Whether we have a lack mentality or one of abundance, what we think greatly impacts how we experience the world—and how it experiences us. Read More
So all the starving people in East Africa or Syria would have enough to eat if they just believed they did? That all the food they need is there for the taking provided they just believe it hard enough?
Famine is as unnecessary as war. Yet why does it still exist? It has a lot to do with power and the belief that some are better than others, which is untrue. Our thoughts have a great impact on the way we view and experience the world and how we move in it. Words can lead to positive action. That is my intention with this blog.
I don't even want to get into details of your arguments. If you wish, I can turn on TV and get lots of endorsement for you from most program hosts.
But that alone pretty much destroyed your credit.
Sure, ignore the truth, turn blind eyes on reality, your dream will come true.
Look at history of many countries, it's the negative reality that needs a positive spin.
Thank you for your comments. I am not here to convert your thinking, just present mine. You can take it or leave it. Abundant thinking has worked for many people. It may not work for you. What you think determines your reality. I am not presenting THE truth, just my own.
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Christine Louise Hohlbaum is the author of The Power of Slow: 101 Ways to Save Time in Our 24/7 World.
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