A Message All May Benefit From

A Message All May Benefit From

Although this is written with the Scorpio in mind, I feel its message is beneficial for all to read.

Blessid Be my wonderful Friends.

 

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HOROSCOPE

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Scorpio

April 23, 2024

You may experience feelings of kindness and thoughtfulness toward others today, which could give you a good-natured and patient focus. This mood can be beneficial in supportive roles such as serving those in need or helping loved ones through difficulties. One good way to take this focus to the next level is to make a conscious effort to serve others quietly and discreetly today. Rather than calling attention to your kindness and compassion, you can strive to remain behind the scenes as you serve others joyfully and selflessly. You might make an anonymous donation to a local charity, help a local family in need by quietly collecting donations of household necessities or food, or write a thoughtful and encouraging note for a friend who is struggling.

Expressing our compassion in selfless and quiet ways allows our generosity to be its own valuable reward. Though receiving recognition for our efforts to help others can still provide a sense of satisfaction, keeping our gestures quiet and confidential can be much more empowering. Not only does it feel good to perform kind deeds on behalf of others but we also enjoy an added sense of gratification about being able to affect positive change in the world. By focusing more on the positive results our actions create in the lives of others, we are able to feel rewarded and joyful about our efforts, even if they remain known only to us. Adopting the role of an anonymous benefactor today can help you express your compassion for others in meaningful and rewarding ways.

 

 

Patty L. Fletcher

Bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled

 

2 Comments

  1. “Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”–Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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