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7/30/2014 4:25:44 PM

Harvest, Reap what you sow

Years ago, Chinese farmers decided they would eat the good big potatoes and just use the small ones for seed.

A new understanding of the laws of life came to them when, through the years during which they kept up the practice, nature reduced all their potatoes to the size of marbles! Those farmers learned through bitter experience that they could not keep the best things of life for themselves and use the leftovers for seed.

The laws of life decreed that the harvest would reflect the planting. Planting small potatoes is still common practice. Too many folks take all the big things of life for themselves and only plant the leftovers. They expect that by some crazy twist of the laws of nature their selfishness will reward them with blessings.

We can’t always eat the big potatoes – planting small potatoes simply means that small potatoes are all we can expect in return. And that law applies in our family relationships, in our friendships, in our work situation, in our community affairs, in our politics — in every aspect of life.



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