Give and Take Cycle

Ferré, Carl
November 2007
Macrobiotics Today;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p16
The article provides information on the proper methodology on give and take cycle as key element for a better and successful life in this world. This cycle is recognized as an effective approach for a more successful life in this earth. According to the author that there are six steps in viewing the give and take cycle including receive, accumulation, grow, empower, give/share, and empty. The discovery of the cycle also indicates people connection with Oneness, Infinity, and God.


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