I'm a giver, BUT if I give all the time, then I turn into a taker. The answer is: it depends of a situation
both.... when i need to take, i take, when i want to give, i give .....
I am both a giver and a taker. It's not easy to walk that line but I do.
The hand that gives is always on top while the one that collects is always below.Is biblical for one to give because,givers never lack.I prefer giving.
If I was a professional boxer I would definitely prefer to be a giver :-). In normal life, depending on the situation, am balanced between both.
I am a Giver sometimes but a Taker most often. I'm gathering so I could distribute to those in need. Then I'll turn into o full Giver.
Both i have to say and there is nothing with that as life works both ways.
I'm a giver not a taker but I only give to givers. Hope that made sense!
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