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Make every day Christmas day

/ 11:59 PM December 23, 2011

Clean out your closets of old clothes and set aside a big amount from your Christmas bonus to be given to the flood victims of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan City.

You’ll soon realize how your generosity will be rewarded by the Universe a hundredfold.


When you give away old clothes, you make space for new clothes to come into your closet because Nature hates a vacuum.

When you give away money to people in need, you, in effect, tell the Universe that you have more than enough money to spend.


In response, the Universe gives you more to spend.

Inversely, people who don’t share their wealth with others soon lose it.

Money is meant to be circulated, that’s why it’s called currency.

You stop the flow of money to yourself when you hoard it, as money is meant to be circulated.

One way to keep money circulating in your life is to give it away.

Tycoons like Lucio Tan, Manny Pangilinan and San Miguel Corp.’s Ramon Ang know the benefits of sharing their wealth with the needy.

Tan, Pangilinan and Ang are in the forefront of giving financial and material aid to “Sendong” victims in the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan.


These wealthy people know that the huge amount they give away to the needy returns to them a hundredfold.

Best-selling author Robert Collier, in his book “Riches Within Your Reach,” says: “An unselfish giving results in getting, just as surely as planting results in harvesting. Give with no thought of reward but the good of the one you are helping, and good is bound to flow back to you.”

So, give to the needy, especially to the latest victims of this tragedy-prone country.

Give till it hurts and you will be overwhelmed with a flood of good fortune. Sooner than later.

Make every day Christmas day by giving away money to charities and institutions that you derive spiritual inspirations from, like your church.

You will find that the Universe will make a Christmas tree out of you—full of gifts—when you are generous.

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