We have been told to help others, and we do. But why are we doing it? Most of the time our help does not create the pure energy that enlightened our souls. That result is because we have forgotten the unconditional love which is converted into unconditional help. We help because the church or the system we live in tells us to do so and we will get so much in return. We help family and friends hoping they will help us back or we help people in need on the street because we are expecting to be welcomed by the afterlife for our doings. Every single action of conditional help does not meet the purpose. The purpose itself is the unconditional help and love. So, what is happening when we achieve that state of unconditional? Doing so we find bliss; we see that helping without waiting for anything in return is uplifting us and we feel it right away at that moment when God put us in a position of helping someone. Unfortunately within our society and in particular in the harsh environment of a big city, we are being considered stupid and awkward to apply such judgment. It is said to see many of us lost their way to selfishness, one of the most awarded behaviors in our society. “You deserve the best, or I deserve the best,” is the motto of the day. It is so easy to return to our origins and apply what we call common sense.
God created this mechanism that we may call Karma and no matter what we believe Karma will catch up with us. So, even we do help that comes at that moment from the heart and wait for anything in return God will compensate, and through what we call coincidences we will be rewarded, always. We only have to remember this basic lesson preached by any enlightened human in our history. It is not difficult if we only listen to our conscience just like Pinnochio listing to his good friend Jiminy. Let’s make it simple as we heard it as kids when we have watched that beautiful story of Pinnochio.
The Blue Fairy: You must learn to choose between right and wrong.
Pinocchio: Right and wrong? But how will I know?
Jiminy Cricket: [watching] How’ll he know!
The Blue Fairy: [to Pinocchio] Your conscience will tell you.
Pinocchio: What’s a conscience?
Jiminy Cricket: What’s a conscience! I’ll tell ya! A conscience is that still small voice that people won’t listen to. That’s just the trouble with the world today.
Pinocchio: Are you my conscience?
Jiminy Cricket: Who, me?