Quotes about Giving
Be inspired by these quotes about giving. Find thoughts
on what the true meaning of giving is. If we all gave a bit more
it would make a huge impact on the world.
Giving to others will not take away from what you have but
will in fact add to your life.
Quotes about Life |
The moment practicing gratitude daily becomes a habit,
you can start to incorporate gratitude for your future.
You can start giving gratitude for things that you want but do not have yet.
Gabor Cadman, Confidence: Easy Steps to Attain Super Confidence
Giving kindness does us as much good as receiving it.
Piero Ferrucci, The Power of Kindness: The Unexpected Benefits of Leading a Compassionate Life
Sharing Grace is God's power and ability to meet our needs and take
joy in giving to others.
Tony Cooke, Grace: The DNA of God
When you do give, make it a practice to do so intentionally
with the idea of benefitting others.
M. Ahlers, 50 Things to Know About Practicing Spiritual Discipline
What Comes First |
When you volunteer your time, donate funds, or provide acts of service,
always give from your heart
and give for the sake of giving.
Heidi Catherine Culbertson, Wisdom and Recipes: Things I Would Have Shared With My Daughter
It seemed to me that the people who were genuinely thriving in their lives
were the ones who had
made room for well-being, wisdom, wonder, and giving.
Arianna Huffington, Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder
Happiness can be the result, not of spending more money on oneself,
but rather of giving money away to others.
Christian Smith, The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose
Inspirational Quotes |
If you knew what I know about the power of giving you would not
let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.
Mercy will cost you, too. It'll cost you time, money, or potentially
relationships. Mercy that doesn't cost much isn't worth much.
But God promises that when you help hurting people by giving
what you have, he will bless you in return.
Before you ever receive the wonderful treasures of a happy life,
you must first give.
Give of yourself. Be of service to others.
Only what you give can be multiplied back into your own life.
That is the law of the harvest, the law of the ten-fold return.
If you give nothing, even if it is multiplied, you receive nothing.
Mary Kay Ash
Giving freely and giving with a good heart, will never go unrewarded.
James Clear, The Art of Winning In Life
Which would you rather have -- someone who is nice and helpful to
you all the time who might not give you a gift or someone who shows no
interest in you all year and then gives you a token gift once a year?
Tawra J. Kellam; Jill Cooper, Homemade Christmas
With 'give and receive', you are offering something for the other
person with a willingness to receive something in return, but not an
Derek C. Doepker, Why Authors Fail
Positive Quotes |
The gift of sight to see beyond The darker clouds of now!
John McLeod, Dear Father
Cheerful givers do not count the cost of what they give.
Their hearts are set on pleasing and cheering the person to whom the
gift is given.
Julian of Norwich
We all should give what we have decided in our hearts to give,
not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.
2 Corinthians 9:7
Also, remember that in relationships, you get what you give,
so treat other people the way you'd like them to treat you.
Gavin Bird, Self Esteem: Change your life in one day!
Not what we give, but what we share,
for the gift without the giver is bare;
who gives himself with his alms feeds three,
himself, his hungering neighbor, and me.
James Russell Lowell
Simply give others a bit of yourself; a thoughtful act, a helpful idea, a
word of appreciation, a lift over a rough spot, a sense of understanding,
a timely suggestion. You take something
out of your mind, garnished in kindness out of your heart,
and put it into the other person's mind and heart.
Charles H. Burr
All relationships are designed to embody a dual role of giving and
receiving. If one person is doing all the giving and the other doing
all the receiving, there will be an imbalance.
Charles F. Stanley
Small talk is also useful when gathering information.
Idle chatting puts people off their guard and makes them more
open to giving information that they may deem as not important.
Eric Christian, Introvert
I believe people find it hard to receive; therefore they are more interested
in giving than getting.
Cathy Grant, The Journey
Even if you have money and you give it to people,
when you are not happy for who those people are,
you are not being generous.
Gary M. Douglas, Blessed Possibilities
When you act on your values and things which are important to you
and giving your soul a voice. You will feel stronger as a person because of it.
Louise R Allen, Confidence
Words of Encouragment |
But make no mistake, what I've described here is what makes
great salespeople great. The best ones honestly care about the
people they're selling to, they thrive on meeting new people and
hearing new stories, and they're certain they're giving as much
as they're getting in return.
Joe Procopio, It's All Nonsense
We are all on the same island working towards different goals.
When we take a moment to acknowledge another person and
give just a little of ourselves to another then we set forth amazing things.
Scott Wyatt, 30 Days to Success and Inner Peace
When you learn, teach, when you get, give.
Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Generous giving starts when it hurts to give.
When one moves in the direction of "poverty" in order to
make someone else "rich." By richness we are not talking about
adding to someone else's net worth. Rather we are
talking about spiritual
richness or the richness that comes from living the life that
God intended for all (not just the privileged) to live.
Gordon MacDonald, Generosity: Moving Toward a Life that is Truly Life
Being wealthy is about being productive, giving to others,
serving society, and creating a legacy.
At the time I am writing this, the two wealthiest men in America -Bill Gates
and Warren Buffett -appear
to be asking themselves if wealth is worth it, and they're coming up
with an unusual response.
They're giving away the largest part of their fortunes.
S. Truett Cathy Wealth: Is It Worth It?
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