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The receiver controls what the giver can give
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TUESDAY, Aug. 15, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Generosity really is its own reward, with the brain seemingly hardwired for happiness in response to giving, new research suggests. Scientists in Switzerland used brain scans to track activity in brain regions associated with socializing, decision-making and happiness. Giving makes you happier There is scientific proof showing a link in the brain between giving and happiness. One study sought to find out if the prospect of giving could make.
TUESDAY, Aug. 15, 2017 (HealthDay News) Generosity really is its own reward, with the brain seemingly hardwired for happiness in response to giving, new research suggests. Scientists in. One of the rewards of giving is seen in verse 6: You will receive unlimited blessings. There is no ceiling or cut-off to these returns.
Even the most lucrative schemes or sweepstakes in this world have limits to their purses, but not so with Christian giving. The amount of blessing that we reap is limited only by the manner of our sowing. But research suggests it’s worth it: New studies attest to the benefits of giving—not just for the recipients but for the givers’ health and happiness, and for the strength of entire communities. Of course, you don’t have to shop to reap the benefits of giving.
The idea that altruism benefits the giver as well as the receiver usually derives from the fact (or hope) that if you provide help to others, one day when you need it there’ll be someone to help you. What goes around, comes around. Social scientists, psychologists and medical researchers are finding other ways altruism rewards the giver. And giving away money isn’t the only way to reap the psychological rewards of generosity: Americans who are very giving in relationships—being emotionally available and hospitable—are much more. The Giver As we walk through life, we take for granted the gifts that make it such a blessing: its beauty and complexities, the small things that we do not even think of on a moment to moment basis; the flowers, the different colors of green in the trees, the yellow and black of the bumble bee.
“There are those who give with joy, and that joy is their reward.” Khalil Gibran “Happiness doesn’t result from what we get, but from what we give.” Ben Carson “If you want something, give it.” Deepak Chopra “If you have much, give of your wealth; if you have little, give of your heart.” Proverb. One of the best feelings in the world is giving. The positive energy is contagious. With just one act of kindness, you can inspire others to go out and plant seeds of happiness through giving, too.
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