BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, May 7th, 2012 by Deepak Chopra in THE SEVEN SPIRITUAL LAWS OF SUCCESS

“The more you give, the more you will receive, because you will keep the abundance of the Universe circulating in your life. In fact, anything that is of value in life only multiplies when it is given. That which doesn’t multiply through giving is neither worth giving nor worth receiving. If, through the act of giving, you feel you have lost something, then the gift is not truly given and will not cause increase. If you give grudgingly, there is no energy behind that giving.

It is the intention behind your giving and receiving that is the most important thing. The intention should always be to create happiness for the giver and receiver, because happiness is life-supporting and life-sustaining and therefore generates increase. The return is directly proportional to the giving when it is unconditional and from the heart. That is why the act of giving has to be joyful – the frame of mind has to be one in which you feel joy in the very ACT of giving. Then the energy behind the giving increases many times over.”
            Deepak Chopra, in “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success”

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You can’t see what’s round the bend,
Sometimes the road leads through dark places,
Sometimes, the darkness is your friend.”

   Bruce Cockburn, in the song “Pacing the Cage” on “The Charity of Night” CD

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