When you give away that which you thought you lacked—love, compassion, companionship, money, anything—you suddenly experience that you had it to give all along.
This changes everything. This turns your thinking completely around, allowing you to see that you have what you thought you lacked.
You have it. You have it. Now all you need to do is multiply it. It's impossible to multiply something you do not have. But now that you know you have it, you can expand that experience easily.
But remember, the experience ultimately has nothing to do with quantity. If you have a dollar and you give a quarter, it is as much as if you give a quarter million when you have a million. You cannot quantify beingness. You are either being Giving, or you are not. You are either being Loving, or you are not. "Givingness" cannot be quantified. Neither can love.
You cannot love one person "a lot" and another person "a little." You either love or you do not. How you demonstrate your love is another matter.
Love may be demonstrated in many ways, but if it is love, it knows no condition, least of all the condition of quantifiability.