Many put a lot of thought into their Christmas gifts, but sometimes, what they give you may not be appropriate. For instance, I received a large-sized Yankee Candle — I know it’s a nice gift coming from a warm heart, but I am allergic to some fragrances, especially Yankee Candle’s. If I keep it, it would gather dust. So I decided to give it away.
(Refer to my article, the Trojan Horse Gift https://wordpress.com/post/tree-of-healing.com/228 for my rationale in giving away gifts)
But who would like it? I went through my list of friends — most have allergies or prefer gifts that are organic in origin — then, I recalled one of them loves fragrances. How do I know? Most people give as gifts the things that they themselves enjoy. So I sent a text:
I also added in the gift I originally intended to give her. So she had a bonus!
Christmas is a time of giving — a time of being generous in love, thought and deed. May your Christmas season be rich in all three.
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I really enjoyed this! Regifting is an honorable and generous part of Christmas 🙂 ❤
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