You will always reap what you sow.
You reap what you sow. That’s the law. Consistent. Unalterable. Irrevocable.
Sow wheat—reap wheat. Sow cotton—reap cotton. It’s that simple. And that certain.
Some people expect the worst; if anything can go wrong, it will—and, sure enough, it does. Even when something good happens, they’re confident it won’t last—and, sure enough, it doesn’t.
Negative thoughts reap negative results. That’s the law.
Some feel mistreated. By spouse. Parents. Children. Employer. Co-workers.
And maybe they are. They may have been dealt a rotten hand.
Still, unless they face, fight, and defeat self-pity, they’re doomed to misery—a life of anger, bitterness, and loneliness.
You can’t plant negative thoughts and harvest positive results. You reap what you sow. That’s the law.
You choose the seed. The law specifies the crop.
A negative attitude puts one on a
collision course with catastrophe.