"We make a living by what we get, but we
make a life by what we give."
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Give Your Wealth
Part of your wealth that you should give is from the items you have
been blessed to have in your possession. There are many in this world
that are not as blessed and could benefit from your generosity.
Consider donating items that are a part of your home that could be put
to better use. Some of these items might be:
Unused cellular phones
Take some time today to donate some of the items in your home to a
local family, church, or charity.
Another part of your wealth has to do with your finances. Giving
financially is what we usually think of when we think of philanthropy.
It is an important part. There are many things that need to be done for
others that require money. Consider these areas for giving financially:
Give at least a tithe
(10%) of what you are continually blessed with
Donate stocks, bonds,
real estate and life insurance policies
Plan giving into your
will or trust
There are other ways to give of your finances and material items. Find
out what your favorite church or charity needs and consider filling
that need from something you have. You will make the world a better
place by doing it.
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