On Serving Others


It is natural to be selfish. It is readily justifiable in many regards.

You want what is best for you. Conquer your Maslow pyramid path ahead of serving others.

A fast-track to connect with virtue and the gods is to perform charity work. Learn how to give back and not be loud about it.

When you help others financially or with your time, words, or healing without expecting anything in return, light unfolds in front of you, and through this divine partnership, a new pathway unlocks.

Very little is necessary to unlock this light. You just have to get started.

Try it and see it for yourself. There is not a shortage of people in need of help. It can be a close friend or someone you have never met.

Who can you serve today? Unlock the light.

This is a pretty powerful law of Nature and Infinite Intelligence. A rose does not self-select if it will smell better for you versus another person.

We should not self-select. It takes time to make sense and understand this principle thoroughly.

It also seems that the more you do it in silence, the better it feels.

Refrain from posting specifics about your virtues and understand that you should work until you don’t have to be loud about self-validation.

You just are. Right here. Right now.

“God leaves to our conscience the choice of the road we decide to follow and the liberty of yielding to one or another of the opposing influences that act upon us.”

— Allan Kardec, The Spirits' Book

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