by Jason Remfrey
Last updated: 30th March 2018 @ 3:55pm
If people only shared more, and cared more, this world would not be in the situation it is in now. Greed is rife. So many people suffer at the hands of a few, who hold for themselves that which they claim to be their own.
The thinking that “as long as I’m alright, who cares about anyone else?” would probably sum things up nicely. If only there was the realisation of the warmth and heartfelt joy that is experienced when giving up what is not needed, or what will never be used, people would not hesitate in giving more to help bring peace to their soul.
Those who have missed out for so long, those who have struggled while others have everything they need and much more, may be among the first to receive their divine inheritance, in such a way that the saying “The meek shall inherit the earth” will take on new significance, truth and meaning.
There is nothing wrong with having wealth, as long as it is used for the right reasons. I feel money should be used modestly, as a tool, not to gratify oneself excessively.
Many people have given, generously, from those who have little, to those who have a great deal, well before knowledge of this “new time” had come about. It warms my heart to see those who have the means help their fellow man, woman, and child, and this world as a whole.
When it comes to giving, it is not always a case of someone asking for your help, rather, gifts of unconditional love, where a person looks for ways to help others, where it feels “right in their heart”, can be the greatest gifts of all.
I myself know what it is like to give up a good chunk of wealth. And I know how difficult it feels to bring oneself to do it. But shortly after I had made my offering, the feelings of warmth, humility and inner recognition that I received was worth more than any monetary amount.
Share what you have with those less fortunate. Caring and sharing are two of the most beautiful gifts that can be given, however they may occur. Show to others that you care about their needs, so they have the means to put food on the table, enjoy the simple pleasures of life, and keep their families safe and well.