Yes, it’s a universal law.
The words “What you do comes back to you” are an excellent paraphrase of the truth, “You reap what you sow” You plant the seeds (sow), and then later you gather the resulting harvest (reap). The harvest that you reap depends on the kind of seeds you sow If you sow corn, you will not reap yams.
There is a law that governs everything in the universe and it is the law of attraction and it is really a very basic law that is expressed in the golden rule. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Sowing and reaping is how this rule is applied.
If you sow tomato seeds, you reap tomatoes.
If you sow seeds of beauty, you reap beauty.
If you sow seeds of discontent, you reap discontent. If you sow seeds of kindness, you reap kindness.
Everything in the universe follows this law. When we understand this law and how it works, we can apply it to our relationships, our families, our colleagues and our business deals. Basically all it means is that when you do good things you attract more good things to yourself. When you do bad things you attract bad things. When you give willingly, you receive back willingly
Our thoughts govern our speech, so when we have negative thoughts, we need to make them positive by reading positive books, watching positive movies, and being around positive people.
People who know these laws and know how to use them are usually very wealthy. They have learnt how to project a feeling of affluence and attract wealth to themselves. When they talk they don’t talk about what is wrong with their lives. They are positively showing how good their lives are and how much they are blessed.
Negative people on the other hand talk about nothing but how sick they are, how many ailments they have and people don’t like being around them because they get tired of hearing about how miserable they are. If you stay around these types of people for a long time, you will become miserable too. However, you have two choices. Either you stay away from them as much as possible, or you try speaking positive things when you are with them and point out the good things they have and how they can improve their health if they really want to. But the funny thing is that these people sometimes seem quite happy with being sick and tired. They don’t try to change and it would take a miracle to make them change.
If you are positive, you can change even the most diehard complainer if you keep it up and can avoid letting it get to you.
If they are not willing to change there is very little anyone can do. They have to realize for themselves what it does to them and everyone around them and it might take not having any more friends to teach them a lesson.
Here is another truth. To him who has much, more is given, and to them that have not, even what they have will be taken. If you continue to grow in positive thinking and actions, you will gain even more of the things you want, and while you are gaining, the people who are complaining about what they don’t have and are not being thankful for what they do have will keep losing out more and more until they have nothing.
So count your blessings and be thankful for every little thing, even the bad things, because they are given for a lesson. Learn from your mistakes and do better next time.
It is a universal law: You have to give before you receive.
You must plant your seeds before you reap the harvest. The more you sow, the more you will reap. In giving to others, you will find yourself blessed.
The law works to give you back more then you have sown. Those that obtain have little. Those who scatter have much. The giver’s harvest is always full. Nature does not give to those who will not spend.
Let me conclude by asking this question. Have you sown a seed today? If you have sown a seed of kindness, very good. If you have not, I urge you to do so today. If you do a simple act of sowing a good seed, you will be richly blessed in return.