THE SEVENTH INTENT: SERVE OTHERS

THE SEVENTH INTENT: SERVE OTHERS

I PRACTICE LOVE IN ACTION. I ALWAYS HAVE ENOUGH TO SHARE. I AM AVAILABLE TO HELP THOSE WHO NEED IT. I SERVE OTHERS.

We can always find someone to help: Elderly people, sick people, children, people with a dream.

Everyone needs help at one time or another.

But we get too busy and too distracted by our worldly agendas, by our next destination, by our past problems.

We think we don’t have time to help someone else.

We have lost touch with the treasures and rewards that come from serving others. In our busy and fast pace society we’ve missed an opportunity to have an exquisite feeling come over us, a feeling that is gifted to those who serve others unconditionally.

You may make a lot of money and travel to faraway places or visit with famous people, but the feeling that you get from helping someone else who really needs it is like no other. It will elude you, however, until you stop and make yourself available. Then someone will appear who needs something only you can give and two things will happen: they will be helped and you will feel the love that comes from loving, the gift that comes from giving, and the harvest that comes from sowing the seeds of kindness.

Along your journey you will also need to discern between one who really needs your help and someone else whose plans are selfish. Sometimes it gets sticky and you will be called upon to choose. But if you ask for guidance and call forth the Highest Good, you will know what to do.

Before anything can happen, however, the door that leads to Great Oneness must be opened by taking the first step and making yourself available.  One thing is certain. If you intend to have someone to Love, someone will come to you. There is no shortage of people to love.

The next exercise is short and simple. The next time you see someone that needs help, drop what you are doing and help them. Even if you are in the middle of something that seems very important to you, set it aside temporarily and be of service. It doesn’t matter whether you know them or not, or even if you like them, just help them out, and see what happens.

  NAMASTE.

10 intentions for a better world – Tony Burroughs