A gift given with love - #LOH Contest 163

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The Christmas season is a special time of year, filled with joy, cheer, and love. It's a time for family, friends, and loved ones to come together to celebrate, exchange gifts, and enjoy each other's company. It's a time to reflect on the year gone by and look forward to the new year ahead.

The holiday season has become synonymous with gift giving, but it's important to remember that the true spirit of the season is about more than just material things.

The gift of time, love, and friendship is just as meaningful as any present under the tree. It's important to focus on what's truly important this holiday season, rather than getting caught up in the materialism of it all.

The real value of a gift isn't determined by its price tag. A gift given without consideration or effort may have a high price tag, but it will never mean as much as a gift that was chosen with the recipient in mind.

When you take the time to choose a gift that is meaningful and personal, you're showing the person that you truly care about them.

The question was something material to give a person that had no price limit, who, what and why. There are plenty gifts one could give without a price limit. A gift doesn't have to be expensive to be meaningful. In fact, some of the best gifts are those that are simple and inexpensive, but are given with a lot of thought and care.

When you take the time to get to know someone and what they love, you can choose a gift that will really mean something to them. It's much more meaningful than simply choosing something trendy.


During this Christmas I would like to give a struggling single mother a gift without a price-limit. I have one who in my neighborhood, she lost her husband few years ago and she has 3 kids. Since her husband died, she’s been suffering all alone to cater and train her kids.

Sometimes she hardly eats. So i’m planning to visit her home this holiday with foodstuffs, clothes ,shoes and toys for the kids. I’ll also invite them to my house for a delicious homemade meal and a movie night. I'll love to put smiles on their faces.

My second option is visiting the orphanage home. Losing my both parent in one year has caused me so many emotional trauma. So as an orphan, i know how it feels to have no parent. I’ll go there with gifts, spend time with them, we’ll gist,eat and play games together. I’ll also offer to help the caretakers with task i could help them do.

For orphans and those in need, the gift of time and compassion can be truly life-changing. It's not just about the material things - it's about the love and connection you can share with them.

Thank you for reading..

I am @mummygo
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Minister of smiles

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