Do you believe--"What we do for ourselves dies with us;what we do for others and world remains is immortal"?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Good question friend.


    Both what we do for ourselves and what we do for others comes with us after dieing... And both our deed which is done by us for ourselves and for others will give back result to us only.. whether that deeds may good or bad..

    And what immortal is Our soul and what changes is our deeds and our body.

  • 1 decade ago

    It's we who are immortal and not our acts. All our acts and even the results of all our acts whether done for ourselves or for others perishes on one day or the other. What we do is just our "deed" or "karma". The "karma" that we do for ourselves is good, the one which we do for any other individual is better and the one which we do for the entire world is the best. Our "karma" helps us to increase the rating and ranking of ourselves and get a better birth in our next life as a result of it.

  • 1 decade ago

    according to the LAW OF KARMA..nothing remailns there whether for ourselves or for others.whatever we do it immediately bounces back to u. try it..u hate somebody..may be not the same person but some body else will throw hatred on u in multiplied form.our whole life is chain of reactions..only an enlightened being just witness it and transcend beyond the wheel of karmas.but for a normal person this saying applies very well "whatever u do for urself dies with u, withothers it remain there till eternity..but u know life is not things may very fromperson to person. so no general , universal rule applies for everybody in same way, same quantity.amazing r the ways of god.

  • 1 decade ago

    Nveen what ever we are doing for others or for the world is also we are doing for ourselves and what ever we do for our selves also becomes of every body,s because all is one and one is every thing is immortal.

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  • 1 decade ago

    In fact, WE are immortal, and anything else in the world will pass away.

  • 4 years ago

    it is not as quickly as saved constantly saved. all of us has to do their very own seek of their quest for salvation. once you destroy a commandment you're able to constantly repent. And sure you do have a decision with regards to the sabbath. you are able to opt for to tell your business enterprise which you quite desire sometime off a week to worship Jesus, and then permit the chips fall the place they might. in case you lose your interest...then you definitely are trusting Jesus to get you yet another one.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No, I don't. Either way it is forgotten very soon.

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