What you saw is what you reap?

@visavis (5945)
January 29, 2011 3:09am CST
Hi freinds here is the famous phase or saying which even in the bible mentioned. To know the meaning I'll give you the definition of "saw" - well-known phrase giving advice about life and "reap" - obtain as result of previous action. Would you believe this saying? If you believe, do you have experienced that you can share to us that this saying happened to you or somebody. Some says it is "karma" but I think in a different aspect of life. Is it true that what you saw (plant) is what you reap (get) in our life? How? Because why some bad person still at large, still going to rich, still happy in this life while the good person always struggling. see you around
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@owlwings (38500)
• Cambridge, England
29 Jan 11
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@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
29 Jan 11
Sorry my friend that why the reason when I typed in the search nothing comes the result because my spelling of sow is wrong. I have no intention of being duplicate, so I will request to mylot admin to cancel or delete this discussion. Again sorry... see you around
@KrauseHome (34207)
• United States
1 Feb 11
Personally in so many ways, there is a lot of Truth for sure in this one. Because like you said it is something that we can learn from, and grow from. It is more than Karma, or do unto others as you would want them to do unto you. It is something of great importance as in life we all go thru situations where we have to make a decision and decide from there what we really want out of life, and what will be the best for it. A lot of people out there just never take enough time to think about it and often make Bad choices, often to regret them all later. But if you take time to think about it, asking God for guidance along the way then when you take that next step of your journey it will work like it should as well. You have to put into something to get something back and reaping a reward is the main goal to achieve.
@Pose123 (21667)
• Canada
29 Jan 11
Hi visavis, I think that this is always true. The fact that we don't see it doesn't mean it's not happening. Remember that riches don't bring happiness, in fact, often the rich are the most miserable, the most unhappy. Should someone Murder someone and never be caught, does this mean that they have escaped punishment? I don't think so because the time will come when it will always be on their mind, always tormenting them and they will be living in misery. Isn't that reaping what you sow? Blessings.
@mark98 (570)
• China
29 Jan 11
No.Those who sow nothing sometimes reap great rewards,and vice versa. Luck,chance,force,and deception must be taken into account.