What wish would you grant someone if for one day, you could give without limits or restrictions?
We are so used to asking for something. Have you ever thought of reversing the process? What if for one day,you could give, without limits, restrictions, or expecting anything back.What would you give? To whom? How does it feel? I posed this as a question very simply because you cannot give what you don't have. But first you have to create it in your thoughts. To put it in writing solidifies it. I did not ask why because then the mind entangles you with "buts..".. Get rid of the buts..If you were to write about this, what would you entitle your book?
Before anything else, I would like to say this is the most sensible question so far that I have ever encountered here in Hubpages. Yes, the adage "It is better to give than to receive" applies to this question. There is a kind of fulfillment when we are able to make someone happy because we give him/her something that really comes from our heart.
Okay, to answer your question; I would like to share what I know I have plenty of that my sister has nothing...well as far as she is concerned. I will give her three things;
First, 100,000 pesos amount of money so she can solve whatever financial problems at present that pester her;
Second, the book "Creative Visualization" by Shakti Gawain,
Finally, 12 hours of my time for bonding and listening to her problems and dreams, if any, and if she has no dreams or goals I will help her figure out. We will have dinner and do lots of things that we used to do when we were kids. I will buy her those things that she never had but she only dream of having because she cannot afford.
If I were to write a book on this, the title would be; " I am everything that she is not; My Sister."
I would grant them good health, because without good health, life can not be properly and happily lived.
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