At the end of each day, take all of the loose change from your pocket or wallet and put it in a jar. At the end of the month donate the change wherever you see fit. Better yet, make it a family project, or a new project with your friends; to discuss the value of money and the ways we can help others. Perhaps take a couple of dinner conversations to talk about where you would like to donate your change to “make a change.” When you show gratitude for the abundance you have by sharing it, those around you become more able to see the value of a giving attitude.
How much change did you have at the end of the day, and what discussions did this exercise prompt in your family and friend circles?
“It isn’t what you have in your pocket that makes you thankful, but what you have in your heart.” ~Anonymous
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