The Sweetness of Giving
More than 25 years ago, my stepfather, Doc, saw me give a homeless man $20 and he asked me why I did it. The question took me by surprise, partly because I had never thought about the “why.”
After a few moments, I told him “because it makes me feel good.”
My dream job is to be a philanthropist, which I plan to make into a full-time job when I win the lottery (I already have a plan on how to give away millions).
In the meantime, I consider myself a mini-philanthropist with big dreams.
I am celebrating a big birthday on December 29th – it’s hard to imagine, but I am turning 65 and I have already received my Medicare card!
No matter how “youthful” I like to imagine I am, there is no denying that I am entering what Wayne Dyer called “late afternoon.
Although I may never win the lottery, I plan to increase my “giving” now, especially since I am fortunate enough to have all the ”stuff” anyone needs to live a good life.
I am beginning this today and I hope you will help me by supporting my “birthday project” to send a young girl to medical school. To get all the exciting details, please click here: https://www.justlikemychild.org/arielleford/
Wishing you love, laughter and magical kisses,
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