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Feb 28

Generosity vs. Stinginess

Generosity vs. Stinginess

Definition: Carefully managing my resources so I can freely give to those in need.

 

I Will…

* Share what I have with others

* Recycle

* Not expect anything in return for my generosity

* Give of my time and talents

* Praise the good I see in others

 

Week One Activities 

(Practicing ~ Sharing what I have with others)

Encourage siblings to share within the home, which will enable sharing among friends and others.

 

Week Two Activities 

(Practicing ~ Recycling)

Teach and practice recycling in your home. This is not only in garbage, but you can also practice this in giving clothes and toys away as well.

 

Week Three Activities 

(Practicing ~ Not expecting anything in return for your generosity)

Locate a need that your family can fill, above and beyond that which you typically would do. Possibly one that you would usually be paid for, but do for nothing teaching your family generosity by practicing it.

 

Week Four Activities 

(Practicing ~ Giving of my time and talents)

During family time discuss and determine each family member talents and how they can give their time and talents generously this week.

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Week Five Activities 

(Practicing ~ Praising the good I see in others)

Encouragement is always a blessings ~ be sure to praise generously!

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  1. Mrs. Sarah Coller

    These are great goals…good for you!

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      Thanks! :)

  2. Heather {Upside Down Homeschooling}

    These are great reminders about things we should be already doing. Recycling is something my family needs to step up our efforts on.

    Thanks so much for linking up to the Hearts for Home Blog Hop! Blessings!!
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    1. simplyhelpinghim

      I so need reminders! :) LOL! Thanks for stoppin by! Blessings!

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