Keep about the body congenial companionship, or MAKE self express congeniality in whatever environ or sphere of activity the period may carry the body.
Daily Application of Selected Cayce Readings
Giving for Giving's Sake
Give to others service for service' sake that the joys of the knowledge of the source of good may be magnified in the world.
Based on Edgar Cayce reading 2855-1
Randy was raised in a family who taught that if anyone ever did a favor for you it was because that person wanted something in return. He accepted that and believed that if he himself ever did a favor, he should expect a reward in return.
But his attitude began to change when he met a certain young woman. He wanted to get to know her, but she didn't seem too interested in him at first. He discovered that her mother had just had surgery and needed help king up her mobile home. So he volunteered to help. He knew his motive at first had little to do with being a helpful person.
He really didn't have much extra money, but he bought a few items to begin the repairs. Then something changed as he worked. Whenever he was nearly out of supplies and neither mother nor daughter had any more money, he unexpectedly had the chance to work overtime at his regular job or he found an extra job. This allowed him to buy a few more house fixtures plus some wood.
As he was experiencing this series of events, he also discovered that his motive was changing-he was enjoying giving. The more he gave from his heart without looking for a return, the more he enjoyed what he was doing and how he was helping.
His early beliefs have been transformed. He now gives because he wants to give.
APPLICATION: Give something to someone today just for the joy of giving.