“Find a way to serve the many, because service to many leads to greatness.” – Jim Rohn
Don’t judge the day by what you have received, but what you have given.
Each day holds an opportunity for each of us to reach out, touch another person’s life and make a difference in their life. What we do for others may not make a difference in their life directly but surely in the future. The emphasis is not on enjoying collecting the results at the end, but in the joy of getting started. If you focus on planting, you will have a plentiful harvest. This applies to all aspects of life: from agriculture, raising children to business and relationships.
When relating with others, patience is a great virtue to have. Understand that no one is perfect and use their imperfections to help build your patience. With patience you nurture the plant until it is time for harvest. Patience is a virtue and like with any virtue you can have too much of it (sloth) or too little of it. And in the cases of seeds and plants, there are always things to do while wait: pruning, teaching, adjustments, watering, and so on, as you work towards harvest.
Patience plays a key role and concentrating on planting will help realise what works and what does not; preparing us to new season of planting; after each harvest. To keep patient, always start with the goal in mind. Enjoy the planting, and keep your patience by using imagination.
“If you help enough people get what they want, you can have everything you want.” – Zig Ziglar.