I give you my heart; I receive yours in return. Through acts of kindness and caring, we put energy into the world that brings us all the abundance we need. It doesn’t have to be anything so big that you feel depleted — the simple I love yous and returning stray carts to parking lot corrals add up as much as everything else. Remember in your times of struggle — when you give love without expectation, in time you find that it returns to you.
Artist: Ray Kelley
Therapists use a practice called accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) in which the way we receive emotional offerings becomes the grounds to nourish well-being. In this methodology, patients learn to receive love and other contributions, which in turn grows our desire and ability to give and return love. (Good Therapy)
Gary Chapman, who identified the five love languages in his book The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, says the “Acts of Service” language is the most misunderstood. Someone who loves in the Act of Service language values people who walk the walk and who want to be part of an equal team instead of one out of balance. (Blinkist)
Question: What do you do to put good in the world, and how do you get acknowledgement that you’ve received it back?
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