One of the fundamental rights of all human beings is to be able to seek that which makes us happy. Fortunately, this is different for everyone or else we would all be seeking the same thing. Not that seeking the same thing is bad, because it isn’t. God said that if we seek the Kingdom of God first, then all of the other things which we want would be given to us.
Matthew 6:33 King James Version (KJV)
33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
People that have no faith, do not believe in God, or just generally have animosity towards their fellow man, will scoff at this, but it doesn’t make it any less real. Socialists very often have the idea that society owes them something and so they are the very antithesis of God. As a very matter of fact, they are anti-Christ. One might declare with 100% certainty that they are actually Disciples of Satan. And so they are, without exception.
Vast amounts of studies have been done on dopamine and the effects on the human brain. When we do something good for someone, our body creates some dopamine and we feel good. What might not be so common knowledge as this is that when we even think about doing something good, we get the same effect even though we did not actually do it yet. It is the very opposite of the selfish socialist.
If we were to go around helping people all day, we would not only cause ourselves to be happy by doing so, but the very process of doing this will have created an incredible amount of goodwill towards us. The people that we have helped are not angry with us. Quite the opposite. In fact if we continually help someone, they will begin to feel that they owe us something. And if we have helped a lot of people, we actually have en entire army of people out there that want to help us in return.
People get reputations which ever way it goes, whether they are givers or takers. When we help people, we find that they are unwittingly, or self consciously becoming an ambassador for us. And we do the same thing for people that help us. Maybe we have a friend that is a good mechanic and we might have sent him thousands of dollars worth of business just because we want to help him because he has done such a wonderful job for us.
When we overhear someone complaining about an issue that we think cbd oil might help, we can make a suggestion to them. Sometimes when people are hesitant because they think they can’t afford it, I give them a bottle for free and tell them to report back to me their results. If I was greedy they likely would have not bought the bottle. But because I was willing to give, asking nothing in return, they decided upon discovering that the product actually works that they actually could not afford to be without it.
Then when they find that they can earn money by helping other people in the same way, they get a little bit more excited.
Paul J. Meyer was a great motivator of success back in the 1980s and one of his favorite lines was “The more you give, the more you have to give.” It’s one of the laws of the universe.