Do not be quick to judge anybody going through one challenge or the other, even if they brought it upon themselves.
That is why the most popular radio station in the world, WIII-FM is still thriving. WIII-FM stands for What Is In It – For Me?
We only think about ourselves and how we can move up and advance in our career, life, academics etc., which is good.
Have you ever stopped to think that there is someone out there who does not have it as good as you do?
Have you ever taken time to find out how the person near you, be it a stranger, colleague or family member is doing?
Do not forget that whatever thought you spend time to sow into the lives of people around you, will also come in multiplied forms to you.
You don’t necessarily have to know them, talk to them or give them gifts and money, but if you can give material stuff, please do.
Most people will not be comfortable talking to you about their problems, because they do not want to appear vulnerable. How do you then help?
You can project thoughts of progress, advancement, abundance, health and every good thing you wish yourself, towards them. The power of imagination thrives on the force of love.
All you just need to do is to notice someone that needs help, and spend some time to use your imagination to restore the person in a higher state than they should be.
Uplift him or her to a better state than you wish for yourself. This might not be easy initially, because your selfish self will wonder - What if he becomes better than me?
Remember! you get in multiple forms, the amount of love you project towards the upliftment of those around you.
Do not be quick to judge anybody going through one challenge or the other, even if they brought it upon themselves. Just uplift and restore them to a better state, using your imagination.
Constantly see them in your mind, in a better state that they are physically. See them happy with their new state, and with time, they will become what you imagined for them.
This act is the ultimate fulfilment of the scripture that instructs us to love our neighbours as ourselves.
An assumption, though false, if sustained, soon becomes hard fact.
Thank you for finding time to read this article.