“Only by giving are you able to receive more than you already have.”
In yesterday’s post, I had explored the value of the smaller things (or people) in life that ostensibly may appear unsignificant but are not.
I’d like to expand on that thought. One of those things might be karma.
One thing that is agreed upon by religious and non religious people is that some form of karma exists. What goes around comes around.
Some may see it in a spiritual context while others may see it as an aspect of humanity.
But the belief of it exists.
Where some conflict may arise is when we don’t see the rewards immediately.
We may think, I’m a good person and I always help others. So why do I not get the same in return?
That can be rectified by two basic ideologies:
When helping someone out, don’t focus on the rewards, focus on the task at hand. Let the rewards come organically.
If we accept the idea that we, as human beings, should help others whenever it’s within our means to do so, the world would be a much nicer place.
Do you believe in karma? Join the discussion by commenting below.