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Serve and Be Served

We should strive to serve people. It is one of the basic tenets of spirituality. It is the first and most important of the virtues that we learn. We should find all of the instances of our life that will give us opportunities to serve other people. In that case, we will also find that we will be among those served by the gratitude of others. When we employ the principles of our faith and spirituality and actually carry out the things that we believe, we will find that we will have a better life. That is something that we should look forward to.

The Christs taught us to serve all people. We should serve the people unconditionally and without the expectation of getting something back from them. This has been stated and done to the dismay of many of the religious people of the world. It is something that continues to this day by the majority of the people of the world. There are a lot of people who will expect something in return if they are to do anything to help other people. They will also only help certain people or people that meet certain conditions. That is something that the Christs have not taught.

We should think about the nature in which we give and the heart that we have when we are in the spirit of giving. We should have a good heart. We should not give because of an agenda that we have and we should not do the things that we do because of the expectation that we get something back. It should be something that we give without the expectations of get. When we give with that reasoning, we may be surprised to find that we will get something in return. It is something that we should enjoy when it comes, not wait in anticipation of it.

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