Some people go through life treating others harshly. They say what they want to say to others without considering their feelings. They cheat others and feel no remorse. They gossip about others relentlessly. They look down on others who are less fortunate than they are, and they will do anything to make sure they obtain their agendas. They feel they are above reproach and refuse to be accountable for their actions. Saying “I’m sorry” or “I apologize” is not a part of their vocabularies. They never encourage those around them, but they find multiple ways to tear others down. They feel justified in their actions because they hadn’t experience any major consequences.
Other people are just the opposite. They are always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. They look for ways to encourage others and build them up. When they see others less fortunate than they are, they do what they can to make the situations better. If they can’t say anything positive about situations, they say nothing at all. They will readily admit their mistakes and sometimes take initial steps at reconciliation even when they are right. They always look for the best in others, even when unattractive traits are prominent.
Regardless of which side of the fence a person is on, one truth will always prevail. A man will reap what he sows. If a person sows seeds of negativity, he will one day reap the harvest of his negative seeds. If he sows seeds of positivity, the harvest from those seeds will also come back to him. The strange thing about sowing and reaping is that there is a time factor that no one can predict. It may take years to yield a crop, but just know that the harvest is on the way. Needless to say, he may have planted a few seeds, but when the harvest manifests, it usually comes in abundance.
I would encourage you to check the seeds you’re sowing. If you don’t like what’s forthcoming, then change your seed. When you do that, you have a way of changing your harvest.