What goes around, comes around

You must be mindful of the actions and tactics you implement on your road to success, and ensure that they are both ethical and respectful of others. If you give out respect, then there’s every chance it will come back to you.

The same applies to a number of circumstances. For example, avoid making enemies of anyone within your community – whether rivals or not. Firstly, this is not a good way to handle situations. Secondly, it’s reckless and dangerous to allow someone to have a grudge against you, and it can come back to haunt you when you least expect or want it to. It’s also important not to take advantage of people, so don’t ask someone to carry out a task you would not undertake yourself.

Always aim to do the best you can and extend a hand of assistance to those that would benefit from your guidance. If you can spare time for others, then do so. If you can’t, respectfully decline, but explain why. However, don’t leave people feeling they have nowhere to turn, so offer some form of advice that can at least help someone progress.

When you extend a hand of encouragement to someone, hopefully that person will do the same for others they encounter. Your aim should be to foster a virtuous circle of support that contributes to the personal growth of ambitious people. By contributing in such a way, your intervention becomes appreciated, respected and further down the line someone will help you in your time of need.

In general life rewards those that contribute, help and display compassion to those in need. Like a boomerang, the help comes back to support you in the very same way you intended to assist others. The inspiration you require usually comes out of the blue when you least expect it!


Like gravity, KARMA is so basic we often don’t even notice it.

“Sakyong Mipham”

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