Unexpected harvest

December.21. 2017

When you love something, when you do something with love, that love results in extraordinariness, in works of beauty and perfection.

And the result is abundance.

Abundance not just in our spirit but in our physical wealth.

This is an interesting side effect, an unintended consequence of love.

When we pursue spiritual quests, we do not do it for physical gain.

But the positive energy, the joy that you spread around will bring with it unexpected rewards.

And one of these is material gain.

It happens in one of two ways.

First, if you’re generous with your time and resources, you create a sea of goodwill around you.

And those that are bathed in your good spirit will want to pay you back.

And they will pay you back in spirit by giving you warmth and comfort and sometimes in material wealth too.

This is just human nature at work.

If someone does you a good turn, you would try to find a way to pay it back. (Assuming that you are blessed with the spirit of goodness in your heart.)

And you would do it any way you can.

This would include sharing your good fortune and opportunities.

And opportunities is one of the ways that nature bestows its abundance on you, bringing with it unexpected harvests.

Second, if you shower love and positive energy on what you do, that love and positive energy will result in greatness.

And this greatness will be evident to all. People will see the great care and pride you take in your work.

It’s not just a job but a spiritual exercise to you

Word will spread around of your extraordinary workmanship and dedication to your work and soon, you will have more work than you can handle.

Contrast this to if you were to do a quick slapdash job, and you couldn’t wait to be done with the job so you could go home.

This attitude too will be evident in your work

Word will spread of your lack of dedication and shoddy workmanship and you can be sure you won’t be getting many calls.

This is the basis of that famous maxim that one father taught his famous son.

“Whatever you do, be the best in the world when you do it. Even if you’re a ditch digger, be the best ditch digger in the world.”

Paraphrased:

Whatever you do, do it with love and positive energy, and success and wealth will flow to you.

Another example of how nature and the universe often work—in indirect and unexpected ways.

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