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Money, mostly. While incomplete, it’s nonetheless a useful proxy for the much higher calling of sharing love.
What I share freely anyway: love, companionship, a desire to help, humour, nurturing etc. I initially took “freely” as more. But now I see it as a more authentic opening to be and engage with others as I am, not as I pretend to be..
I like to share joy.
My time, definitely my time. I can be at times impatient with people from feeling there’s things I need to do to maybe on some level become good enough. I’d be more in the moment and present with others, willing to nourish people in the moment.
If I felt that I truly have and am enough, I would be braver about giving money to systemic social justice causes without hindrance. I admit, however, that there’s a greedy part of me that says, “But what if I run out of money?! Then what?!” Perhaps I can start by giving just a little more often than I do and work my way up to becoming a more charitable person.
The importance of keeping your heart open and inclusive.
As an elder I tend to share quite a bit of my of my understanding of life.. Now, I know that I have been far, and still am a sinner, I really believe that we are sinners till we part this earth) but I honestly try to to make the younger generation aware of the many pitfalls in our daily living life. Whether I succeed is another matter altogether.
I would share whatever I felt or feel called to share, with far less reservation or hesitation.
Joyful love, play with abandon
I would do my technical writing without all the angst and pain and procrastination. There. That was easy.
Smile! I really appreciate share warm smiles.
I try to share whatever I have as much as I can freely .
I would share the tools that I used to feel that happiness. I would try to help those dear to me to feel the same way through gratitude & positive thinking.
Daily I share freely all that I have and all that I am, while living my life in gratitude.
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