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A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle.
-- Kahlil Gibran
 

 

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Desire to give

The need to get something makes you desperate, fearful, phony and inept. The desire to give makes you creative, genuine, attractive and highly effective.

If you worry and fret about making a good impression, or being popular, or making the sale, you won’t. Instead of obsessing over what’s in it for you, focus on allowing the highest value to pour out from you.

Choose not to see yourself as needing. Choose to allow life’s limitless abundance to flow through you in valuable, unique and creative ways.

All that you could ever think to desire or make use of is already connected to you in some way. By giving your best you make more space for goodness and richness to fill your world.

Success in living is not found in some obscure, complex technique. Success in living is a function of your desire for giving.

You are immensely valuable. The way to fully experience that value is to find new ways to give it to life each day.

— Ralph Marston

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