Alberta, Canada, May 31, 2013.
Received by Renée.
Teacher Prometheus: “Great acts of generosity cannot be measured by the calculating mind, but by the feeling one experiences in the heart, and the surety in one’s confidence that a kindness has been proffered.
“The sincere act of generosity does not involve any analysis of sacrifice, but is given to alleviate suffering, support the growth and development of another, offer companionship and compassion, solace, or simply comfort.
“Monetary generosity is of value if it assists another in sustaining, maintaining or contributing to their quality of life, health, welfare, happiness, or to alleviate strife. ‘Small’ is only a relative word and to label an act of genuine generosity as ‘large’ or ‘small’ is inappropriate in the spiritual sense.
“In general, if you feel ‘soul-satisfied’ in your action when choosing to give either, words, deeds, time, emotional, educational, financial, or spiritual support, then consider it sincere and refrain from glorifying your ego by advertising the act of giving to others.
“It is commendable to share and to expect nothing in return, but unnecessary to attach a sense of pride to the giving, rather a sense of humility, since ultimately all good comes back to you, and is an investment of love for which you were created.
“I am Prometheus.”
© The 11:11 Progress Group.
“When we speak of Wisdom, we are speaking of the profound cosmic
knowledge base upon which the creature-personality can draw” –
Prometheus March 10, 2013.