Generosity (8/21/13)

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Enjoyed this post by River Walk

“generosity might cost a bit of money, but what we get back in a sense of well being, in experience, in relationships, in gratitude from the beneficiary far more than make up the cost. I am firmly convinced that generosity is a far cheaper and more effective cure for depression than the pharmaceutical poisons passing themselves off as antidepressants these days. Give it a try. Next time you’re feeling down do an intentional act of generosity for someone else. Watch and see how right I am.”

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