Knowing thy Neighbor
The story of honor thy neighbor and treat others as you want to be treated is the human story when it is all summarized.
“For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.”
The law of life and a real principle within the laws of mind is to treat another as you want to be treated. There is a reason why this is called the “Golden rule.”
It’s because the gold is found within the great relationships that you create with others, and if you hold a like-mind then you will attract a like minded individual.
Most people will hold a view of the world as one that is no good, and filled with calamities, back-stabbers, jealousy and all the ills that we are programmed with from young.
This mental programming follows many of us into adulthood, and so it becomes the dominant view for many and so many forget this law.
They’ll develop a worldview where the whole world is out to get them, and so that’s what they create. This can be seen by how many social media posts you’ll see where people will write about their “haters.”
Forgetting that you must love your neighbor shows a lack of love for yourself because your neighbor is you. People will reflect your thoughts and beliefs back to you.
Just look at the people that you spend the most time with, and then think about the conversations that you may have with theses individuals.
These conversations will be a direct result of this law.
“Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”
Again you’ll see how whatever you confess or speak with another becomes a reflection of you. Your conversations and intentions must be healing and uplifting, not destructive and tearing another down.
When you do so, you risk tearing yourself down and you’ll kill your own righteous cause.
The righteous will always prevail.
“And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.”
Always remember this and you will use this law to your advantage.
Think would you be happy, and satisfied with how another thought about you the way that you’re thinking about them?
Even if a person is a nasty and destructive person, you must not worry because their own negative attitude will defeat them and will be the cause of their downfall.
You are to uphold this law, and think noble thoughts and so noble experiences will happen within your life.
Think about that.
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