The most basic and true of statements but yet still among the most silently defied rule, is the Golden rule of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
This statement is an expression of the notion that life acts like a wall at which you throw a ball which will no doubt bounce back at you with almost the same effort as you initially add to it with your thrust.
This simple yet true principle can hold us in such ridicule when we face a smile-less world and a bitter environment, the more reason Erica Jong echoes that, “ You take your life in your own hands, and what happens? A terrible thing: no one to blame.”
This level of responsibility for creating your world means a great onus on you to be the change you desire to see in others. If you desire to live in a world of Love, of faithful friends and partners, of straight dealings, of Joy, of laughter, happiness, optimism, then you must begin to embrace the above virtues necessary for what you’ll call a better world…Begin to see the beauty in the thorns and not the thorns in the beauty, If you desire to meet the right people, be the right person for someone too. If you want people to smile at you, smile at someone and everyone which no exhibit of vulnerability.
Walking the earth with stinky dirt on your nose but hailing at how much the world stinks, would be very unfair on yourself and the rest of the world…clean the nose and the stinky world will disappear…such is the basic principle, it’s a principle with as much effect as the principle of gravity…whether you believe or deny it, when you climb a roof top and throw yourself, you’ll definitely regret the lack of belief.
Gary Zukav from his book entitled “Seat of the Soul” asserts that, “By choosing your thoughts,
and by selecting which emotional currents you will release and which you will reinforce, you determine the quality of your Light. You determine the effects that you will have upon others, and the nature of the experiences of your life.
Keep on keeping on. Go on and create a beautiful world for yourself and everyone else around you.