Giving

  • December 23, 2011 at 5:07 pm #2928
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    During this amazing season, when we give gifts to each other, we need to remember the most important person that we need to give a gift to. US!!!

    Give yourself the most wonderful gift of love, kindness and patience. Be good to yourself and have absolutely magical Christmas, Holidays, New Year!!!

    Love to ALL of YOU!!!

    Thank you for the best gift I could ever receive from you. Your love in this Network for each other!!!!

    THANK YOU!!!! :kiss: 🙂 :cheer: :woohoo:

    December 30, 2011 at 5:48 pm #2932
    Christine Schumann
    Participant

    [quote=”amanda” post=2388]During this amazing season, when we give gifts to each other, we need to remember the most important person that we need to give a gift to. US!!!

    Give yourself the most wonderful gift of love, kindness and patience. Be good to yourself and have absolutely magical Christmas, Holidays, New Year!!!

    Love to ALL of YOU!!!

    Thank you for the best gift I could ever receive from you. Your love in this Network for each other!!!!

    THANK YOU!!!! :kiss: 🙂 :cheer: :woohoo:[/quote]

    “Thank you, Amanda!” Thank you everybody for sharing your wisdom and Love with me. You are ALL so amazing and I wish you an ABSOLUYELY MAGICAL NEW YEAR! May all your dreams come true! (…and they will… just keep loving YOURSELF!!) :woohoo:

    December 31, 2011 at 8:22 pm #2936
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=2392][quote=”amanda” post=2388]During this amazing season, when we give gifts to each other, we need to remember the most important person that we need to give a gift to. US!!!

    Give yourself the most wonderful gift of love, kindness and patience. Be good to yourself and have absolutely magical Christmas, Holidays, New Year!!!

    Love to ALL of YOU!!!

    Thank you for the best gift I could ever receive from you. Your love in this Network for each other!!!!

    THANK YOU!!!! :kiss: 🙂 :cheer: :woohoo:[/quote]

    “Thank you, Amanda!” Thank you everybody for sharing your wisdom and Love with me. You are ALL so amazing and I wish you an ABSOLUYELY MAGICAL NEW YEAR! May all your dreams come true! (…and they will… just keep loving YOURSELF!!) :woohoo:[/quote]

    Thank you!!! Your dreams are already coming true!!! :woohoo:

    January 9, 2012 at 5:56 am #2959
    Laurie Thiboutot
    Participant

    I hope everyone has a wonderful year to come! 🙂

    January 10, 2012 at 12:59 am #2975
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=2419]I hope everyone has a wonderful year to come! :)[/quote]

    It is the Year of Abundance!!! :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:

    April 25, 2012 at 12:52 am #3560
    Lynn Thompson
    Participant

    The native Americans calibrate with a give away. When a person in a tribe celebrates a birth or marriage, they envite others to join in the celibration. Gifts are given to the guests to give thanks to those who attend in shairing the Joyous event.They call it a giveaway. 🙂

    The term Indian giving comes from the Indians giving the white man items that they needed to service in this harsh primitive enviornment. The White man was posessive and greedy. Stuff was important and they were happy for the gifts. However when the Indians found that thay were not being used or needed, and the Indians now needed them they took them back. :blush:

    April 28, 2012 at 1:28 am #3561
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=3021]The native Americans calibrate with a give away. When a person in a tribe celebrates a birth or marriage, they envite others to join in the celibration. Gifts are given to the guests to give thanks to those who attend in shairing the Joyous event.They call it a giveaway. 🙂

    The term Indian giving comes from the Indians giving the white man items that they needed to service in this harsh primitive enviornment. The White man was posessive and greedy. Stuff was important and they were happy for the gifts. However when the Indians found that thay were not being used or needed, and the Indians now needed them they took them back. :blush:[/quote]

    I love the idea of Indian giving. But you are right, for us it is a completely foreign concept.

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