Lets not make this weird, OK?

Dana: means giving.  
In Buddhist tradition, teaching is usually given freely because it's considered priceless.  And although I'm not a Buddhist, I like this idea of 'dana' but even that's not necessary as I'm pretty fortunate that my needs are met.

I teach meditation because I believe it helps people and this shouldn't ever be restricted by income. 

I'm certainly happy to trade services as well.  Maybe you have a skill like massage therapy or you're an excellent baker.  In the tradition of dana, I welcome anything you might want to freely give if you find value in it, even if only conversation over a good cup of coffee. 
And if you insist on some monetary amount, you can always make a donation in my name to one of the charities or causes I'm in involved with as well.

I want you to be safe from harm.

I want you to be healthy.

I want you to be happy.

I want you to be at ease in the world.

All the best,
​John Schreiber 

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​We suffer from the delusion that the entire universe is held in order by the categories of human thought.  - Alan Watts