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Daily Meditation: Friday, August 6, 2010

Greeting - as a way of bringing some­thing good to others

Daily Meditation:  Friday, August 6, 2010

It is the custom in all countries to take something for the people you are visiting - some flowers, cakes, sweets, and so on. This tradition, which is very old, is based on a law: you should not visit someone empty-handed. And not only should you not arrive empty-handed, but it is desirable that when you go to meet people you always do so with the wish to offer them something of the goodness of your heart and soul. So it is very important to be careful not to greet anyone while holding an empty container, so as not to bring emptiness to them for the rest of the day. When you are going to meet a friend, never hold an empty basket, bucket or bottle. If you absolutely have to hold a container, fill it up. It doesn't have to contain anything really valuable - it can just be water, which anyway is one of the most valuable things in the eyes of the Creator. And come before this friend with the thought that you are bringing him or her health, joy, fulfilment and every blessing.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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