Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Reap what You Saw: How to Reap What You Sow

Reap What You Saw? 
If you saw nothing you reap nothing. It's vital to see--more so, to see with your mind. Others call this vision. Pala-Isip calls this simply knowing. I know what I know is what I should know. Did you know that? Genuine knowing is seeing, even if you can't see, or if you haven't seen everything there is to see. Remember this principle when figuring out how to reap what you sow.

Sowing and Reaping
They say traveling broadens experience and knowledge. But many have traveled and yet seen nothing. While some may not have traveled beyond home but are broad-minded--they seem to see everything. And they reap more--because you reap what you saw. If you've been everywhere and yet saw nothing that enriches your character, you saw nothing--and you reap nothing--though you may have material abundance. Because you reap what you saw. That's also how to reap what you sow. See?

They say seeing is believing, or happy are those who don't see yet believe. Some people see these things differently and, well, without actually seeing them. I say, sometimes, seeing is believing, and most times believing without seeing is better. If you see what I mean, you can reap more, especially if you actually apply in life what you see or don't see and believe in. Merely having believed means you saw, even if you saw nothing, and then you reap what you saw. And then you reap what you sow.

Harvest: A Year in the Life of an Organic FarmSowing is investing in what you saw or didn't see, and believed in. You invest time, effort, and even money. Sowing is applying in actual life. It's a crucial part of reaping later. If you sow nothing it means you saw nothing and believed nothing. That's how to reap what you saw. 

If you saw all these and believe and sow, you're bound to reap a harvest. Because you reap what you saw, and that's how to reap what you sow.

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