Life Lessons

Don't Be Like The Dead Sea

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Don't Be Like The Dead Sea
If you don’t share your blessings, it will rot.

Don’t be like the Dead Sea. 

No living creature is in it because it’s 8.6 times saltier than any ocean in the world. Why so?

In Israel, the Sea of Galilee gives water to Jordan River. The Jordan River gives water to the Dead Sea…and the water gets stuck there. The only way the water escapes The Dead Sea is through evaporation.

The Dead Sea is teaching us valuable life lessons:

Greed kills.
Selfishness will leave you lifeless.
Everyone shuns the avaricious.

When you don’t know how to give, you die.

Sometimes I store food and forget about it. So, it gets spoiled. Naturally, I have to throw it away. What a waste.

If you don’t share your blessings, it will rot. No one will benefit.

It’s not just about the money. It’s about your gifts; your knowledge, your talent, your time. 

I used to love dancing. Then I stopped. Now, dancing makes me feel awkward. When I stopped writing for a while, it took me a long time to get started again.

When you don’t share what you know, or keep your gifts to yourself, you will eventually lose it.
When you share what you have, no matter how small you think it is, the world benefits.

When I decided to share my experiences and lessons learned, I didn’t expect that it will impact my readers so much until I started receiving emails and comments from random people. People from across the globe thanking me, cheering me on, and asking for more stories.

I realized playing small is not's selfishness.

A lot of people need you, need what you have, need what you can offer.

Play big by simply sharing what you have.

Don’t be like the Dead Sea. Give...and stay alive.

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