Not Much To Give

Some days there just isn’t much to give.

But it still matters.


Not Much
Sometimes a very little

Is a great deal.

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43 thoughts on “Not Much To Give

  1. russtowne says:

    Well said, my friend.

  2. Ocean Bream says:

    Excellently put 🙂

  3. We can’t have abundance for all every day Colleen 🙂

  4. Paul says:

    Love it – so true Colleen.

  5. tric says:

    Lovely Colleen. I think we ‘give’ a little every day to someone, but may never know it. We also ‘get’ a little every day too, often from others who don’t know they’ve given.
    BTW, I read your posts every morning on FB. They are like my start to the day or thought for the day, but I don’t always get to comment, so I suppose that is one of the ‘gives’ you don’t know you’ve given! 🙂

    • Thank you Tric, I like your take on this. I think you are absolutely right.

      And thank you for letting me know I some how manage to exist in Ireland every day, even if it’s ‘only’ in someones thoughts as my words travel the distance for me. ❤

  6. ksbeth says:

    very little can have a giant impact.

  7. inmycorner says:

    What did Mother Teresa say? “Be faithful in small things because it is in them that you strength lies.”

  8. Val Boyko says:

    Yes! We never really know the impact we have in relation to how much we feel we are going. A little can be so much 😊

  9. Some days when we feel sad or down we don’t have much to give to others. But even on those days we need to give what little we can give to another human being. By doing so we are giving a lot because not only does it help another person it also helps you rise above your sadness.

  10. Tanya Cliff says:

    Excellent, Colleen! Maybe if we all just gave a smile…

  11. viveka says:

    You’re wonderful, Colleen .. and I love your little image. It’s the giving that counts. I wish you and Mr Brown a pleasant weekend.

  12. Aquileana says:

    So true… little things and gestures can make a big difference…

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