The power of unconditional giving

Giving without strings attached is like fishing without hook. Instead of intending to catch a meal, are we feeding instead of hunting. When we share our love with others without expecting something in return, we open a world of exponential possibilities. Our expectation or bite is narrowing the potential of returns paradoxically enough. When we, for example, only allow money to come in forms of abundance, we limit the flow of reciprocity, and, therefore, also our own ability to thrive;

a situation or relationship in which two people or groups agree to do something similar for each other, to allow each other to have the same rights, etc. : a reciprocal arrangement or relationship

Without knowing how our loving acts will be responded upon, we remain open for unpredictable outcomes in our lives and prosper in diversity. This magic of unpredictable prosperity often times disappears when we convince ourselves to work in a 9 till 5 job, purely for the sake of making ends meet. The real magic happens in being creative, for the sake joy of the creative act itself. The joy of creativity is, on itself, nourishing to some extend, making it easier for you to be generous. Would it not be foolish to be generous without enjoying the giving yourself? Would it not be true if both parties are equally benefited in the exchange of energies? And in doing so, creating a social structure in which there is an equilibrium between exchanges.

The power of unconditional giving liberates us from the slavery of clientèle, the bondage of expectation, the peer pressure of our societies.

Like a far distant star, gazing in light, is our art which brings us height.

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