The Spirit of Giving

by Marlon Katsigazi
(Durham, North Carolina)

Every walk I take,  the murram/dusty road leaves no dust in the air, but a fragrance of victory.

Every walk I take, the murram/dusty road leaves no dust in the air, but a fragrance of victory.

Every walk I take,  the murram/dusty road leaves no dust in the air, but a fragrance of victory. Tears of Joy are a substitute for the morning dew.

It is better to give than to receive.

Giving breaks hopelessness, and the spirit of hope resonates in the atmosphere.

Giving opens doors for provision, success is at the end of every road.

Giving is therapy for stress, wake up every morning to a symphony of angelic music.

I have been in this atmosphere, and I came out with ambition, drive, motivation and hope.

"Blindness is buried in the ground. Every walk I take, the murram road leaves no dust in the air, but a fragrance of victory. A fragrance so sweet and in tune with the swallows of spring."

"Tears of Joy are a substitute for the morning dew. The rainbow in the sky, so visible at night, a symbol that a man's plight is no more."

Giving material things is a great act, but there are also other forms. Sharing knowledge, knowledge that can elevate someone, a business or an organization. Share words that uplift a neighbor. Do not bury your talent, express your talent so that the world benefits.

Be a cheerful giver, and blessings will fall upon you.

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