The Law of Relativity is the Universal Law that states all things are relative. Nothing is good or bad, just relative.
We are the ones that determine if something is good or bad in relationship to everything around us, but the fact is there is, no truly good or bad.
Something that may present a problem to us may be the same thing that represents a solution to someone else. Your dog may be large compared to your neighbor’s dog and small compared to your sister’s dog. So, is your dog big or small? It is all relative. It is all in how we relate any given thing to our world.
Think about it. You may see yourself as poor, but if your household brings in more than $24,000 a year in income then you are in the top 10% of all wage earners in the World. To someone in another country earning only $14 a week, you who earns $24,000 a year are wealthy beyond imagination. So, how do you determine if you are wealthy? Again, it is all relative.
The Law of Relativity can work in conjunction with the other 11 Universal Laws if only you know how to use it to your benefit. If all things are relative, if we determine big and small, rich and poor, good and bad by what we relate it to, maybe we should be diligent in choosing what we compare things to.
We already know from the other universal laws that we need to be grateful and positive in our thinking, so why not compare our situation to one that is worse than or own? If we do this then we will continue to be positive and grateful for what we have and what we are.
You will always be able to find someone that is better than you or that has more than you, but you will also always find someone that is not as good as you, that has less than you. It is all relative. The important thing here, is to leave your ego aside.
Quit comparing yourself to your brother that is faster, stronger, and makes more money than you, because you have a better family life, more friends, and you have more compassion than he does. It is all relative. Everyone can do something better than you and you can do something better than everyone else. Start focusing on the things that you have that are better, be grateful for what you have and you will start attracting that which you want faster.
The Law of Relativity states that all things are relative, no good or bad, big or small, rich or poor, it is all relative. So, be diligent in what you compare yourself to. Be grateful for those things that bring you joy. Be grateful for what you have because not everyone has it. Be grateful for who you are because there is no one else like you.