December 3rd, 2017 5:12 PM
Dear Friends,
For those of the Christian faith this is the month we begin to celebrate the Season of Advent, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. Many of us will recognize and resurrect the generous spirit of sharing and giving, as we'll be spending wonderful times with our family and friends. I've always known throughout my life it is best to give than to receive. Unfortunately, there are many Americans that are suffering due to challenges that have sidelined their true presence of character. This can occur when one is involved in circumstances which prevents the ability to prosper.
Just the other day I read a story about a woman who ran out of gas and was stranded in the middle of nowhere. A homeless gentleman nearby was able to assist her by paying for the gas with the only money he had for her to start the car, so she could drive to her destination. The woman was so grateful for this man's help, she was compelled to raise funds on a public website in which Americans across the country donated the sum of over $360,000! This gentleman plans to help other homeless persons with the monies that were reserved for him. This example of generosity, is a simple reminder that all of us must embrace the spirit that we have within our souls to help those in dire need. These two personalities met under challenging circumstances and all of us know, full well, an intervention from up above has taken place.

Throughout my life I have recognized and understood it is better to give than to receive. When we give to others in a sincere and genuine manner, the rewards are forthcoming as one's peace of mind is augmented. I have several friends that are truly generous as they give of themselves by their magnanimous presence. I also know of others that offer
their support by their assistance financially, but as we later learn there are controlling strings attached.
My goal for this wonderful month is to give. I am downsizing as much as I can as I have 2 storage units collecting dust. I will be donating clothing, shoes and other possessions that I no longer use to charities that help those in need.
It's a glorious time to display the meaning of this magnificent Season of Advent, when we help our downtrodden neighbors.

Thanks again for your continuous support.

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Posted by Jesse Dorado on December 3rd, 2017 5:12 PMPost a Comment

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