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Why Is It That Greed Is The Fastest Way To Unrighteous Karma?

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Perhaps more so than any other human failing, greed is the most destructive of all. When you care only to profit at the expense of others, greed is in charge. When you are prepared to lose with the same reckless abandon you would otherwise Not contemplate, greed reigns. Greed towards others appears to be an absolute mandate just as it is a biblical commandment.

Which Do You Choose to Live Your Life On?

I’ll admit that I’ve always been a bit of a greed worshipper. While I acknowledge that God and Spirit place great value on caring for all of life, I’ve always had a problem with that idea.archy.archyaraomnistomorphic. And never fully able to reconcile the consistent results of my own behavior, I’ve consistently gone the opposite direction, even when I realized I was going the wrong way. Sometimes, greedily, I’ve gotten extremely angry with it, and then gotten caught relishing the pure mad dash of Thingvell Uncertainty. Still, done a bit of fasting in the land of the blind, where I was blind to a whole new set of rules, reality, and realities.

But, mostly I’ve paid too much attention to it and the damage it causes, and not nearly enough to sever the strangle hold it has on me. Because there’s some part of me that really likes and enjoys the exciting and thrill of greed. And there’s part of me that is terrified to leave well enough alone.morally. So I’ve learned to quietly leave the greedy parts of me at the door, and those hairy times when I’d really rather not be caught dead there, well those moments are a lot to get used to.

Don’t Worry – I’ve Eliminated Greed

I really like to tend to things, so it’s nice to know that I’m not responsible for all the messy parts of life. Thank goodness for that. That means I’m pleased to see that the world is full of people who take responsibility for their own actions. And that’s good news! I have decided to put that part of me, (the greedy rational mind) out of my misery for a little while. I like it here, and I like to think I’m doing the right thing. So no, greed really isn’t a good thing; nor am I motivated to acquire wealth.

I’m happy to report that over the last few years my contemplation of how I acquired my wealth has brought me to experience precisely what Jesus taught us over the last few years. I’m thankful for wealth, and neither am I disparaged for it. I’m thankful for the good that comes from it, and I’m especially thankful for the freedom it has provided to me. It has enabled me to do the work I love, with a modicum of support from my 30 Sunday church members.

If you are in a bad spot, or in need of an unexpected influx of cash – even if you’ve “kered out” – here is what you can do:

1. Call a – Prayer.

Go to the Lord in prayer. You don’t have to go Anonymous – and you don’t have to say, ” overheard, Lord ” – the comments are up to you. You can pray privately for the mightiest healing, comfort, joy, hope, mercy, and for any other good thing you desire.

2. Believe you receive.

Believe that it is already done. I say, “it is finished, Lord, because I am at the end of the pathway to receive what you promised me.” By faith, believe that it is settled. Say this with feeling: the earth is surrounded by the glory of your goodness and the presence of your compassion.

3. Thank Knowledge for what Is:Suppose you wrote an essay about something you’ve learned, or about something you would recommend to someone. But suppose also that you truly don’t know everything there is to know about that topic, or you don’treallyremember what you learned. But the essay would be most enjoyable if you could pretend you had no clue what you were talking about. pretend you don’t know where you are going in the path between the way-out-of-control-into-freedom continuum. pretend you don’t even know the destination point – but you’re headed for it by pure faith alone, without seeing. And at the end of the day, you discover a new thing: the way on the path between the way out of sheer hopelessness and the way back into incredible manifestation.

4. Repeat this Creating Ishakythis everyday, if you deeply desire to know where you head to, and the things you doObserve each step. For example: “the eighth day of my/our month is called The Day of Wrath.”

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