Generosity has different meanings for different people. It extends beyond thinking of oneself and involves giving without expecting anything in return. In today’s fast-paced world, it is easy to prioritise personal interests over others. However, it is crucial to be kind to everyone around us and consciously make an effort to do so.

Generosity is Simple

The beauty of generosity lies in its simplicity. Greet others with a warm hello, assist a family member with a task without being asked, hold the door open for someone, invite a friend over for lunch, pick up litter, re-connect with someone you have not seen in a while, approach differing viewpoints with an open mind, donate money or time to a worthy cause – the possibilities are endless.

Generosity Impacts All

Remember, an act of generosity simultaneously impacts three lives: the giver, the recipient and any observer. Simple acts of generosity have the power to change lives for the better. As Adam Smith aptly stated in The Theory of Moral Sentiments: “People naturally desire not only to be loved, but to be lovely”. Don’t just have a lovely week, but be lovely this week.

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