Making a difference in lives of those in need
Unconditional giving is giving something of value to other individuals or a group of people without expecting anything in return or expecting a payback at a later date.
I personally believe that many of us often forget about the possibility of giving something unconditionally just to help another parson that we want to help and care about. We often wait for something in return, because, in our mind that is how things are supposed to be. However, it’s far from reality. If you are giving something and expecting a payback, it’s not unconditional giving, that’s called a loan or intentional giving. So, be sure that you fully understand the difference between the two before acting, as you always want to make sure that perception that you are fiving of yourself to others is the one you intend to give, the one that represents the real and honest you. Be honest with yourself always. If you truly, genuinely want to help someone in need, then please do so, as even the smallest gift of generosity could often help another individual to change his or her life for a better, even if it is only for a short period of time.
Many of us go though some tough times in our lives, and many face difficult times today. But, by being aware of people around us and their unique wants and needs vs only focusing on what is going on in our own personal world, can help us to be that source of hope and positive energy that other people are seeking every day. When someone reaches out to you offering help and/or support when you are going through some challenging times in life is a very powerful feeling, it is uplifting, motivating, and encouraging. It gives us that needed step to try harder, push ourselves to improve, develop, and grow personally and professionally. So, why not help? Why not offer your genuine unconditional help today to those in need, give someone else a reason to smile and create a happy future? You are awesome! Know it and believe it, because, you are!
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