Life is wonderful. We leave the spiritual realm and incarnate on the earth. We impact the world whether in a great or small way. How we treat people is one way that we make an impact on others.

We get to assume human roles while learning certain lessons and we experience emotions like:

  • Love
  • Happiness
  • Hatred
  • Fear
  • Trust
  • Joy
  • Hurt
  • Desire

We develop qualities like:

  • Honesty
  • Forgiveness
  • Loyalty
  • Unconditional love
  • Integrity
  • Humility
  • Supportiveness
  • Compassion

It is through forming relationships with our families first and then others that we begin to learn more about ourselves as a person.

We must be careful to not allow our egos to overrule our good discerning thinking when dealing with others because while we should practice self-love that love never comes at a cost of harming others.

Many people underestimate the damage they cause as a result of the harm they inflicted on other people. What you do to another person will either leave them as they are, uplift them or break them down.

If you believe in Karma then you know what goes around comes around. Vastly misunderstood, Karma isn’t a punishment but instead allows you to feel how you made other people feel.

The Bible refers to this as sowing what you reap. It’s the same principle.

Karma can be of a positive or negative nature. It wouldn’t be prudent for you to harm another person when in essence you are harming yourself as well.

A good rule of thumb is to always leave someone the same or better off than when you found them. Love is the key to doing so.

Let that be your guide when deciding how to treat people. What you do to other people matters greatly. Your actions could have either a negative or positive effect on someone for years to come.

Love and light,

Alice Coaxum