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“The practice of generosity is…a description of our true nature, of the open and loving hearts that have always been within us, but that have been covered up for so long that they were almost lost to us. The practice helps us to recover this original nature.”
Recovery Dharma Book, Page 65

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Service and Generosity

Service and Generosity Different schools of Buddhism have slightly different lists of strengths or good qualities that lead a person to enlightenment. First on every one of those lists, though, is dāna, or generosity. We often think of generosity in terms of money, and many groups use the word dāna to describe the donations that members give to help support the meeting. In the Buddhist tradition, though, dāna is any act of giving – not just money but also food, time, or our attention
Recovery Dharma, Page 64
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