Giving brings happiness at every stage of its expression.
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The Generosity Paradox

The Generosity Paradox

Jan 13, 2013-- Generosity is paradoxical. Those who give, receive back in turn. By spending ourselves for others' well-being, we enhance our own. In letting go of some of what we own, we better secure our own lives. By giving ourselves away, we ourselves move toward greater flourishing. This is not only a philosophical or religious teaching, it is a sociological fact. (13112 reads)


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