THERE IS PLEASURE IN SHARING

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There’s Pleasure in Sharing

“A bone to the dog is not charity. Charity is the bone shared with the dog when you are just as hungry as the dog.” – Jack London

People say there is joy in sharing. That is true. There can be no joy in possession without sharing.

We don’t allow the energy of God to enter our lives when we selfishly cling to anything. God shared with us, and – because our soul comes from God – the most pleasure we can get from anything is by sharing it with others.

To quote Martin Luther King, Jr., “We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.”

So, Share With Someone Today!
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Did you know? – Tears of joy, tears of sadness, and other types of tears all look different when placed under a microscope – they have distinct molecules. When they dry, the crystalised salt takes on different shapes and forms.

6 COMMENTS

  1. To the perversed minds, they will derive pleasure from sharing the COVID-19 or any other kind displeasure or pain. To such people, anguish and pain in others bring much pleasure to them.

    Let it be that we should derive pleasure from sharing those things that make others truly happy.

    • Can we truly, in all cases, know ahead what will make others happy? What if we share what makes us happy, hoping that it makes them happy too? What if it ends up making them unhappy?

  2. When you give to others, you create a vacuum in your life for God to fill with blessings.
    Thank you for this new knowledge of different kinds of tears with distinct molecules.

    • It’s amazing that tears are differentiated in as low as their molecules. That must mean that right inside of the person shedding the tears there are good or bad things happening. Perhaps that’s why Aristotle said weeping is necessary for emotional adjustment.

  3. It’s amazing that tears are differentiated in as low as their molecules. That must mean that right inside of the person shedding the tears there are good or bad things happening. Perhaps that’s why Aristotle said weeping is necessary for emotional adjustment.

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