Generosity of Spirit


Generosity isn’t only about giving material items or sharing what others can track. Sometimes, participating in the small acts that others overlook or just sharing spirit is the best way to give and enjoy abundance.

In my life, I encountered many people who turned away from leftovers and small tasks that earned little recognition. I often finished the bottom of the pot not wanting anything to go to waste. I also volunteered for small tasks to ensure that everything was complete. Though the people around me wanted to give me what was ‘better’, I discovered that by accepting what nobody else thought was worthy, I contributed and gained authentic experiences that would otherwise be lost.

Due to my experience of acting when nobody else wanted to, it has become one of my greatest enjoyments to engage myself in the deeds that others surpass because I never know what I will learn or what gifts I’ll receive that other people have left behind. There’s always so many gifts to enjoy, even if nobody else agrees. Step into the gifts you’re offered, be bold on your own and enjoy the abundance of life in all adversities.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

4 thoughts on “Generosity of Spirit

  1. The deep fulfilling joy of meaningful contribution is such a precious gift šŸ’› I agree true generosity is being present for what exactly is needed that none else has thought of or ignored. Little things make a big difference.

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