You Reap What You Sow
Author: Greg Tharpe
A great analogy of life is the cliché, “you reap what you sow.” A lot of people only look at this from the perspective that when you do something that is considered bad or wrong to someone, it will bring bad or wrong upon you.
Actually this is not a cliché as perceived by many; it is actually much deeper than what most people understand. In reality it is the greatest literal/spiritual truth of life and is based on the universal law of cause and effect.
This universal law is also called the law of reaping and sowing. Everyone is a sower and a reaper. Therefore, your life results are based on this great law. No living human being is exempt. As you sow so shall you reap.
The best analogy to use to explain this great law is that beliefs are your seeds for whatever you produce in your life and your soul is the spiritual soil. The soul or spiritual soil is where our beliefs get planted and its role is to process and manifest these beliefs into their physical, emotional and financial equivalent.
Therefore, the role of the soil is to manifest seeds (i.e. beliefs) into fruition. This is where the magic power lies that turns the seeds into the part that it pertains to in your life.
In other words your belief about health turns into your health results. Your belief about relationships turns into your relationship(s) results, and your belief about money turns into your income. Therefore, your success or lack of success in that area is based on the quality of the seeds that you plant.
The soil does not have any attachment to the seeds. It does not judge. It does not care or question if the seed is for poison mushrooms or corn, poverty or wealth or sickness or health. Its job is to manifest whatever is planted in it; given proper assistance from the planter.
Neither does the soil care who plants the seeds; the person can be male or female, Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, green or whatever race or ethnicity. They can be straight, gay or bisexual, agnostic, atheist, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist or whatever religious or political affiliation. The person can be tall, short, skinny, fat, pretty, ugly or all of the above.
Everyone chooses their own beliefs about God, life and what is possible for them to achieve in their life. These beliefs that everyone has are secretly being brought to life by the minds spirit and soul of the individual. Therefore, as you sow your beliefs so shall you reap the physical, emotional, financial and spiritual by product.