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i have been struggling to get out of poverty for a very long time now pls can u help me out
7 years ago
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This is due to cause and effect (karma). The way out is to learn to use cause and effect in an intelligent way.

Perform good deeds in order to pay your debts. Remember that payment does not only have to be with pain, but can also be paid with the performing of good deeds.

Now you will comprehend my good friends how marvellous it is to perform good deeds. There is no doubt that right thoughts, right feelings, and right actions are the best of the negotiations.

We must never protest against Karma; what is important is to know how to negotiate it. Disgracefully, when people are found in great despair, the only thing that occurs unto them is to wash their hands like Pilate, saying that they did not do anything bad, that they are not guilty, that they are just souls, etc., etc., etc.

To those who are in misery, I say to them that they should examine their own conduct; that they must judge themselves; that they should sit on the bench of the accused at least for a moment. Thus, after strictly analyzing themselves, they must modify their conduct. If those who are found without a job would become chaste, infinitely charitable, peaceful, and one-hundred percent helpful, they obviously would radically alter the cause of their disgrace, consequently modifying the effect in itself.
To alter an effect is not possible if the previous cause that created it has not been radically modified. As we have already stated, there is no effect without a cause, neither a cause without an effect.

We must always work without expecting any rewards, always with infinite love towards humanity. Thus, we alter those evil causes that originated evil effects.

There is no doubt that misery has its cause in alcoholism, filthy lust, violence, adultery, squandering, avarice, etc.
Do you want to be healed? Then, heal others. Are some of your relatives in jail? Then, exert yourself for the freedom of others. Are you hungry? Then, share your bread with those who are in a worse position than you, etc.


From: http://gnosticteachings.org/books-by-samael-aun-weor/tarot-and-kabbalah.html

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

7 years ago
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#10241
Accepted Answer
This is due to cause and effect (karma). The way out is to learn to use cause and effect in an intelligent way.

Perform good deeds in order to pay your debts. Remember that payment does not only have to be with pain, but can also be paid with the performing of good deeds.

Now you will comprehend my good friends how marvellous it is to perform good deeds. There is no doubt that right thoughts, right feelings, and right actions are the best of the negotiations.

We must never protest against Karma; what is important is to know how to negotiate it. Disgracefully, when people are found in great despair, the only thing that occurs unto them is to wash their hands like Pilate, saying that they did not do anything bad, that they are not guilty, that they are just souls, etc., etc., etc.

To those who are in misery, I say to them that they should examine their own conduct; that they must judge themselves; that they should sit on the bench of the accused at least for a moment. Thus, after strictly analyzing themselves, they must modify their conduct. If those who are found without a job would become chaste, infinitely charitable, peaceful, and one-hundred percent helpful, they obviously would radically alter the cause of their disgrace, consequently modifying the effect in itself.
To alter an effect is not possible if the previous cause that created it has not been radically modified. As we have already stated, there is no effect without a cause, neither a cause without an effect.

We must always work without expecting any rewards, always with infinite love towards humanity. Thus, we alter those evil causes that originated evil effects.

There is no doubt that misery has its cause in alcoholism, filthy lust, violence, adultery, squandering, avarice, etc.
Do you want to be healed? Then, heal others. Are some of your relatives in jail? Then, exert yourself for the freedom of others. Are you hungry? Then, share your bread with those who are in a worse position than you, etc.


From: http://gnosticteachings.org/books-by-samael-aun-weor/tarot-and-kabbalah.html

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

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