Navigating the Storms

Self-Reliance Principles and Life Lessons from the School of Hard Knocks

The idea of “to whom much is given, much will be required” is that we are held responsible for what we have and do. If we are blessed with talents, wealth, knowledge, time, and the like, it is expected that we use these to the benefit of others and bring recognition to the power that has made us, and granted us, the gifts that bless and enrich our lives. This principle reaffirms, within us, that life and its purposes are greater than self and that we have a moral obligation to enlarge our opportunities and then assist others that they too might enjoy the fruits of our combined labors.  

When we give back, our mindset shifts from consumption to contribution. Paradoxically, giving back allows us to transforms our thought process from a sense of scarcity and lack to the discovery that we do not give from our lack, but rather from the abundance that has been created, and miraculously we find that our own cup fills to overflowing.     

 

 
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