The man who learns the art of sharing is the richest man in the world. He may be poor, but his inner being is rich.

Quote attributed to:
Osho
The God Light
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This is an important piece of information that needs to be shared.  Ahhh, see?  Yet another example of sharing.  You don’t just have to share material things.  In fact, my interpretation of the above quote is more than sharing materially.
Sharing your time.
Sharing your knowledge.
Sharing your patience.
What you share will return to you exponentially.  That’s something some of us haven’t learned yet and in the end, I believe that’s what Osho means when he says:
but his inner being is rich.

Sharing will return to you is something we MUST learn and I hope by writing about it here will help reinforce that knowledge.

My friends get the most from me when we’re together, because I now understand that what I give to them will come back to me hundreds of times over.  Maybe not from the same friends I share with, but maybe from someone I don’t even know.  I can give a specific example:
Have you ever had someone slow down while driving their vehicle on the road and let you enter traffic?

What if you did something ENTIRELY unrelated to that event, like maybe paying your BEST friend an unexpected compliment?  The Universe/God/Source doesn’t discriminate when it hands out its treasures.  It expects us to understand that:
Oh this is related to that.

Some of us MAY be advanced enough to make the connection but let’s be honest.  How many of us REALLY are?  I bet now the next time some random niceness happens to you, you’ll give this lesson a little more thought.  You’ll go back over your day, your week, your month and attempt to decipher what that niceness meant.  And isn’t that the whole reason for being here?
To learn?
To share what we’ve learned?

Wait a minute!  You’re saying.  Did you just say your week, your month?
Oh, good.  Kinda thought you weren’t paying attention.  Yup!  That’s EXACTLY what I said.  See?  Time doesn’t have the same meaning in the next dimension.  A day, a month, a year?  It is no different.  There is no time in the next dimension.

Time is a man made mechanism.  There is no need for it in the next place.  When you’re in that NEXT place you forget about time because it holds no meaning for you, you forget that humanity relies on it for EVERYTHING.  When Spirit/Source does something in the next dimension it feels to them like they JUST did it, but in man made reality it may have happened days ago, weeks ago, months ago.

That’s why when something good happens to you it may be in relation to something you did last week, but to those in the next dimension it happened moments ago.  It’s one of the reasons we have such a difficult time knowing that that good deed just done for us was a universal thank you for the compliment we paid to our friend last week.

It’s like I’ve maintained for as long I’ve been writing this blog, and especially with the posts called:
Trusting Divine Guidance and Ask Me Anything.
Miracles happen everyday, but unless we’re steeped in this paradigm, ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the time we will miss them.  Stop missing them and start paying attention.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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