Thought Process Vs Destiny

There is an ancient and famous saying.

“As you sow, so shall you reap.”

In simple words, you should never expect mangoes to be the fruit if you are growing acacia.

I firmly believe that this should be the first lesson of every morality textbook, and every student should learn this lesson.

Now, I will tell you about five things everyone needs to remember well till they die.

These are the five crucial milestones that will give a detailed picture to everyone for a lifetime of what they have to sow and what to reap.


First and foremost:

Have you ever noticed that our actions tend to depend on our thoughts?

I mean, any task we complete or proceed with first originates in our mind.

It means whatever we sow in our minds as an idea later or sooner gets transformed into action.

Simply put, a thought takes birth in our mind, and then the same idea becomes our task in the future.

For example, before committing theft, the idea of theft arises in the thief’s mind.

Secondly, I mean at the next stage:

When we conclude tasks daily, they gradually become our habits.

I mean to say that at this stage, our daily activities tend to become our habits.

Therefore, at this stage, we reap the harvest of habits from the seeds of our daily tasks.

In the third stage,

we sow the seed of our habit, which becomes the fruit of our character.


we sow the seeds of our character, which becomes the individual’s intention.

And lastly,

our intentions become directly proportional to our destiny/fate.

And I am sure everyone living on Earth wants to be the luckiest.

Can you wrap this up quickly to answer where it all starts?

You got it right!

It starts with ideas/thoughts which are born in our minds.

Therefore in life, make sure about what your mind is thinking.

Never assume that whatever is going through your mind is normal, and let it happen.

As discussed earlier, it’s our thoughts only which become our destiny.

Actually, if you draw this out, it is a clear hierarchy of how our thoughts are linked with our destiny.

And tell you again, we should never take it lightly.

Make sure to think positive and good thoughts; certainly, good will come back to you as well.

There is one more point which I want to bring to your notice.

Only the tasks done with heart get the reward.

Otherwise, whatever we do with half-hearted, they are nothing but mere pretense.

Services offered to someone, or if we do something for others and not with courtesy and humanity, will never turn into good luck in the future.

And do you know what the strangest thing I noticed on this planet is?

I’m sure many of you have also witnessed it.

They are very much involved whenever a person does something terrible or any evil deed.

I mean, I have seen people giving their 100 percent when they are performing some ill activity.

In short, we do things that hurt others dedicatedly.

As said earlier, our actions don’t need to become our sacraments. Sometimes our thoughts also reflect our character.

No one denies that our society witnesses us doing good deeds, but we should not forget that God also notices our intentions.



In many parts of the world, especially the Eastern side, the land has been given the mother’s status.

And it is true as well.

The Earth gives us a lot that is abundant for human survival.

We are independent to do whatever we want to sow on this Earth.

Even after sowing, we have full authority to change it or abandon the cultivation.

But, once the seeds turn into a plant and give fruit, we cannot change the final product.

While sowing seed on the land, one can plow the fields, another can water it, the third person can sow the seeds, and someone else has an option to cut the final product.

There would be someone else who would take it to market and sell it.

Many are there who will buy that product generated from the seed sown.

And we never get to know who has eaten or used that final product of the seed.

But, do remember that we will only harvest the seed we sow in our mind.

No one will help us to cultivate the deeds of our thoughts.

And this is a very bitter and terrible truth.

So, therefore I request you always to keep in mind what you are sowing.


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