Generosity is not something you do. It’s who you are. Once we discover the genius of generosity, it becomes central to our value system, and we start thinking in terms of how we can do the most good with what we have at our disposal.
This is when the depth and breadth of our generosity begins to expand. We become generous neighbors, lovers, parents, and grandparents. Our colleagues at work notice our generosity. We become generous with our praise and appreciation. We become especially generous with our encouragement. The scope of our generosity reaches into every aspect of life.
Now, here is today’s generosity habit.
Be generous with yourself. Go somewhere you have always wanted to go. Do something you have always wanted to do. Buy something you have always wanted to buy. Give yourself some time to rest and reflect. We talk about generously sharing our time with others, but sometimes we are stingy with ourselves. How will you be generous with others if you are unable to be generous with yourself?
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