Many people think that when you share what you have, you become poorer. Hence, when they have, they are selfish and refuse to share, believing it is better for them.
The opposite is what is true. When you share what you have, you become richer. When you selfishly keep it all for yourself, you become poorer.
God will bless you for sharing your blessings not for refusing to share them. When you keep all for yourself, there is no way it can multiply.
What goes out can never come back the same. It is what stays in that is most likely to remain the same until it moves or is moved.
If you look at your community, those who share the most, receive the most and have the most.
Let me use a smile to make you grasp this point better. The more smiles you give, the more smiles you receive. The fewer smiles you give out, the fewer smiles you receive.
If you are nice to people when they are in trouble, wait for the day you will be in trouble. You will have an influx of people coming to show you love.
If you never go to sympathize with people who are mourning, be sure that very few people will stand by you the day you will also be mourning.
If you do not have the habit of sharing because you think that keeping what you are blessed with for yourself is the best thing to do, I advise that you change. Be open handed. Be generous not just with material things but with everything you are blessed with; immaterial things like time, your smile, love, kindness, humour, company etc. The more you give, the more you will receive; and the richer you will be.
We can safely end by saying share and grow rich. Hoard and grow poor. Share and have more. Hoard and have less.
I learn every day;
I learn to grow;
Every day, I grow;
I discover new things;
New ways of doing;
Some ways that work;
And some ways that
You can’t grow
If you don’t learn;
Those who learn, grow;
Those who don’t learn,
I shall keep learning
Until, to full size
Learn and grow;
Learn and succeed.
If you stay in long enough, And use your head to think, You will discover better ways If doing what you want to do; If you go away too early, You will miss many opportunities; A lot of opportunities come With time; When you keep trying, Even if you fail; You will learn from experience; And the more experience you get, The better for you. We can summarize by saying, We can grow through failure; My dear friend, fail and grow.
To learn is to grow;
To refuse to learn,
Is to refuse to grow;
Don’t say you can’t learn
Because you are old;
Who can be old to learn?
No one is too old to learn;
Learn and learn and learn;
Keep learning until
You can learn no more.
Welcome to day 2 of our challenge, “We grow you grow challenge”.
Today, we are asking you to give us your appreciation or explanation of any of the following or both quotes:
1. Ninety-nine percent of failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses. George Washington Carver.
2. “When a winner makes a mistake, he says, “I was wrong”; when a loser makes a mistake, he says, “It wasn’t my fault..” John Mason.
You may tell us how you understand the quote; in what way it touches you; whether or not it inspires you; and what responsible action you may wish to take as a result of reading this quote. You must not answer all the questions.
After receiving your comment, we will visit your site and leave at least a‘like’ and a comment.
I want to grow tall in faith;
If I grow tall in faith,
Then I am tall indeed;
That is better than
If I grow tall in height;
If I grow tall in courage,
I have reason to celebrate;
Courage is a great weapon I need;
If I grow tall in self-confidence,
I will be fine;
Nothing can replace that virtue
But faith crowns it all;
You have faith, you have it all.
Grow taller in faith everyday,
Till you hit the heights.