The “Supreme”


We all are blessed…in one way or the other. We just have to SEE.

Each of us follows a faith or belief or religion(call it what suits you) and majority of us believe in “DESTINY”. Now, I know there are alot of forces acting together in our lives. But I believe that these two are the most critical components. 

Why?

Whatever faith(or religion) we follow, forms our character. It makes us who we are. It gives us an identity. We live our life accordingly. That belief marks the course of our actions. It controls us subconsciously. It’s like our Operating system. We may add different programs but the system remains the same.

And then comes the destiny into play.

We all have heard the proverb “what you sow, shall you reap”. That’s basically destiny or fate or God. Every act,may it be small or large, lives on in us. It leaves an imprint on several lives around us and we may not even be aware. And the fate returns it to us. Destiny rewards or punishes us…. And sometimes it gives us bonuses too. We call ourselves lucky, then. 

But when you feel lucky, just stop for a moment and ask yourself, “do I deserve this? And if I do, how am I returning the favors I’m receiving? Am I just a taker? Shouldn’t I also become a giver?” Look around you and you’ll get your answers. Look for the “unlucky” ones and share a bit of your luck with them. And I promise you that destiny will award you even more. 


Because whatever faith you follow, giving is the act of Supreme!

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4 thoughts on “The “Supreme””

  1. “How am I returning the favors I’m receiving?” is the single most important question in this post – to me, anyway. If *everyone* who has been favored would wake up tomorrow and ask this one simple question, immediately ACTING on it in positive ways, our world would certainly become a kinder, gentler place in a single day.

    If everyone who has been favored *greatly* would ask – and answer with positive actions according to their means – the number of people suffering could be reduced by at least half, I have no doubt. We can ALL “pay it forward” in some way. Thanks for the encouragement to do so in this post.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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