Are universal laws working fore or against your future?

Universal laws help us to reflect on what we are doing.

 

 

Universal laws tend to guide how we think and behave

The universal laws have been part of various ancient traditions and are still today, though many of us aren’t aware that there exist such laws. Many don’t know, how they actually operate because they are not taught to us in traditional educational systems. But the know-how of these universal laws is essential to gaining understanding and wisdom.

  • Law of going into business. Before you make the final decision you find it is not the right time.
  • Law of mechanical repairs.  After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch and you’ll have to go to the toilet.
  • Law of gravity.  Any tool, nut, bolt, screw, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible corner.
  • Law of Probability.The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.
  • Law of men’s sheds. What every you build it will be too small.
  • Law of cash flow. The cash is never there when you need it most, but always there when you don’t.
  • Law of random numbers. If you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal and someone always answers.
  • Law of planning. If you fail to plan you plan to fail.
  • Law of the alibis. If you tell the boss you were late for work because you had a flat tire, the very next morning you will have a flat tire.
  • Variation Law. If you change lines (or traffic lanes), the one you were in will always move faster than the one you are in now (works every time).
  • Law of the bath. When the body is fully immersed in water, the telephone rings.
  • Law of attitude. If you think you can you can, if you think you can’t you can’t.
  • Law of close encounters. The probability of meeting someone you know increases dramatically when you are with someone you don’t want to be seen with.
  • Law of the result. When you try to prove to someone that a machine won’t work, it will.
  • Law of loyalty. If none is given none is received.
  • Law of Biomechanics The severity of the itch is inversely proportional to the reach.
  • Law of action. Many small actions will overcome procrastination and make things happen faster.
  • Law of the theatre and sporting Arena.  At any event, the people whose seats are furthest from the aisle, always arrive last.  They are the ones who will leave their seats several times to go for food, beer, or the toilet and who leave early before the end of the performance or the game is over. The people in the aisle seats come early, never move once, have long gangly legs or big bellies, and stay to the bitter end of the performance.  The aisle people also are very surly folk.
  • Law of coffee. As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold.
  • Law of lockers.  If there are only two people in a locker room, they will have adjacent lockers.
  • Law of Touch Points. If you don’t want someone to touch something they will.
  • Law of physical surfaces. The chances of an open-faced sandwich landing face down on a floor, are directly correlated to the newness and cost of the carpet or rug.
  • Law of opportunity. When you are desperate to find an opportunity they are never there.
  • Law of customer service. Customers don’t need your services until they need them.
  • Law of Logical Argument.  Anything is possible if you don’t know what you are talking about. 
  • Law of technology. Just when you have purchased some technology, something better becomes available.
  • Law of physical appearance.  If the clothes fit, they’re ugly.
  • Law of change. If you want something to change it won’t, if you don’t want something to change then it will.
  • Law of writing. If you start with a blank page, your thoughts won’t flow.
  • Law of the Business Model. Business models only work well when you have the right model.
  • Law of problems. There are more problems associated with a negative outlook.
  • Law of home-based businesses. The home was big enough until you started setting up your office.
  • Law of public speaking.  A closed mouth gathers no feet.
  • Law of growth. Nothing grows without inputs and nurturing.
  • Law of budgets. They never work out the way you want them too, they have a mind of their own.
  • Law of marketing strategy. As soon as you find a product that you really like, they will stop making it.
  • Law of attraction.  Like people attract like people, just as success breeds success.
  • Law of non-profits. Funding is always a problem if you don’t know how to raise funds.
  • Law of Doctors. If you don’t feel well, make an appointment to go to the doctor, by the time you get there you’ll feel better. But don’t make an appointment, and you’ll stay sick.
  • Law of symptoms.  Everyone treats the symptom as the problem because the problem never has symptoms. 
  • Law of analysis. When you analyse something, the outcome you were expecting to find is never there.
  • Law of Big Data. It’s bigger than you think but better than you think.
  • Law of overload. You never seem to be overloaded when you love doing what you are doing.
  • Law of the community. If you like a community good things happen if you don’t there always seems to be a problem.
  • Law of traps.  Traps are always put there just to catch me.
  • Law of a journey. Even the longest journey starts with the first step.

 

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Nothing happens by chance. Every action, including your thoughts, have a reaction or consequence.

We reap what we sow. Our thoughts, feelings, words, and actions produce energies which, in turn, attract like energies. Negative energies attract negative energies and positive energies attract positive energies.

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