No good deed goes unpunished
If indeed there are forces unseen, that help balance the power of our thoughts – then we should be observing their effects. While we can’t stop gravity to examine it, or place it under a microscope – we can see the effects of it.
If the effects are consistent, then we can see them again and again. And if that is true, then humans will report it and also create saying and adages to codify the effects.
Let’s examine a saying that has been passed down through generations – and try to see if there is a framework beneath it.
“No good deed goes unpunished.”
Will start with the latest science images, of what happens when two particles collide.
-Particle Collision in LHC (Large Hadron Collider)
Why start with the smallest particles and just observe them?
These particles are not thinking about good deeds and bad deeds. They just exist, and they also have “interactions” with other particles, including collisions.
The point here is to see the myriad of activities, effects and after-effects that occur when two particles smash into each other. Notice that its not a linear activity, and that in 3D, the particles and their leftovers are creating forces in BOTH directions. Meaning, in the direction they each came from, and also in the reverse direction. Newtonian physics still applies in small doses, and we see that “for every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction.”
So if one object want to bring force of (good/bad) forward, and it collides with another object – the results would be a COMPLEX set of activities. Its not a simple interaction, or rather, it does not end up that way.
In previous chapters and Life Examination discussions, we went over how a person who would give a random homeless person $100 – will end up getting this money back in a “mysterious” way within some period of time. This may only explain part of the interaction between these two objects.
But as the visualization of two particles shows, there may be additional after-effects.
It could be that when a person wants to offer good/positive energy to another person – a few things are invoked at that moment:
1) The good energy is provided from object A to object B with energy level X
2) Good energy with level X will find its way to Object A, the provider/giver
3) Bad energy with level X will also attract itself to Object A with level X
4) Bad energy with level X will also attract itself to Object B with level X
This may be explained by the laws of preservation of energy. Overall, in this world view it seems that you can NEVER get ahead, as the energies will cancel each other out.
Yet, we do observe that energy is not only balancing out, and some of it is enabling objects to “get ahead.”
One way to explain it, is with the notion of attraction. Meaning, that when the good deed is done, and all four forces are activated, they are attracting themselves to the object. Yet, if the object is astute in identifying the “bad energy” that wants to equalize and can avoid it – then it ends up keeping all the good energy. It will not be “robbed” by the forces who seek to bring equilibrium.
Here is an example, to help see how it could manifest in real life.
If a person in a philanthropist, and focuses most of their time on giving away their wealth, its akin to providing others with energy. If a donation is made for $1,000, when the “collision” happens, and the energies collide – there are additional effects and after-effects.
1) The good energy is provided from object A to object B with energy level X (A = -$1,000, B = +$1,000)
2) Good energy with level X will find its way to Object A, the provider/giver (A = +$1,000)
3) Bad energy with level X will also attract itself to Object A with level X (A = -$1,000)
4) Bad energy with level X will also attract itself to Object B with level X (B = -$1,000)
And there, in line 3 is potentially the origin of this saying. In line 1, the $1,000 donation is made, and A loses the energy. In line 2, the law of attraction and preservation of energy will fill the void created, and provide A this energy back, worth of $1,000. So far, its all balancing out.
Yet, if bad energy is also invoked by the same “good deed”, then it will ALSO seek A, to try and get this energy. But it may not be successful, as A will avoid it. Thus, it will not be seen in real-life, but not because its not out there. For example, if a hit man is hired to do a job, it is NOT enough to make it happen. There could be many reasons why the actual hit job will not end up happening. But that does NOT change the fact that the bad energy is out there, looking for an opportunity.
Lastly, line 4 is also a cautionary tale for the receiver of the good energy. This could potentially mean that bad energy seeking to rob it from its newly found energy will be invoked. To that, we may hear people say over the ages “with my luck… I just got this X, and now its gone.”
Here are a few example of how bad energy ends up getting its way:
So next time you find yourself saying “no good deed goes unpunished” or “with my luck, I just lost this…” – see if you can find a pattern.
This could be completely off, and has no shred of truth, or this could be how the energy of life is and this blog post will begin a chain reaction to proving it.
Keep examining, and as a collective, with crowd-wisdom we will get to the truth.
References and Quotes:
“No good deed goes unpunished”
“A foole and his money is soone parted.”
-Dr. John Bridge, 1587
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