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Totally agree with you.
We get what we think about whether we want it or not.
If you don't believe then the universe always will give you evidence of that belief good or bad. I suggest giving it an honest effort.
I challenge you to read my article (see below) give it an honest try and then say you don't believe.
Not a shameless plug just a tip from someone who is been studying this "stuff" for over 16 years and getting amazing results in my life. Not caviar and yachts...but things has changed tremendously in my life since applying these principles.
I get wrapped up in the day-to-day nonsense just like everyone else and get carried away with spending more time thinking about what I don't want them what I do. But when I do get focused and think on purpose... things change dramatically in an instant. I can give many examples.
And trust me when the day comes when I decide that I do want caviar and yachts... believe me I will get them.
Positive actions save lives and conquer tragedy.
Doing good versus doing well. Vincent Lyn does both!
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