Unselfish - not selfish or greedy; generous
13. She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands.
An unselfish woman realizes that life is not all about her. If we are living a righteous life, most of the work we ever do will be for the benefit of other people. Sure, we earn money and we buy things for ourselves. But we buy food for our families, support school fund-raisers, buy a minivan instead of a sports car because it's hard to pack the family and possessions into a two-seater convertible for a vacation.
20. She stretcheth out her hand to the poor; yea, she reacheth forth her hands to the needy.
We don't all have the financial resources of a Gates or a Buffet, and doubtless we cannot help everybody. But we can support those in need with what we have. It may be money, it may be clothing, or furniture, or time. Sure, most of us a fairly busy individuals, but do I really need to see that NCIS rerun (and it's my favorite show) again, or do I have time to drive one of my in-laws to a doctor's appointment, or to help out in a child's classroom.
Sometimes we spend a lot of time worrying whether or not the recipient is 'worthy' of our donations. The inscription on the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor includes the words, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." It does not say, "so long as they are productive, have no substance abuse issues, mental health issues or criminal background. (see also section V, subsections 14-27)" Assuming there is no safety issue involved, a recipient's "worthiness" should not be a deal-breaker when it comes to us being unselfish.
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