The Law of Compensation states that you're always compensated in like manner for that which you have contributed. You're compensated for your efforts, whatever they are, however much or however little.
Compensation means equal returns for that which is given. It means a balance of that quality or service that is extended to another person. It's about the Law of Sowing and Reaping.
Your natural right place is where you can enjoy abundance and success.
Your thought is the controller of all activity.
If you want prosperity and success, but you don't strive to change in any way, how can you expect things to be any different?
An alcoholic never changes until he or she decides to stop drinking.
If some harmful habit possesses or obsesses you, you're not the master of your life until you decide to change your harmful thoughts and habits.
The home is a reflection of your ruling mind. Its appearance speaks its keeper’s mind. If you want success, look at your home.
No, lack of money is no excuse for a disorderly home. Your home can be neat and clean even if you are using store boxes for furniture. If you wish a better home or nicer furniture, the change for the better starts in your mind.
It is the little things that count, and many little things make a big thing, right?
It's useless to pray for a new home if you can't take care of your present one.
When you are thorough in your work and do it well, you bring out the best in you. You become better, and you'll attract better things and you're given even greater things to do. when you become too large for your present place, you will begin to draw yourself to something larger. You attract the better when you first become larger yourself.
You must earn what you receive or you can't keep it. As the saying goes, “Like water, he will find his true level”. Otherwise, there could be no progress.
Another popular saying states that "How you do anything is how you do everything!"
To blame your difficulties on outer conditions or on other people is wrong. Check back and correct your thinking if needed.
The Law of Compensation, that is we reap what we sow, is accurate. Each experience you have in your life works ultimately for your good. If you attract negative things, it is often because some dormant or neglected phase of your nature needs to be awakened and developed. You also learn from the experience to create something better.
Make good thoughts your ruling thoughts. Learn to think constructively of all persons, all things, all events and circumstances. Strive to bring out the good in yourself and in others.
Whatever you have today is your fair reward. If you want success in your life, you must be aware of what you think and watch what you talk. When you talk lack of money, hard times, or other negative things, you are sowing that type of seed.
If you plant tomato seeds, you expect to get tomatoes, right?
The supply from which the visible comes never runs out.
It's with you all the time. It gives according to your demand upon it. It's not affected by you talking lack or loss, but you are the one affected.
Understand that by working the Law of Compensation, you do so step by step. Each little step brings you closer to your goal. Your muscles don't grow if you exercise only once, do they?
If you are not succeeding, if you lack any good thing, look more closely to the cause. It is not outside, it is somewhere within you.
See where you fail to use the Law of Compensation correctly or where you fail in your consciousness to think rightly.
Do you expect to get something for nothing?
Does it make you feel good when you get something without paying for it or without doing a favor in exchange? If so, you are violating the Law of Compensation. Then you'll never be satisfied with your returns.
Do you hate to pay your bills?
Give your money happily even if it be the last coin you have. What have you received for that money? If it's your phone bill, you may have had great conversations with your friends, foe example. When you pay happily for what you've received, you comply with this law.
Often when we get to a low level, we begin to tighten up on our purse strings. We begin to hold back. This is like closing the faucet, limiting the supply from pouring in to you.
Well, what is life giving you today?
Health and joy, or sickness, misery, and lack? Whatever it is, it is your own. You make your contributions and you are daily enjoying the profits or losses.
The Law of Compensation always helps those who help themselves.
Remind yourself regularly that your rewards will always be in direct proportion to your service to others.
How could you increase the value of your services to other people today? Always look for ways to go the extra mile.