Don’t Give A Show

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People want to be seen, heard, loved, and praised. So much that they think giving conspicuously will give them the approval, fulfillment, and affirmation they crave.

“When you do something for someone else, don’t call attention to yourself. You’ve seen them in action, I’m sure — ‘playactors’ I call them — treating (giving to others) […] as a stage, acting

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Destiny S. Harris

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