How many times do we expect from the person you gave something of a similar or greater value? Is this the real meaning giving or simply an unspoken expectation of a trade of similar goods?
Life’s most fundamental laws is every single act of love, kindness and generosity will proliferate and go back to you many times over. Whenever we give more, we can help more people and the happier we will feel.
Over a thousand years ago a great philosopher in Babylon said that the compensation of charity has something to do completely on the extent of the kindness in it. Charity is not about how much you have given and quantity doesn’t always define competency.
Mohamed Dekkak, the Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group viewpoint states that true giving, without anticipation of anything in return is as easy as breathing and the initiative to help others is one of the leadership styles a person should consider. One of life’s amazing ironies is when you restrict the power of your giving by having an expectation of getting something in return. When you serve without any thought or desire for something back, your returns will be truly inexhaustible.
The cycle of giving and receiving continues to roll and for one person to receive someone else has to give. If we ever heard ourselves or anyone said that they just give and give until there’s nothing left. This state of mind may be associated with martyrdom, self denial, self pity, self justice to name just a few and this is unbecoming a person who advocates charity.
This is an ego based form of giving. It is giving with a condition. In reality, this is not giving at all but an unsaid form of barter. If, through the act of giving, we fee and thought that we are missing something or something has been lessened then the gift is not unconditional and was not truly given from our heart.
Giving something on our own and from the heart is a deed which fulfils our life with joy. We should start coaching ourselves to give whole heartedly. What we give out comes back in same extent or more to the feelings we have imparted in the act of giving.
Simply saying that if we want to understand the true essence of happiness, give joy to others, if we want more love, be taught to give love, if we want attention and appreciation, we must not hesitate to give appreciation to others. These life’s most precious gifts don’t have equivalent price as these are priceless.
When we bumped into someone, it doesn’t matter if we know the person or not, we can secretly send a blessing, wish him overflowing happiness and laughter. We can also donate to the nonprofit sector without mentioning our name. This kind of silent giving is very forceful. If we practice doing this in our life we will unexpectedly find people around opening to you in joy and happiness.
We should start making a decision wherever we are, whoever we encounter, to give. As long as we are giving, we will also be receiving. The more we give, the more will run back to us and be returned many times over. Giving creates a blueprint of joy and love in our lives further than our wildest expectations.