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Reap What You Sow: How Your Results are Proportionate to Your Efforts

Mar 14, 2008
In life is a mysterious concept, man is always accountable to whatever efforts he exerts in a certain activity. It is, in fact, the basic idea why man is known as a rational being. Being endowed with the reason and the intellect to know what is right from wrong definitely distinguishes man from animals.

In reality, God created man with the power to choose above all things. With this fact, man is said to be responsible for his actions. Any results that will happen are based on the choices that they made and the effort that they have exerted in each thing that they do.

So, if many people are asking if they can choose and select the course of life they want to take, the answer is yes!

Yes, you do have a choice, whether you realize it or not. You can always choose whether you want to prefer the dangerous turn in the road to enlightenment by following the detour sign to the so-called "group illumination" and risk becoming lost, while you pay, not only a high toll charge in dollars, but the higher price of stilling the always wise voice of your own personal "Higher Self," your own intuition that is being taught from within.

Or you can choose an intimate "personal odyssey," learning to listen to the voice of the angel of your Higher Self. This is the road, which will lead you directly to the city of enlightenment.

The key point here is that every person is responsible to whatever outcomes that will stem out from his actions. Often, the initial manifestation of a person's quest is usually referred to as a series of strange coincidences, which, in reality, are not coincidental at all.

Every action ever taken, every word ever spoken remains on a higher frequency vibration, each accounting to whatever efforts exerted by man, and may be magnetized back into conscious awareness under certain conditions.

Hence, to claim that you are unable to do a certain thing will result to something that will match with the least effort you have exerted and the actions you have committed.

With this established truth about the reality that the results are always proportionate with one's efforts, some of life's unrealized truths are justified. Maybe, one of the reasons why so many pegs and holes just don't match, is because the parents do not try hard enough to help their children find out what they really want to become in life, for example.

What happens instead is that parents intimidate them into preparing for a profession that Mother and Father think is right, and the child has no choice until it is too late. Chances are, the results that the parents will see on their children define the kind of effort they have exerted when the children were still young.

Moreover, what people do not realize yet is the fact that crime and punishment, or disciplinary action of any kind, are not just plain pursuits. They are more of a reflection based on the idea that the outcome is on a par with the kind of energy and endeavor that was exerted.

Hence, when prejudiced blindfolds are removed, answers to all conceivable questions can be seen, even the proof of validity that the actions were initiated by certain factors and that the results are equal to the kind of power driven to make the event possible.

To some of you, these concepts will be inspiring, thinking that man should always be wary of the things that he is doing in order to reap better results. Any lack of some sort will bring forth deficient upshots.

On the other hand, to others, these views will appear strange and startling, while others might view this as something that could be deeply disturbing.

The truth is that, these ideals are presented here as truth, and will be recognized as such by many of you who will believe that people should do better if they want better outcomes.

The truth about a person's responsibility to his actions can be found in one place only, in every man's and woman's communion with an external source of hidden knowledge within, which each individual must seek and find for himself and herself.

It is God that gave us the conscience to believe that if we want some viable results, we need to exert some viable efforts too.

The path to this realization of man is sometimes left unattended. We may even point out the path to others, but each must walk along that path alone until man will realize that the success he has long wanted to have is dependent on the attempt he will use in the first place.

Otherwise, man will continue to blame other people for the results that he himself is, in fact, responsible with. AS they say, reap what you sow.
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