Being generous means you’re prepared to share your resources, knowledge, and skills for the benefit of others. In fact, you’re prepared to give them away with no expectation of getting anything in return.
Being generous is acting from the realisation we are in this project of life together and get a better outcome when we share and lend each other a helping hand.
When you’re generous, you’re saying you think of the welfare of others.
Being collaborative is how you signal you’re a team player, whether that team is a work team, a family, or a partnership. It’s about pitching in to help, lending a hand, or joining in a group effort to get something done.
We are social beings, and working together builds cohesion and a sense of belonging.
Maybe you’re looking for something light and contemporary. The New Girlfriendmight be just what you need.
Perhaps you’ve reached that point where you need something a little more introspective, something a little more deep and meaningful. I’ve got a selection of books from my writings as a Mysticthat might be just what you need.
None of them will cost you much. They’re all reasonably priced.
Welcome to the world of self-isolation – the place where we stay at home.
If you can work from home, you’ve got something to get on with during working hours, but if you can’t, then you have some extra hours to fill.
Even if you are still able to work, the range of after-hours activities available to all of us has been seriously curtailed. The pubs, bars and eating places are closed. The theatres are closed. They’ve cancelled the football and basketball. They are telling us to stay home.
So, what are we going to do while we wait for the ‘all clear’ to resume our normal routines?
The Cobalt Sky is book 10 in Keith Dixon’s Sam Dyke Investigations series.
The story is driven by the theft of an artwork and the dysfunctional relationships of the artist’s family. The more Sam looks into the people associated with the artist, the more dysfunctional the family appears, and the less likable the artist becomes as a person.
The investigation is hampered by a lack of honesty in several key players, one of whom is the thief. No surprise there, but there are a few surprises in the telling of this tale. A good read.