The principles of affect and effect
.The principle of affect and effect is prevalent in our society. There is no escaping its impact. The question is will you use the power of this principle in a positive or negative way. We see examples in the bible, social culture, homes, businesses, and throughout the world. Its power never stops, its power God has given us as a gift.
What is the Principle of affect and effect?
How are you using this power today?
Who are you affecting and effecting in a positive way?
Who are you affecting and effecting in a negative way?
Every person throughout history has had this power working in their lives. Some have used this power for evil. Hitler is an example of a man who used this principle to impact millions of lives even long after his death. Jesus used this principle to impact people throughout history we see examples of the impact on lives. Today billions of people all over the world have been impacted in ways we cannot even measure. The principle is so powerful that once we fully begin to grasp its power we should never feel insignificant again.
There are those who feel like their lives do not matter. Some feel they have not had the impact they wanted. I have felt in times past these emotions. The truth is what we must see. The power of affect and effect has been working and having an impact upon lives. We may not see it now but it is there.
The principle of affect and effect is simple but profound. It is complex yet uncomplicated. It can impact people around the world and ourselves all at the same time. The principle is universal and Transcends all limits of time. History is full of measurable ways this Principle of affect and effect has worked.
Parts of the principle of affect and effect:
Life and death
Critical parts of life itself
The most overlooked power we have
The most underestimated power people use to the good
It is always working
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I recall, by the age of 5, having been uprooted from my first home and moved to a second. I recall having made playing in the woods a major part of my life, and thus it remains today. The sea was my second place of recreation, then, and so bodies of water remain important to my well-being, now. Ages 12-13 saw my puberty, though girls have fascinated me since I was seven. The unresolved issues of attraction and rejection have caused me problems, both before and after my period of marriage, until only a few days ago, when I faced up to them. Age 19 saw me take on at least some of the duties of manhood. My effect on others has been totally due to the affect that I show them, and that I exhibit towards myself.
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Wow thanks for being open. I have seen a lot of things from my past and present because of this law. Some good many lessons to be learnt from.
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