The Buddha taught three kinds of dana:
Generosity of Mind means to cultivate wholesome thoughts to support yourself and those around you.
Generosity of Speech means to use kind and wise words with good intention to help yourself and others to be successful in life.
Generosity of Bodily Actions means the direct act of offering dana as described above or doing those deeds that help your family, teachers, and others in your life whenever there is need.
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