After decades of striving to get before giving, it has become increasingly obvious to me that learning to give is the right way to live. Rainmaking – the art of giving productively – is most important for right living.
Rainmaking is nourishment to the spirit, as wholesome food is nourishment to the body. Without rainmaking, the soul starts shrinking.
The “Law of Plentitude” makes it remarkably clear that rainmaking comes first, and, receiving is the inevitable consequence. You only get when you give, and you always get like kind of what you give.
Millions of folks, in a thousand different ways, are trying to reap the fruit without sowing the seeds. They are asking for the impossible. Hence, so many people are suffering from want.
The world is a very abundant place when humanity makes rainmaking its daily pace. For the rain that replenishes our lives to come, we must learn to make giving a lot of fun. The secret to joyful living is to stop snatching and begin giving. Give like your cup runneth over, and soon, your cup will runneth over.
Rainmaking is a beautiful way of living where sharing and giving feels natural. So, make as much rain as possible, and it’s absolutely unbelievable how the universe starts pouring beautiful rain down upon you. Which gives you even more supply to make more rain.
Begin now, making rain, with no strings attached, with no expectations; let your joy be part of the rainmaking process. Make it your motto to Give for Giving’s Sake, and prepare yourself for a great slice of life’s sweet cake. “Prove me now, herewith, saith the Lord of Hosts, see if I will not open the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessing that you will not have room enough to receive it.” – Malachi.
Thousands of windows open – thousands of opportunities come – to the one who makes rainmaking a great joy and a lot of fun. All that is good and beautiful immediately floods down upon the rainmaker, and that flooded life contains the fulfillment of his aspirations and aims.
Blessings, Rob White