In the bestselling book ‘Prisons: The Six Secrets of Life‘, there is real life story of a person who has outdone most of the others in charity. Yet after his death he finds himself in a terrible place. Totally at odds with what he and the world thought would be his abode once he moved to a different dimension.
In a book written by a different author whose deceased sons describe the other dimensions to her; ‘The laws of the Spirit world’; the author describes how a man who had been very charitable finds himself being moved to a very bad realm He fights with the people in the after-world, yet he isn’t allowed entry into a better realm.
The obvious question is that, “Of What use is goodness and charity? “
Isn’t it better, then to enjoy and use up all you possess right here?
The answer is to be found
in the scriptures which provide the laws of charity,
through the understanding of the law of attraction and
through a deeper appreciation of the nature of the Universe, the consciousness of abundance.
The scriptural Law Of Charity states that the earning or the money with us should be that of ‘Das Naam’ or earned through righteousness.
Charity borne out of the wealth from cheating is as worthless as sea water is for drinking.
If you read about the life of the person mentioned in the “Prisons” book, you’d discover the nature of wealth earned by him. The guiding paradigm of his life was deceit. The law of attraction desires that “like be met with like.”
Hence the act of charity violated the fundamental requirement of wealth through ‘Das Naam’ or right means. Deceit has to be met with deceit. Even in the afterlife. You have to be attracted to a realm where people with similar natures reside. So did this person.
The act of charity or even of murder is meaningless per se.
It is the intent which is the guiding force.
The Omnipotence creates and sustains every being, dimensions and void. It does so with the all pervading power and consciousness known as the “Naam Kelah” in Punjabi language or the “Holy life force” in English. The fundamental nature of this super-consciousness is to constantly create something better, to constantly give.
This is the consciousness of abundance.
When our thought resonates truly with this consciousness through intent (not through the act), abundance results.
Therefore, a dollar given out of righteous earning and with the true intent of helping is worth a lot more than an unrighteous charity of billions or something given with a selfish intent.
Because purity of the heart has already created heaven inside the mind of the giver, outside heaven has to manifest even in the after-life.
A single dollar of goodness may well get the keys of heaven opened for you.