MKMMA Week 23: Is It A Great Privilege To Give?

Master Key Master Mind Alliance, MKMMA Week 23 reminds me that the law of success is service; that we get what we give, and for this reason I consider it a great privilege to give. In fact I take pleasure in giving and this I learnt from watching my father and mother when I was young. My parents set great examples and have a huge impact on us when they gave service and gifts to their friends and sometime to strangers and they never expect any returns. They unconsciously showed us to give with an open heart and always with happiness shown on their faces. And unknowingly they were teaching us the law of success, we just were not wise enough to dig deeper into the lessons at that time.

The Master Key System says that we make money by making friends, and we enlarge our circle of friends by making money for them, by helping them, by being of service to them. The first law of success then is service but it is built on integrity and justice. This is the fundamental law of exchange. It means I must first consider how I can make money for other people. This builds upon the fact that the more I give, the more I get. And giving in this sense implies service. The average person is entirely innocent of any such deep thinking; he accepts the ideas of others and repeats them.

Digging and going deeper into this concept, it means that I have to attain a ‘direct connection’ with Infinite Mind so that I can draw upon the Infinite Supply of ideas I need to achieve my life higher purpose… and to do that I have to explore deeper in the my own spirituality for I am a spirit with a body… not a body with a spirit.

I am Whole, Perfect, Strong, Powerful, Loving, Harmonious and Happy.  🙂

I always keep my promises. 

Kim San

MKMMA

 

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9 thoughts on “MKMMA Week 23: Is It A Great Privilege To Give?

  1. This is one that I LIKED FROM YOUR BLOG, “My parents set great examples and have a huge impact on us when they gave service and gifts to their friends and sometime to strangers and they never expect any returns.” a TRIBUTE TO OUR PARENTS WHO DID THESE THINGS IN THEIR WAY.

  2. Kim, I salute you and your parents! My parents also taught me to be of service to others. I have chosen to follow in their footsteps and have occasionally been surprised when people would look at me suspiciously wanting to know what I wanted from them because I chose to do something for them. Unfortunately they seem to believe there is an ulterior motive behind someone being nice for the sake of being nice. Loved your blog!

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