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The universal law of sowing and reaping

The law of sowing and reaping has governed human destiny since the beginning of history. Every member of the human species is subjected to it. No one can claim they are free from its control. Whether you enjoy success or happiness, or failure or distress is due solely to how you have acted whether in compliance with or in violation of the law. When you are successful or happy, others say you are lucky, which is not the case. The law favours no being. It’s fair and impartial.

Those who are successful have put in much effort to attain their successful status. They work hard and do many different things to increase their probabilities to be successful and eventually they are. Others who are less successful or have failed lay the blame on their luck. The successful ones reap what they sow while the unsuccessful ones fail to reap what they do not sow. It is all about getting the reactions from your actions. You get no reaction when you don’t act.

There are people who believe they can get something out of nothing. When the law of sowing and reaping applies, they certainly get nothing. There are others who believe in shortcut to success and riches. They make attempts to be successful or get rich quickly without putting in much effort. Even if they succeed, their successes and riches will not last. But mostly, they get nothing out of nothing or they learn the hard way that there is no shortcut to their desired goals as long as they act in violation of the law.


Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT and NLP. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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