Sow the seeds of hard work and you will reap the fruits of success. Find something to do, do it with all your concentration. You will excel.
We live in a society where those that do the greatest damage to humanity and nature reap the greatest financial rewards.
A leader who sows confidence will reap excellency and legacy. A leader who sows fear will reap stagnancy or complacency.
Speaking a painful truth should be done only in love - like wielding a sword with no hilt - it should pain oneself in direct proportion to the amount of force exerted.
Put your heart into even the smallest seemingly insignificant acts possible. Then be patient enough for the universe to give back to you what you reap.
Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. —GALATIANS 6: 7
Success doesn’t come with ease. As a matter of fact, the darkest lie you may have been told is that you will reap in abundance when you have sowed nothing. It is a big lie!
Hold tight the gift seeds in thy palms. Sow them all when the time is right. By God's wisdom they'll grow, not by thy might. And you shall reap them all before it's night! Live life so well!
Try your best... Do your best... Sow the best and reap the best! The best is right in you... Don't hide it and give out the worst. We are looking right up to you!
In one opinion, the house in which you stay, the church you attend and the town in which you reside may not determine the size of your dreams, but they can influence the rate of maturity of what you have planted.
Don't wait for people to dress your bed for you, do it yourself and you'll be glad to sleep and feel relaxed.
The kind of soil in your area determines the type of crop you will plant to harvest, The kind of potentials in you will decide the type of success you will celebrate.
It’s is not a surprising news that manna should fall from heaven in these days. But this manna will fall for those who cultivated manna farms on the clouds above! He who sow will reap, isn't it?
Sometimes your garden surprises you. You don't remember planting strawberries or mint, but there it is, rising up in the middle of the carrot patch. Maybe the seeds blew in from the neighbor's garden. Or maybe they were buried in the dirt and you unearthed them when you tilled the soil. Or maybe you're reaping what you've sown. However it happened, you now have unexpected bounty. Accept it with gratitude.
Selling yourself short shortchanges others who could reap the benefits of what you have to offer; it also shortchanges you who could, in turn, reap the benefits of what others want to offer you.
सदृशं चेष्टते स्वस्याः प्रकृतेर्ज्ञानवानपि।प्रकृतिं यान्ति भूतानि निग्रहः किं करिष्यति॥॥३- ३३॥इन्द्रियस्येन्द्रियस्यार्थे रागद्वेषौ व्यवस्थितौ।तयोर्न वशमागच्छेत्तौ ह्यस्य परिपन्थिनौ॥॥३- ३४॥`Each is prone to follow his nature,His senses stormed by earthly pleasure,Submit not to them they be your foe,Else you will reap what ever you sow.’ 3. 33-34
We turn our attention to the government and we whine about the incompetence of the police, we also complain about the breakdown in law and order. Yet, we forget that we actually had a role to play in the consequences we are reaping.
He who fails to understand that one should prepare for every single blessing will reap the problems connected with lack of preparation before the blessing.
But because many endeavor to get knowledge rather than to live well, they are often deceived and reap little or no benefit from their labor.
Technology has the benefit of being easily scalable. A few weeks or months of coding can result in solutions that reap huge benefits. The global success of Facebook, Twitter, and Google are all triumphs of technology.
Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.