The right thing to do

If we’re given information that could go on to change a person’s life, we must put that person’s needs first before our own, even if meant our own scenario were to change. That is what the universe would expect us to do.

And even though it may bring uncertainty, perhaps there’s a different thought process that we must consider. The universe would always expect us to respond on the information we’re given, particularly if the information we’re given is purpose given; by using what we know to help change another person’s circumstances.

The universe will always rely on us to do the right thing, period. Where doing the right thing potentially leaves our own situation with uncertainty, the universe would always endeavour to seek to correct and balance our good deed. The more we identify with our own lives and what is expected of us, the more we will understand what those expectations are, regardless of our own personal wants.

For those who live their lives in accordance with the universe, they will automatically know whether the information they hold is something they must act on. I personally would always seek to do what’s right and act on what I’m told, because not to would leave me with guilt and a troubled conscience.

We must always do the right thing, because the universe will make its own judgment call on whether what we did was in fact the right thing. Not to means we will always be held accountable and be responsible.


14 Sep, 2017

4 thoughts on “The right thing to do

  1. The truth is I know my soul is on trial. That the universe will look directly in my eyes one day, to see if I’m ready.

    And if you have suffered indignities at the hands of life, doing what’s right will liberate you from that.

    1. Thanks Tim. Yes, I also believe it’s not just our soul on trial, but believe the connection we’re supposed to have with our soul, puts us on trial. But too many people will ignore that as they unconsciously choose a different, selfish path.

      I further believe, that those of us who have suffered at the hands of ‘others’ will eventually be exonerated or liberated, which ever comes first, through the act of karma; but as with everything we will have to wait.

      But the process is long and arduous and people tend to lose heart and give up waiting, or they don’t understand the process.

  2. We have to do the right thing, even though it is sometimes difficult and may lead to personal hardship.

    How many people look back and wish they had changed things or done something differently or spoken out when they didn’t? Those regrets can really haunt you when you know you should have done the right thing but didn’t.

    That has happened to me and I have made a positive decision to change things when I could and I felt so much better for it. Hopefully, I will be judged on my latter actions to put the things right I should have done in the first place.

    1. Thank you. Yes, if we’re in a position to change something but don’t, we will be judged on that.

      But that is different to being put in a position where someone else has control and doesn’t allow us to make decisions for ourselves. If that has been your life at some point, it’s not your guilt to carry.

      Hindsight sadly, isn’t a great thing because it eventually shows us the way and we tend to learn too late. We also don’t stop to learning, because we think we already know, therefore don’t open our minds up to new understandings and possibilities of how we can do things better.

      I hope my site and what I do, helps us bridge that gap so that we can learn the process as we go.

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