Is it better to give or to receive?
on a lighter note. heheheh
I think it a seniority system based on the person, if they given you a lot then you have to give back and vice versa. But if no ones counting be the receiver!
Again a problem of human nature, people always think twice and thrice to give but got fast action to recieve, so its better to maintain, if you give you will get happy from your soul that you are able to give and share, and if you take and take then you will feeel bad.
As for me it's better to give. Giving something to other person allow you to make this person smiling and joyful. Smiles cost a lot in our world. And it's not about money.
The BNI organization says "Givers Gain", meaning that if you give, you will gain by receiving from other givers in return, that's the philosophy which seems to be working well for those in that organization.
As for is Me... Its better to give then receive.
Expectation cause Disappointments....
WoW that nice Hub Titles.... Anyone would like to try above title?
It is good to give because it helps you stay unselfish and blesses the person you are giving to. But, sometimes people have great difficulty receiving because they are too proud to admit they have needs. In this case, they are withholding blessing from the other person by not allowing them to give. So, the bottom line is: What is your motive for giving or receiving!
It depends who you are giving to or receiving from! An angel came down from heaven and told a Car dealer I will give you any wish you want but whatever I give you I will give double to your competitor. After thinking for a long time he answered " I wish I was blind in one eye".
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