• Be kind today
    Be loving today
    Be forgiving today
    Be encouraging today
    Be helpful today
    Be understanding today
    Be sincere today
    Be generous today
    Be patient today
    Be available today
    Be reliable today

    And then REPEAT TOMORROW #nuggetsofJOY
    #spreadingJOY
    #MondayMorning
    Be kind today Be loving today Be forgiving today Be encouraging today Be helpful today Be understanding today Be sincere today Be generous today Be patient today Be available today Be reliable today And then REPEAT TOMORROW #nuggetsofJOY #spreadingJOY #MondayMorning
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  • "The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
    "The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
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  • "The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
    "The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
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  • "The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
    "The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
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  • 1. Work harder than expected
    2. Stay teachable
    3. Give unselfishly
    4. Read and write more
    5. Show up on time
    6. Quit complaining
    7. Develop good manners
    8. Be humble and show gratitude
    9. Be kind and generous
    10. Surround yourself with smarter people
    1. Work harder than expected 2. Stay teachable 3. Give unselfishly 4. Read and write more 5. Show up on time 6. Quit complaining 7. Develop good manners 8. Be humble and show gratitude 9. Be kind and generous 10. Surround yourself with smarter people
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  • Live simply. Love generously. Speak truthfully. Pray daily. Leave everything else to God.
    Live simply. Love generously. Speak truthfully. Pray daily. Leave everything else to God.
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  • Animal lovers are a special breed of humans, generous of spirit, full of empathy, perhaps a little prone to sentimentality, and with hearts as big as a cloudless sky.
    Animal lovers are a special breed of humans, generous of spirit, full of empathy, perhaps a little prone to sentimentality, and with hearts as big as a cloudless sky.
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  • Love can be unselfish, in the sense of being benevolent and generous, without being selfles
    Love can be unselfish, in the sense of being benevolent and generous, without being selfles
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  • “As I write these words, my thoughts return to you who were my comrades the stubborn and indomitable peasants of Nepal. Once more I hear the laughter with which you greeted every hardship. Once morel see you in your bivouacs or about your camp fires, on forced marches or in the trenches, now shivering with wet and cold, now scorched by a pitiless and burning sun. Uncomplaining you endure hunger and thirst and wounds; and at the last your unwavering lines disappear into the smoke and wrath of battle. Bravest of the brave, most generous of generous, never had a country more faithful friends than you”.
    “As I write these words, my thoughts return to you who were my comrades the stubborn and indomitable peasants of Nepal. Once more I hear the laughter with which you greeted every hardship. Once morel see you in your bivouacs or about your camp fires, on forced marches or in the trenches, now shivering with wet and cold, now scorched by a pitiless and burning sun. Uncomplaining you endure hunger and thirst and wounds; and at the last your unwavering lines disappear into the smoke and wrath of battle. Bravest of the brave, most generous of generous, never had a country more faithful friends than you”.
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  • An equally generous response was made to a variety of appeals for aid – all this from a country which was then, and still is by western standards, desperately poor. The spirit of this friendship can best be illustrated by the reply made to the Prime Minister of Nepal to the British Minister in Kathmandu after the fall of France in 1940. When Britain stood alone. Permission was sought to recruit an additional twenty battalions for the Gurkha Brigade and for Gurkha troops to be allowed to serve in any part of the world. This was readily granted by the Prime Minister who remarked, “Does a friend desert a friend in time of need? If you win, we win with you. If you lose we lose with you”. The whole of the Nepalese Army was again placed at the disposal of the British Crown. Bight Nepalese Regiments were sent to India for internal security duties and for operations on the North-West Frontier. Later a Nepalese Brigade was sent to Burma and fought with particular distinction at the Battle of Imphal.
    An equally generous response was made to a variety of appeals for aid – all this from a country which was then, and still is by western standards, desperately poor. The spirit of this friendship can best be illustrated by the reply made to the Prime Minister of Nepal to the British Minister in Kathmandu after the fall of France in 1940. When Britain stood alone. Permission was sought to recruit an additional twenty battalions for the Gurkha Brigade and for Gurkha troops to be allowed to serve in any part of the world. This was readily granted by the Prime Minister who remarked, “Does a friend desert a friend in time of need? If you win, we win with you. If you lose we lose with you”. The whole of the Nepalese Army was again placed at the disposal of the British Crown. Bight Nepalese Regiments were sent to India for internal security duties and for operations on the North-West Frontier. Later a Nepalese Brigade was sent to Burma and fought with particular distinction at the Battle of Imphal.
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  • One of the sanest, surest, and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortune of others.
    One of the sanest, surest, and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortune of others.
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  • The more generous we are, the more joyous we become. The more cooperative we are, the more valuable we become. The more enthusiastic we are, the more productive we become. The more serving we are, the more prosperous we become
    The more generous we are, the more joyous we become. The more cooperative we are, the more valuable we become. The more enthusiastic we are, the more productive we become. The more serving we are, the more prosperous we become
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  • “When it comes to money, you can’t win.

    If you focus on making it, you’re materialistic. If you try to but don’t make any, you’re a loser.

    If you make a lot and keep it, you’re a miser. If you make it and spend it, you’re a spendthrift.

    If you don’t care about making it, you’re unambitious. If you make a lot and still have it when you die, you’re a fool–for trying to take it with you.

    The only way to really win with money is to hold it loosely

    – and be generous with it to accomplish things of value.”

    John C. Maxwell
    “When it comes to money, you can’t win. If you focus on making it, you’re materialistic. If you try to but don’t make any, you’re a loser. If you make a lot and keep it, you’re a miser. If you make it and spend it, you’re a spendthrift. If you don’t care about making it, you’re unambitious. If you make a lot and still have it when you die, you’re a fool–for trying to take it with you. The only way to really win with money is to hold it loosely – and be generous with it to accomplish things of value.” John C. Maxwell
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  • uropeans had lived in the midst of vast forests throughout the earlier medieval centuries. After 1250 they became so skilled at deforestation that by 1500 they were running short of wood for heating and cooking. They were faced with a nutritional decline because of the elimination of the generous supply of wild game that had inhabited the now-disappearing forests, which throughout medieval times had provided the staple of their carnivorous high-protein diet. By 1500 Europe was on the edge of a fuel and nutritional disaster [from] which it was saved in the sixteenth century only by the burning of soft coal and the cultivation of potatoes and maize.

    Industrial era
    uropeans had lived in the midst of vast forests throughout the earlier medieval centuries. After 1250 they became so skilled at deforestation that by 1500 they were running short of wood for heating and cooking. They were faced with a nutritional decline because of the elimination of the generous supply of wild game that had inhabited the now-disappearing forests, which throughout medieval times had provided the staple of their carnivorous high-protein diet. By 1500 Europe was on the edge of a fuel and nutritional disaster [from] which it was saved in the sixteenth century only by the burning of soft coal and the cultivation of potatoes and maize. Industrial era
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  • Try to be a generous man.
    Try to be a generous man.
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  • One of the sanest, surest and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortunes of others.
    One of the sanest, surest and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortunes of others.
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  • Plan a nice outing for #Christmas is the best and most wonderful time of the year when you can expect and look for some #generous #travel deal but does it last until you start booking?

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    Plan a nice outing for #Christmas is the best and most wonderful time of the year when you can expect and look for some #generous #travel deal but does it last until you start booking? http://bit.ly/2POfNjy
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