Pride is what fills hollow bones so you can stand upright. Pride vibrates wide like a rumble instead of squeaks like an untuned violin. Pride roars. Pride owns. Pride claims. So what’s hard to swallow here?
Oh Yeah! Sophie -you got me with “… try it on for size. My favorite seemingly mundane but extraordinarily meaningful way of engaging with generosity is doing things for another that are utterly unnecessary. ” Thank you for continuing to press forward!
Tonight, I share two quotations that have inspired me:
“I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.” Helen Keller.
“You can’t live a perfect day without doing something for someone who will never be able to repay you.” John Wooden, legendary UCLA basketball coach.
To those sweet morsels, I add a few of my own words:
I had grand plans to launch a whole new series of posts on this site. To commit to a daily practice of blogging, and unveil a new approach to generosity.
These days, however, there’s something that’s feeling even more important:
Spending my time engaged in acts of generosity, rather than writing about them.
I’m sick of writi—no, that’s not right. I adore writing. I adore the experience of transferring thoughts to words; adore the expressions of…
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