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The presenting of a gift to another has always been one of the most rewarding experiences in life throughout antiquity to today, especially when done without expectation.

In essence, giving is one form of the sharing of one's self with another. In so doing, we express our love, appreciation and perhaps random acts of kindness, whether there be an occasion or not. And it doesn't always have to be something so grandiose as the Taj Mahal ...

According to Homer, the concept of a duty to be kind and generous to your fellow beings was a force for social good, and helped maintain order.

Giving is a sign of grace expressed from one's life, bringing kindness even to strangers.

4 rustic iron cow bells hanging on rope
three round wood and wire riser displays
4 felt santa wine toppers with curly hats
white metal scarecrow yard stake
cast iron frog paper towel holder with one leg up
small hanging note roll with brass finish
antique printers tray made of wood
display table with hinged glass top
several kantha throws of different colors hung over a tree branch
9 in stock
medium size hanging note roll with brass finish
antique wooden door panel as wall art
oval metal framed shelving unit with 2 wood shelves and one metal mesh basket
hammered metal blue octopus orange yellow tentacles wall hanging
oil painting of vibrant colorful bouquet of flowers
3 in stock
cylindrical pressed metal side table with wood top
pair of robot shaped metal planters
two black iron crows one holding a pumpkin
antique brass goose neck table lamp with enamel base and shade
cylinder shaped metal side table with round mango wood top
six botanical prints framed and protected by glass
set of 2 seagrass conical planters in iron stands
two large decorative bottles made of seagrass and iron
two round seagrass planters on iron legs
three piece whale print framed under glass
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