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It seems the more good I attempt to do, the worse things in my life become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity I've had to help I have taken, I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, but it's getting to the point where I will no longer have the means to help myself, let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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You practice altruism, not faith in God. You have to near Him, not people ...


When a farmer plows for planting, does he plow continually? Does he keep on breaking up and harrowing the soil? When he has leveled the surface, does he not sow caraway and scatter cummin? Does he not plant wheat in its place, barley in its plot, and spelt in its field? ... Caraway is not threshed with a sledge, nor is a cartwheel rolled over cummin; caraway is beaten out with a rod, and cummin with a stick. Grain must be ground to make bread; so one does not go on threshing it forever. Though he drives the wheels of his threshing cart over it, his horses do not grind it. Isaiah 28:29
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It seems 1. the more good I attempt to do, 2. the worse things in my life 3. become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity (I've had to help) (I have taken), I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. 1. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, 2. but it's getting to the point where 3. I will no longer have the means to help myself, 4. let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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Another great message of Evil projection brought to you by the Beast.. sigh.. get an exorcism please or take a big spoonful of cannabis oil.

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It seems the more good I attempt to do, the worse things in my life become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity I've had to help I have taken, I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, but it's getting to the point where I will no longer have the means to help myself, let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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Congratulations my friend =)

I sense that you are not far away from letting go. You are starting to ask the right questions. Look upon what is happening to you now as an experience, and find its inner meaning. Only then can you progress further.

There is a lesson to be learned in everything, you cannot proceed until you have understood what you are supposed to learn from it.

I wish you all the best =)

Ps heres a thread i just made, please have a read if ur interested in learning more;

Thread: We are winning
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not sure i understand

thats the way it works

you do and ksuffer for it

that is why there are so few

a sane person gets waht they can and avoid suffering at all cost and collect chips

these are the facts

and this is a tune

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a sane person gets waht they can and avoid suffering at all cost and collect chips

these are the facts

and this is a tune


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Why do we as humans avoid things?

Maybe because of fear =) ?

What is fear?

Fear is limitations..

Stop running =)
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If nothing goes right, do the left thing.
There will come a time when you believe everything ends.
This will be the beginning
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It seems 1. the more good I attempt to do, 2. the worse things in my life 3. become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity (I've had to help) (I have taken), I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. 1. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, 2. but it's getting to the point where 3. I will no longer have the means to help myself, 4. let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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Another great message of Evil projection brought to you by the Beast.. sigh.. get an exorcism please or take a big spoonful of cannabis oil.
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Oh damn! The bolt strikes once again! hf peace
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well being one of the greatest cowards on the planet i knpow all about fear

i am like a fear chicken man maswter or somethng

but insanity is insanity, and alot of thought is like,
"oh, survivaql is the most important thing- knowing full well its a dead end

prophecy is important cause fear is good

i ma magic and know secretsw whivch allow me to tyope on a board, please send 2 fiftee
\
she don;t love me , oh boo hoo, i am so worth it and i really love her, that is why i am a simpering complaining man"

these are the facts

and this is anbother tune

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It seems 1. the more good I attempt to do, 2. the worse things in my life 3. become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity (I've had to help) (I have taken), I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. 1. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, 2. but it's getting to the point where 3. I will no longer have the means to help myself, 4. let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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Another great message of Evil projection brought to you by the Beast.. sigh.. get an exorcism please or take a big spoonful of cannabis oil.
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Oh damn! The bolt strikes once again! hf peace
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"If the thunder don't get you then the Lightning will."



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well being one of the greatest cowards on the planet i knpow all about fear

i am like a fear chicken man maswter or somethng

but insanity is insanity, and alot of thought is like,
"oh, survivaql is the most important thing- knowing full well its a dead end

prophecy is important cause fear is good

i ma magic and know secretsw whivch allow me to tyope on a board, please send 2 fiftee
\
she don;t love me , oh boo hoo, i am so worth it and i really love her, that is why i am a simpering complaining man"

these are the facts

and this is anbother tune


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How bout I send you...

tree fitty. That's all I got, tree fitty.

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well being one of the greatest cowards on the planet i knpow all about fear

i am like a fear chicken man maswter or somethng

but insanity is insanity, and alot of thought is like,
"oh, survivaql is the most important thing- knowing full well its a dead end

prophecy is important cause fear is good

i ma magic and know secretsw whivch allow me to tyope on a board, please send 2 fiftee
\
she don;t love me , oh boo hoo, i am so worth it and i really love her, that is why i am a simpering complaining man"

these are the facts

and this is anbother tune


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How bout I send you...

tree fitty. That's all I got, tree fitty.
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Damn that Lochness Monsta!

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How bout I send you...

tree fitty. That's all I got, tree fitty.
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Damn that Lochness Monsta!

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Fuckin KNEW you'd pick up on that one. lolsign
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It seems the more good I attempt to do, the worse things in my life become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity I've had to help I have taken, I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, but it's getting to the point where I will no longer have the means to help myself, let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13559462


Congratulations my friend =)

I sense that you are not far away from letting go. You are starting to ask the right questions. Look upon what is happening to you now as an experience, and find its inner meaning. Only then can you progress further.

There is a lesson to be learned in everything, you cannot proceed until you have understood what you are supposed to learn from it.

I wish you all the best =)

Ps heres a thread i just made, please have a read if ur interested in learning more;

Thread: We are winning
 Quoting: DontBeAfraidEVER


+1

Keep doing what you are doing OP. You are leading yourself by your heart. These experiences you are going through and these feelings you are having will make sense to you in due time.

sun

Last Edited by ANHEDONIC on 12/26/2012 09:19 AM

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. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity I've had to help I have taken, I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help...

maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13559462


Ever fly on an airplane? When they brief you on using the oxygen masks, they tell you to put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others with their oxygen masks.

You must get yourself squared away so that you can support yourself and your immediate family before even thinking about helping total strangers.

Practice the word "No". Not in anger or malice, but simply as statement of fact.

Prioritise your life: Your own needs simply must come first, then family, then possibly -- sometime in the future -- strangers.

You cannot help others unless you yourself have the assets to spare. You must be able to take care of yourself and make a living before anything else.

Neglecting your own ability to support yourself to "help" others is not the "right" thing to do. It is foolish.
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Your thread title says much.
If this all is truly right for you, you wouldn't be tiring of it.
Ask yourself why you're doing this- to prove your worth to your parents, or to prove your worth to yourself.
(It is most difficult when it concerns a parent/ parents).

You strike me as a decent, caring person. Believe that. Trust that. Value and safeguard that.

Sacrificing all you've become, all you've worked for, for the hoped for/ expected/imagined approval, or appreciation from someone else is going to net you many (often great) losses with little gain, and you will lose yourself in the process.
I know. Been there, and still struggling to regain all I gave up in (what sounds like) similar circumstances.

Never go against your true feelings/ convictions on anything. Don't do or say what you imaginemight be expected of you- it's rarely appreciated, at least not to the degree or in the way you hoped.
Prioritize- put yourself and your wife and your children (if any) first. That's your foundation, that's your strength.
From strength you can extend help to anyone at any given time, in many little but important ways.

'To thine own self be true' is good advice.

All clarity to you OP- I hope this helps.
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+1

Keep doing what you are doing. You are leading yourself by your heart. These experiences you are going through and these feelings you are having will make sense to you in due time.

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Dont you worry mate =) I will never stop!

I think i already know where im heading, but time will tell i guess, all i know is that whatever it is, im all up for it =)

Ive had most of these feelings since i was little boy, but ive never managed to let go totally before now =)

And thanks a million for pinning my thread btw ^^
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It seems 1. the more good I attempt to do, 2. the worse things in my life 3. become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity (I've had to help) (I have taken), I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. 1. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, 2. but it's getting to the point where 3. I will no longer have the means to help myself, 4. let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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Another great message of Evil projection brought to you by the Beast.. sigh.. get an exorcism please or take a big spoonful of cannabis oil.
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Watch out for this raving lunatic.

OP, it's very normal. When you are nice you're in the background. And they do say that no good deed goes unpunished. You're also regarded as weak by some of the people you're helping. And most of the people you're not helping.

That's your thanks for using intelligence, wisdom and being considerate.

If it doesn't sit well with you anymore, then it's time to change, I figure you're the best person to know what you want changed. Good luck.
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+1

Keep doing what you are doing. You are leading yourself by your heart. These experiences you are going through and these feelings you are having will make sense to you in due time.

sun
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Dont you worry mate =) I will never stop!

I think i already know where im heading, but time will tell i guess, all i know is that whatever it is, im all up for it =)

Ive had most of these feelings since i was little boy, but ive never managed to let go totally before now =)

And thanks a million for pinning my thread btw ^^
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Oh sorry for the confusuion - I agreed with your post/advice and then what I wrote after that was directed at the OP. I will edit my post for clarity.

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I like the parable of the oxygen mask.

God no doubt has a plan, but it definitely isn't you bleeding your self to death. Oh Wait, maybe that is God's plan for you.

The old adage 'give until it hurts' doesn't mean you give until your kids starve to death.


It may be God is telling you something and you just ain't listening.

People have this method of praying, they sit there, demand a lot and say a lot, say Amen and walk away. They never give God a chance to reply.

I think what you need to do is find a private place (pray in the closet is mentioned in the bible) and ask God what His will is, and then sit there and listen.

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“The greatest harm can result from the best intentions.”

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki - We wanted to end the War.
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It seems the more good I attempt to do, the worse things in my life become. I recently moved in with my parents to help them through a difficult financial time, my dad and I work in the same field for the same company. For the first couple weeks everything was going smoothly, and it was looking like things were gonna bounce back. Then my dad started getting all the work and I've been getting nothing. I haven't had work for almost a week, but my dad is getting more than he can handle, so what do I do? I help him more. The boss asks when we are going back to working solo, we tell him we will go back when he starts giving me work. Now I can't work because I have no money for gas or parts. Every opportunity I've had to help I have taken, I've been taking my brother to karate, helping out with bills, groceries, gas, you name it. I've helped random strangers and family alike out of the will to help. I want to keep doing good, but I'm bleeding my wife and myself dry doing it all. I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, but it's getting to the point where I will no longer have the means to help myself, let alone anyone else. I don't really know why I'm even posting this here, maybe I want sympathy, maybe I want someone to tell me to keep the faith, maybe I just want someone to tell me to nut up and stop trying to help. I don't know, I just feel lost and really want to just stop.
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I'm having a bad time at the moment, helping people and stuff does not seem to improve the situation.
Sometimes I think Satan has a grip on the world at the moment. But then I think perhaps it is Gods more elaborate plan. I find the latter more motivational.

Keep up the good work and things will done out fine.
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Do the left thing then.
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(lol)

there was one story or movi9e or somethng about a doctor that went up to alaska in some god forsaken town

and he said he would do it for like 5 million dollars or soemthng and they saoid yes

time is momney

and my time is worth about 11,456 US

the point?

oh yeah, you can try to do what most consider right and still charge like two fiftee

these are the facts

and this is another tune

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"I'm a faithful man and I know that God has a plan, but it's getting to the point where I will no longer have the means to help myself, let alone anyone else"

Sit up above and look down...does He need you to reach this point? Many of us are experiencing these things.... Remember how the angel of the Lord went after Balaam riding his donkey? But that only the donkey could see the angel of the Lord holding his sword? Are you Balaam, obvlious to the angel, or the donkey who can see him? The donkey was responding to the obvious threat and finally laid down when he could turn aside no longer. But Balaam just kept beating the donkey...

You're a man of faith, therefore you know that God has sovereignty. Instead of becoming despondent about your situation, ask the Lord God what it is you need to learn or do or teach. He has you with your earth family, and perhaps the lack of earth work is to give you time to seek Him for His will....perhaps it's to be with your family in the trying times ahead, perhaps it's to drive home the point that you were too preoccupied with earth matters instead of with His matters...there are so many glorious options here that it's your attitude that is lacking by becoming despondent. I know, because it can get me down too sometimes then I have to open scripture and pray about something that I don't understand.
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I look back to past times of feeling like I sacrificed for my parents and other family and regret wasting time and resources on them and not focusing as much on me. Many of them have died and what I out in was not and will not be appreciated.
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hard econocmic times and 'course feed the poor tend the sick- is failry straight forward

at any rate "how to survive during a recession and do the right thing"

- old church gals, tell them you love them and need there crdeit card to look good and get your project going

if they have kin then run like heel

these are the facts

and this is anpther tune

cause in "monsters" the fever man charged a ton, and stayed drunk


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