Tai Situ Rinpoche, the describes the 6 paramitas as such:

Six invaluable qualities unfold and manifest from within the minds of disciples of the Buddhadharma who pursue and practice the teachings that Lord Buddha presented with joy and diligence. The six invaluable qualities are known as “the six paramitas,”

In this video, Ringu Tulku talks about the paramita of generosity. He outlines two main ideas: freeing oneself from a poverty state of mind and finding the wish to benefit others through acts of generosity. He brings an important point that in its necessary to develop a sense of satisfaction and contentment from having the possessions one already has, and being able to share those. From a spiritual point of view, richness isn’t measured by material wealth, but by how satisfied someone is.

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