When asked what wealth means, to me, being blessed with physical and spiritual health and having good friends, it is a wealth that is second to none. I know, this definition is relative to each person, which generally depends on what experiences they have had before.
I myself said that because I had experienced severe pain and depression - which would require a lot of money to cure it. No matter how rich we are, we can't pay someone else to get sick in our place, can we? Being blessed with health, which means that we are given the capital as well as the opportunity to work, which of course will be fuel for us to continue knitting life in this world.
I feel fortunate enough because while undergoing treatment, I have money and also friends who help to relieve it. It is conceivable that for those who are in need, a little help received will certainly be of great help.
We will never know how much money no matter how small the nominal amount to those who are in need. Sometimes, maybe a thousand rupiah for us can't buy anything. But try if we put aside every thousand rupiah change that we get in a special bag, and collect it within a month. Of course it will be mountainous, right? The amount will also be large, and maybe enough to get what is needed.
Naturally, if something feels annoying and inappropriate in us, we will try to fix it. Regarding depression that I've experienced, I was looking for ways to cure it. If it weren't for my friend who infected me to start setting aside money and donating, maybe until now I had not felt free from depression.
It can be said, by routinely making donations every day, my depression gradually improved. I feel calmer and happier than before starting this habit. Life is not just about accumulating financial success, but also how to contribute to others, no matter how big they are.
Realizing that there are other people out there who are in more difficult circumstances than us, making a donation will make us feel fulfilled and happy. As if, the things or things that we thought would bring happiness when we have them, become meaningless compared to our ability to give and leave a smile on the face of the recipient. If you wish, please visit our Donation Information blog.