The Law Of Ten Fold Return


"The Law of Tenfold Return is that Universal Principle wherein gifts freely given for Spiritual Use return to the grantor good fortune equal to or greater than ten times.
This Law works on the principle that when a vacuum is created it must be filled. When a seed is magically planted, it will bear fruit greater that its weight and original value."
"One of the Surest Ways to Receive is to Give"
Do you agree?"

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27 comments:

  1. Hi Surjit!

    I agree! I am not sure if the return is ten fold. But I am sure it takes one to value spirituality and is above to feel for others the same way the he feels for himself for one to accept such "investment method".

    My grandfather always said, if you give perfume to others, you will also end up smelling good yourself.

    Thanks for the simple but very good post!

    Have a Good Week Ahead!

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  2. Thanks WaterLearner,for adding your grandfather's words of wisdom to my post making it more meaningful:
    '.....if you give perfume to others, you will also end up smelling good yourself....
    God bless you.

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  3. Completely, but only if we do it with all our hearts and if we do it without remembering whatever it is we'll "reap" he he he...

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  4. I do appreciate your sense of humour,Amel's Realm.
    Many thanks for dropping in. My best wishes.

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  5. Surjit;

    I agree with this wholeheartedly - people do need to remember they may not get back exactly what they thought they would though. This is the lesson to be learned here as well..

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  6. Yes i agree...and it works.My elderly neighbor down the road needed a table delivered for her and when she asked the Pastor of the church...I couldn't believe it but he actually hesitated...so I took out my checkbook and wrote a check for $100 to donate to the church....now at the time my computer was broken. Now I didn't get the money back 10 fold...but, that very same week someone from another state who only knew me via the internet sent me a check for $100 exactly....just enough to fix my computer...I had not asked for help...this was surely God's way of paying me back. And, he has certainly given me much more than ten fold of anything I have ever given...Thank surjit...lovely and wonderful post~God Bless You~Jackie

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  7. Thanks Beth, for sharing your views. God bless you.

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  8. Shinade, I think you did the right thing.Actually one must help the needy and the poor with selfless spirit.The act of such kindness is always paid back many folds at the time of your need...Nature has got such system in place...
    Thanks for sharing your personal experiences.Your views are always motivating.
    God bless you.

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  9. Hi Surjit...

    I don't really know....

    I do love the example of the seed.

    What I do believe is that even if the good doesn't come back to you, it feels good to do good!

    Not doing good certainly feels less good!

    :-)

    Thank you for this thought to ponder today Surjit!

    Blessings to you my friend,

    jen

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  10. I agree with this lovely post! thx or the wonderful thought!

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  11. Surjit,
    I agree with the premise however I think that the 'giving' must be genuine (not convenient), it must be heartfelt (not given grudgingly), and it must always be done without any expectation of reward.

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    1. no offense martha you are very right about giving heartfelt, and not grudgingly, but the part you stated about without any expectation of reward sounds good and spiritual, but its the very thing that keeps people broke ,if you rob your seed of expectation you wont reap, God clearly stated without faith its impossible to please him.

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  12. I believe that it all depends on your attitude when you give,If you give of your possesions or your time in an attitude of just wanting to help and share..then you always seem to receive something from some unexpected place.If you give in a sour manner, to impress or because you feel pressured or even guilty, then I am sure the results may differ. I have receved many gifts in such unexpected ways.. when I was just giving from the heart.

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  13. Yes Jennifer, you are absolutelty right:
    ...What I do believe is that even if the good doesn't come back to you, it feels good to do good!
    Thanks for sharing your words of wisdom.
    My best wishes.

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  14. Thanks Anits, for your words of appreciation. Good luck.

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  15. I fully agree with your words of wisdom,Martha Mihaly:
    '...it must be heartfelt (not given grudgingly), and it must always be done without any expectation of reward...'
    Thanks for adding your meaningful thoughts to my post.
    Good luck.

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  16. Yes you are right Jessethecat, that we must help the needy only from our true heart and without any expectation in return.
    Thanks for sharing your views. Good luck.

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  17. I definitely think so, Surjit. Giving to give creates an energy of blessings, an endless circle in many small ways...

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  18. Welcome back Loving Annie.
    Thanks,for sharing your thoughts. My best wishes.

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  19. Hi Surjit,
    What I learn from the bible is that "It is more blessed to give than to receive". There is none that mentioned tenfold but definitely the blessing in return is manifold.

    Best Wishes to you, Surjit.

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  20. You are right Sam.Here we should not go after the literal meaning of ten fold. Actually it is many fold. What important here is:
    "It is more blessed to give than to receive...'
    Thanks for adding your wisdom to my post.Good luck.

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  21. hi surjit ofcourse i agree thats how im trying to do in my life now as a daughter...mom...wife...sister and friend im doing my best to love them and give them all i can give in order to receive love...respect and appreciation
    thx for nice post

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  22. Yes Lili, you are right. It is great that you are aware of all such finer aspects of life.Thanks and my best wishes.

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  23. There is no better gift than the gift of giving. Yes, I agree!

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  24. Thanks Monday Morning, for sharing your insights.
    My best wishes.

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  26. Thanks Priscilla,for your invitation. I will visit your site.
    Good luck.

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