Giving is so often thought of in terms of the things we give, but our greatest giving is of our time, and kindness, and even comfort for those who need it. We look on these gifts as unimportant – until we need them. —Joyce Sequichie Hifler

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Giving is so often thought of in terms of the things we give, but our greatest giving is of our time, and kindness, and even comfort for those who need it. We look on these gifts as unimportant – until we need them.

JOYCE SEQUICHIE HIFLER

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Vaidehi from Delhi, India OCTOBER 5, 2016
Yes! "True Giving' can never be faked - nor can 'Feigned giving be "Received & Reciprocated with Blessings"!


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