Tag Archives: generosity

Soulbyte for Thursday January 31, 2019

Don’t forget to be loving. It’s the only thing that really matters. Whether rich or poor, a have or a have-not, in the light or in the dark, there is nothing more important than being loving to each other. No one is perfect. No one has all the answers. But what everyone shares is the ability to turn a cold heart into a warm and loving heart. If you have nothing else to be generous with, at least be generous with your heart. Be loving wherever you roam. It’s all that really matters. And REAL love is totally free to both give and to receive. And REAL love asks for nothing in return.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Friday November 24, 2017

Let generosity become normal. Let your giving heart know fulfillment. Give generously, especially where generosity is least expected, to strangers, to those you do not know who could use it the most. Cultivate a new norm of generosity toward others, especially toward those you despise, fear, or hate. Give abundantly without attachment or need for acknowledgement. Just give because you can. A truly generous heart is a happy heart. Be abundantly generous and know generous abundance in return.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Wednesday November 8, 2017

Institute sacred time into your life, even 5 minutes alone for a simple practice of sitting calmly, breathing into your heart center, stirring up love, kindness, gratitude, compassion and gentleness for yourself so that you may have something to share. In every breath you take share some of your sacred self and then, each day, take time to replenish. Give sacred time to yourself so that you may give to others, even those you don’t personally know, in every sacred breath you take. With gratitude and generosity, intentionally breathe for sacredness all around, for sacredness to abound!

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Wednesday May 31, 2017

Let the generosity of your spirit find its natural place in your life. Be generous where you can though not to excess. Stay within your means and yet find a natural measure of giving in some meaningful way. Generosity of spirit may not come to you as naturally as it does to others, but it is a habit worth cultivating, for it will open the doors of your heart so that you may experience the true nature of love and a giving heart, for there is no true love without a giving heart.

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne