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Positive Guru Monday ( A Shift In Thinking For Kelly In The Realm of Giving. Do You Have A Positive Act or Shift in Thought to Share? )

The other day Kelly gave $10.00 to a man on the street asking for money.  She said “I just gave him the money and let go.  I did not judge him or wonder what he was going to do with the money.  I just chose to believe it was going to help and gave.  I have to say it really felt good. There was a time I did not have the money to do so but I do now and I am glad that I did.”  This was a positive shift for Kelly in this area of her life.

In the past Kelly was very reluctant to give in such situations due to her concerns whether the money she gave was going to be used to do drugs or for the wrong endeavors.  She had seen a reporter expose on someone in the past who was begging and did not really need the money and actually doing quite well.  This time Kelly chose to give, think the best and let go when she came accross a man asking for money.

It was wonderful to see the sense of peace on Kelly’s face as she talked about her giving and shift in her way of thinking on the matter. This was Kelly’s personal positive act for that day as part of the Positive Guru Wristband Movement. I thought that the gesture and the choice and growth was quite impressive. Do you have any thoughts or a positive lesson or act to share? If so please comment below. If you are interested in how the wristband movement works click on Wristbands at the top of the website.

Peace and Blessings

Craig Kimbrough for Positive Guru Blog

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3 thoughts on “Positive Guru Monday ( A Shift In Thinking For Kelly In The Realm of Giving. Do You Have A Positive Act or Shift in Thought to Share? )

  1. Monday Positivity: Thank you Kelly for this uplifting story. It serves as a reminder to us all. Giving is letting go. It blesses the receiver and giver both.

    1. Thank you Sheryl for your comment. I feel like I’ve been blessed in life and by the change in some of my thoughts. It felt great remembering not to judge and just giving.

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