One of the main practices of Dhamma is called Dana. Dana means the practice of generosity or sharing with others. It is an antidote to attachment, to clinging desperately to things, to overassociated attachment to things. People find this greed and attachment everywhere. People cling to possessions and do not want to let go of them. The problem is, the more people have, the greater the burden. The practice of generosity can be of great help, as it is an antidote against pettiness. In addition, sharing possessions with others, or abandoning our selfishness, helps open the minds to loving kindness and compassion. And these are an antidote to attachment and desire.
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