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Think Rich

See Yourself as Properous, and you will be...

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Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God, sent this today:

On this day of your life

Dear Friend, I believe God wants you to know ...

... that if you see yourself as prosperous, you will be. If you see yourself as continually hard up, that is exactly what you will be.

Robert Collier said that, and he was right.

Every spiritual book in contemporary times sends us the same message.

Live the reality you wish to experience, beginning now.

Not only see yourself as prosperous, act this idea out.

You can do it in small ways. The Universe doesn't care. It's the energy

behind the gesture that counts, not the size of the gesture. So go ahead.

Give some money away today. Buy something special today.

Act prosperous today. The Universe will get the message

when you do.

Thinking Rich doesn't mean going out and buying a Mercedes!

It's so perfect, that I almost don't want to interpret it at all, but I do want to say I don't believe Neale meant this message to mean you should go out and buy a Mercedes! To me, it means shifting your mindset, from one where you're constantly seeking out validation that you can't have something or you can't do something because you perceive you don't have the money. Instead, he wants you to focus on the abundance, in your life, and to start thinking and living RICH. I feel RICH, and therefore, I am. Does that make sense? If not, let's talk.

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With Gratitude,

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