The Unlimited Love Institute researched the question: “Does the unselfish love of others contribute to the happiness, health and resilience of those who give it?”
They discovered the answer is YES! They report:
“….Contributing to the lives of others allows those who love their neighbor to flourish by living an active life free from preoccupation with the self…self destructive emotions, lack of purpose, loneliness or isolation”.
The Jewish philosopher Martin Buber noted, “…We can pretend that we are the center of the universe, and fail; …or we can relate to others in love and respect.”
In my book, I testify using personal experience how SERVICE and LOVE kept me alive! Service was a medicine that healed.
Martin Luther King Jr. noted, “Everybody can be great….because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”
If you appreciate the sentiments of the Unlimited Love Institute, Martin Buber and Martin Luther King, Jr., then you will LOVE chapter four in my book, SELF Centered Leadership.
It is now for sale on Amazon and CreateSpace. If you want to serve others, please purchase my book at www.smile.amazon.com and choose the charity Oral Cancer Cause, and Amazon will donate 5% of your purchase to this worthy foundation that helps cancer patients during treatment.
You will see that service truly is the best medicine!