Home Sutra: Importance Of Returning Favours [Video]
No good deed should go unrewarded. Every positive action deserves an equal and opposite reaction. Ignoring a favour, or failure to do one in return creates ill-will and negative thoughts in the minds of others. It is why, in most Indian households it is considered rude to return a borrowed utensil empty. Returning a favour is a way to show appreciation and also creates a positive energy cycle. One good deed, feeds another. Failure to appreciate other's positive actions burdens our lives with Rahu 'dosha'. This has the potential to hurt us in many
Watch this episode of Home Sutra with renowned astrologer and Vastu expert P Khurrana, to know about the importance of returning favours in a way to ensure good fortune and prosperity in our lives.