A few things you might do over the next few days ~
- Smile at someone who is tired (offer help if you can).
- Give away one of your presents (a nice one).
- Make love with your husband, slowly.
- Pray for the people in the room.
- Thank God for three things (more is OK).
- Be patient with someone.
- Give someone the benefit of the doubt.
- Find a private moment to kiss your sweetie.
- Do something that really moves you outside of your comfort zone.
Being generous is a lifestyle change. It’s a change of heart and mind. Start with your sweetie and those closest to you. You can learn from the doing. Getting better at it just takes practice.
Every time we love, every time we give, it’s Christmas. Dale Evans
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Solid post about giving to your spouse ~ It’s better to give than receive (from Marriage Life)
The Generous Husband just concluded his series on a report from the National Marriage Project.
Study says being generous is good for marriages
A bit of background
Generosity – turns out it’s a big deal!
Sex – important to husband and wives
About that shared walk
Family and Friends matter in marriage
Money and housework
Be generous! Lori <><
4 days ’til Christmas!