On Generosity and Magnanimity (March 9, 2009)

Generosity is a willingness to give or share bestowed on someone else.  Magnanimity is generosity bestowed on someone else who was not necessarily generous or who may not deserve it.

[With a nod to Montaigne’s essais.]

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Namaste

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