The Natural Law of Abundance for All


It’s pervasive, I can feel it in the air, this heavy energy of “not enough-ness” that is all around me.  It’s the opposite of what I know to be true, which is that there is plenty of abundance for all, and that it is as real as the wind blowing through my red curly hair, or the birds singing their sweet songs overhead.  

“Why do so many miss it”, I wonder?

From the Chinese restaurant take-out, who was extremely stingy upon providing me with extra soy sauce and hot mustard packets, and then charged me for extra fortune cookies (after I explained that it was a meal for 6 of us).  The food was quite delicious, but I gently explained to my children why that was our last visit there.
Even a gumball machine I treated myself to the other day, where with a quarter, I would usually get a handful of these small square colorful coated gum.  And guess what, only 1 little piece of gum came out!  When this “not enough-ness” effects gumball machines, we know we are in for trouble!  LOL
Then there is social media, which is a TOTAL blessing to us, yet way under-utilized for the purpose of raising the consciousness and the prosperity that naturally occurs when people interact with care, and SHARE!
In other words, we can use this remarkable gift of connection, of global consciousness, to expand our worlds, our perspectives, and to share our gifts with others!  If you like someone’s blog, and it touched you or provided you with useful information, share it, like it, comment on it!
If you are moved by someone’s art work or music, share it and let others enjoy it, too!
The more we share, the more we give, the more we prosper, and the more we transform our lives!  
One of my favorite Authors and Master Teachers, Napoleon Hill, stated such back in the 1960’s:

Give to Get. . .
by Napoleon Hill

Your most preciously valued possessions and your greatest powers are often necessarily invisible and intangible. No one can take them. You and you alone can share them.
The more you share, the more you will have.
Now if you doubt this, you can prove it to yourself by giving: a smile to everyone you meet; a kind word; a pleasant response; appreciation with warmth from the heart; cheer; encouragement; hope; honor, credit, and applause; good thoughts; evidence of love for your fellowmen; happiness; a prayer for the godless and the godly; and time for a worthy cause with eagerness.
If you do experiment by giving any one of the above, you will also prove to yourself what we have found is one of the most difficult principles to teach those who need it most: how to cause desirable actions within yourself. Until you do learn, you will fail to realize that what is left with you when you share it with others will multiply and grow; and what you withhold from others will diminish and decrease. There, share that which is good and desirable and withhold that which is bad and undesirable.
Now that is outstanding advice, and one we can take with us into our everyday lives, on and off the computer.
Please accept my gift of a virtual hug (and if we ever meet in person, a physical one.  I love to hug!).  Look forward to sharing more with you soon!