There is a lot to say about how helping others THRIVE fills our own buckets.
The idea of the more you give, the more you get in return.
This mindset begs for you to have a “servant’s heart”. To be compassionate to others no matter what their circumstances are and have a willingness to help in any way possible is one way to describe it.
So what is in your “servant’s heart”? How are you helping others in their circumstances?
I do this in several ways that I find works for me.
- Developing relationships – key ways to connect with others and find ways to serve
- Engaging in the community – find ways to connect with those who are reaching to help others in the community
- Focusing on filling the gaps – understanding needs and connecting resources to those needs
- Keeping health, especially mental health, at the top of mind – one of the most pressing issues in society today
- Being spiritual connected – building capacity in oneself and your related congregation to meet the needs of the community
I feel that it is important to network and plug in to others who are doing the good work.
This helps you to learn more about what is going on in your surroundings and develop an attitude of care and concern for those you will serve.
To help clarify this idea you might want to reflect on these questions:
- What’s your story?
- How will you plug in?
- What gaps in your community would you like to fill?
- What is in your “servant’s heart”?
- How can you strengthen your “servant’s heart” muscle?
- How are you helping others in their circumstances?
I think through exploring this opportunity, the service of others, you will truly find purpose and fulfillment in all that you do.
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