You Don’t “Get What You Give”
You get much more than that.
The reason for this is simple economic law — supply and demand. Giving is in high demand but low supply. Giving is hard. Especially in a crisis, generosity can feel a whole lot like stupidity.
It isn’t. The person who sells a valuable asset when the demand is highest gets the biggest payoff. So does the person who gives when the need is greatest.
Give now. Give time. Give money. Give hope.
The return is bigger than you can imagine.