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The Law of the Harvest

(This is an excerpt from my book “The Law of the Harvest” which you can download for free HERE or from iBooks for your iPad.)

There are many “Natural Laws” in existence that help us describe or explain why certain events occur. You may have heard of the Law of Attraction, the Law of Relativity, or the Law of Cause and Effect. One of the most basic and essential natural laws is called the Law of the Harvest.

The Law of the Harvest has been around for as long as man has been on the earth. It has been taught in various forms by religious, cultural and business leaders around the world.

Simply put, the Law of the Harvest says that you reap what you sow; you only harvest what you have planted; your results are the product of your actions. It is the most basic of principles and probably seems pretty obvious.

However, this law is at the root of every accomplishment and every failure in your life; be it at home, at work, at school, or in your personal life.

Every action you perform is like a seed you have planted in the ground. You decide if it is a good seed or a bad seed. At some point, it will grow and produce fruit. Whether the fruit is good or bad, depends on the seed you initially planted. Combined, these fruits are what determine the quality of your life today.

Learning how to make Law of the Harvest work for you will help you have more accomplished and fulfilling life. It is a law that can work for you or against you. You decide the seeds you plant and therefore it is your decision as to the type of harvest you will have.

Remember, in everything you do and everywhere you go you are planting seeds. Plant a smile, gain a friendship. Plant procrastination and get poor results. Plant good study habits, get good grades. The list is infinitely long.

Challenge: Take inventory of your daily actions and look for a way to add a couple of extra “good seeds” to what you are already doing. If you do this, you will begin to feel happier and more accomplished in no time.

Happy harvesting!

Kris

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One comment

  1. Great reminder – thanks for this!

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