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Always sowing


Always sowing


I believe people crazy enough to think they can change the world can do exactly that. 

With that said, I'm crazy.

The principles described in this blog are powerful enough to change the world, if folk will read, share, and apply it.  


In Ralph Waldo Emerson's essay, "Compensation," he wrote that everyone is compensated in like manner for that which he or she has contributed. Simply put, you reap what you sow. One will ALWAYS get what they give. There are NO exceptions. Whether people know it or not, you're always giving or sowing SOMETHING. Whether it's a kind word, a positive or negative thought, or a hand up… we’ll all be compensated. Thing is, we're all subject to nature laws whether we understand them or not. Unfortunately, this isn't a subject that is taught to the masses. 

This is where you and I come in.

Together, we can make a change. We can talk and think in a way that we’d like to receive. If everyone only gave what they wanted to receive back, how much better would the world be? If we're going to be sowing anyway, we might as well sow something great! 

Remember, we're ALWAYS sowing!

Thank you for sowing into me. 

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