When it pertains to another persons personal development, emotional health and well-being you do not demand the person pay you for your help, this is unethical. The same money you charged to help that person could also be used to hire a murder, so you see money can be used for good and bad, but acts of kindness and helping others can never be used in a bad way. There is a very subtle point I have been trying to make with this comparison but I'm having a hard time putting it into words, it seems there are no words to describe it. It's like your trading a greater for a lesser, acts of kindness for money, a pure for an impure, it makes no sense, it's a contradiction. When you help someone your reward is heartfelt, you feel it inside, you feel better about yourself but you don't do it for a reward. Why taint it with the motive of acquiring money? It's about helping and serving the other person, not about serving yourself by getting something like money out of it. Serve the other and not yourself.
I laid out several good examples but it seems still no one gets it. I thought this was a sort of spiritual forum!
Last edited by Blue Sparks; 12-15-2011 at 06:28 AM.