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questions to ask yourself
middot generosity accounting questions to ask yourself

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questions to ask yourself

Written by  riverton mussar

art-questionsUse these questions to evaluate your day:

    1. What were the seeds that started to erode your generosity today?
    2. Think of how you used the resources around you today (money, natural, etc..). Did you see a need and respond generously? Why or why not?
    3. Were you generous in your speech today? Did you take a moment to say something positive to someone to lift him/her up?
    4. Is there a plan today or one day this week to distribute charity?
    5. Did you look at someone today and judge their neediness or did you help them? Is this a different response than you usually give?
    6. Does giving make you feel superior or haughty?
    7. Is it difficult for you to give of your possessions to help others?
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