Brian Braudis’ 1-Minute Morning Memo: July 24, 2017 – Universal Law

Universal Law

Have you ever thought about Universal Law, the Law of Gravity? What was it like for Neanderthals when they didn’t know what gravity was? Don’t laugh. Early in the 1800’s doctors didn’t know what germs were and they went from cadaver work to delivering babies and many new mothers needlessly died. It wasn’t until after 1846 that germ theory was discovered and described. Doctors began washing their hands between activities and new mothers stopped dying.  It took years for doctors to believe they were the cause of death. After all they had good intentions.

Universal laws are everywhere. It’s really curious what we don’t know, what we assume is correct and how staunchly we defend our wrong assumptions.

We do know about the Law of Cause and Effect also known as reaping and sowing. You can only reap what you sow, nothing more. Nature (the Universe) is impartial that way. It’s not out to get you. There are not good days or bad days. You create what you enjoy (or regret) by what you sow.

When you sow sunflower seeds, you reap sunflowers. When you sow corn kernels, you reap corn. Cosmos seeds bring cosmos flowers. You can’t sow carrots and reap cucumbers. You can’t sow nothing and reap something.

So…… dream for things to happen while in the state of inertia is delusional.

For every cause there is a definite effect. Your thoughts, behaviors and actions create specific effects that manifest and create life as you know it.

Take this week for example. It’s never too late to begin creating the life you want.