“For it is in giving that we receive” – Francis of Assisi !
After years and years of research and study, it has been proven that there’s altogether a different aspect of human psychology ingrained with the process of giving and receiving gifts. It’s as complex as much as it’s simple.
Humans are all about relationships…social creatures hungry for love! No matter who you are, where you come from, you simply cannot deny the joy associated with receiving gifts. It can melt the hardest of hearts. That’s the kind of power a ‘gift’ can have.
But did you know that it has a scientific aspect to it as well? Giving and receiving gifts results in the release of endorphins – a happy hormone – which are designed to release stress and increase pleasure! As a result, the giver and the receiver are equally benefited.
The tradition of giving gifts dates back to centuries and even before that. It can be considered as one the oldest human activities which has stood every test of time and yet is still practised in almost every corner of this world! Surprisingly, even in primitive era, exchange of gifts was a common practise.
But why do we give gifts? Essentially to express our feelings – show love, affection, appreciation, gratitude, apology, importance and many more (trust me, a lot can be fixed with a simple but heartfelt gift!). Humans are programmed in such a way that we love to be in other’s company – love to express what we feel and love to feel what others express through small gestures.
At the end of the day, giving and receiving gifts are a truly rewarding feelings.
It doesn’t take much to show a ‘lil act of affection…you don’t need to build a monument to prove your love…you don’t need to wage a war to win hearts! It hardly takes anything to tell the other person that you care…that even amidst our frustrating lives and hectic schedules, we took a moment to remember them. Believe me, it can prove to be one of the best feeling in the world – not only for him/her, but also for you.
Here at Deluxora, we have imbibed all the beauty associated with gift-giving. Each special product is handpicked with love and affection to reflect your emotions in every possible way.
We would like to end with a note:
“May no gift be too small to gift, nor too simple to receive, which is wrapped in thoughtfulness and tied with love.” – L.O. Baird