fill up with love and gratitude for these moments of pure giving?

How do you feel when someone gives you a compliment that recognizes the truest
part of yourself and brings it to your attention?

What are you feeling when one of your co-workers or friends hug you out
of nowhere just when you needed it the most?

These moments of giving are life's treasures.

The simplicity of giving carries with it a greatness that touches the heart and soul.

When we freely give from our heart to others, we create a place of love, joy, and compassion.





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Generosity

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, July 25, 2010

Generosity is the beauty of all life.

Giving from the heart brings us to a place where we find the truest
meaning of love.

When we give from a place of true love, we are connecting
with God energy.
As we live from this beautiful space of love, everything
we touch with that energy flows with grace.

What do you see when you witness someone giving money, a smile, or a gentle touch
to a homeless person as they pass them by on the street?

How does it make you feel when someone opens a door for you at the bank
or allows you in front of them in line at the post office or supermarket?

Does your heart fill up with love and gratitude for these moments of pure giving?

How do you feel when someone gives you a compliment that recognizes the truest
part of yourself and brings it to your attention?

What are you feeling when one of your co-workers or friends hug you out
of nowhere just when you needed it the most?

These moments of giving are life's treasures.

The simplicity of giving carries with it a greatness that touches the heart and soul.

When we freely give from our heart to others, we create a place of love, joy, and compassion.





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