The generous soul will be made rich, And he who waters will also be watered himself. – Proverbs 11:25
Attaining the Unattained: Untold Truth
The truth? You still want to know the truth? Do you know you cannot get wealth by just remaining inside the confines of the law? Those who rub shoulders with the law are those who test its borders. You do not need to break the law. No! Because he that breaks the hedge, the snake would bite and therefore, get near to the hedge and carefully observe where the snake is so you can peep through the safest part of the hedge to see if the grass is greener at the other side. What I mean is you need to know the extent of your current boundary.
Which also means, when you know who you are (your personality), you would know how far you can go. Ask yourself this question. Why is it that all successful, wealthy persons of value in the community are known to the law enforcements authorities? You haven’t scratched the surface of real success yet if those guys do not know about you yet!
Seven Key Steps of Awareness
1. Who are you?
The question here is “Who are you?” In this case you need to know the answer to “Who am I? ” Jesus said, I know who I am. I am here for this purpose as Christ. Our Lord and Leader know who He is! You need to know who you are. Knowing who you are is not a bad thing at all to attain the unattained.
2. Know where you are coming from.
Know the important thing where you are coming from and the customs, culture and traditions where you are coming from. Many people have a broad or general idea of where they are coming from or the area where they are coming from. However, it is important to know the specifics. This is because you are linked with your origins somewhat. Well, believe it or not, you present some characteristics with the people of your area!
3. Know where you are.
Where are you now?? Many people live in a foreign land but do not know the principles which operate where they are. Understanding the environment you are in is crucial for adapting and thriving in unfamiliar territories. It’s not just about the physical location, but also the cultural, social, and even professional context that surrounds you. When you find yourself in a new place, taking the time to comprehend the dynamics at play can significantly impact your overall experience and success in that environment.
Whether it’s entering a new workplace, moving to a different country, or simply navigating through unfamiliar social circles, being aware of the principles and norms governing that specific space is invaluable. It allows you to make informed decisions, interact effectively with others, and avoid unintentionally causing offense or misunderstanding.
In other words, recognising the principles at play can guide you in aligning your actions with the expectations of the environment, ultimately fostering smoother integration and more meaningful connections. This awareness provides a solid foundation for building relationships, pursuing opportunities, and contributing positively to the community around you.
In essence, knowing “where you are” goes beyond geographical coordinates; it encompasses a profound understanding of the dynamics and principles that shape the world you currently inhabit. It’s a fundamental aspect of effective adaptation and successful navigation through the diverse landscapes of life.