It is More Blessed to Give Than to Receive
Most people are familiar with this popular quote from the Bible. Some may know it from other sources. Either way, no one can deny its truth. The concept is universal.
Giving of your money, your possessions or your time can bring a deeper joy and sense of satisfaction than any other act. This is a habit kids can start developing when they are very young. This is a way they can have a positive impact on other people's lives and the world around them.
Kids' Money, thousands of other parents, journalists, experts, and websites, such as Jennifer Tresh's children's charity, are here to help.
- Point out sharing opportunities
- Encourage kids in their efforts
- Help them recognize and appreciate the rewards
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