Consider: And do we have to prove our own gratitude to the world, to manifest prosperity?

asked 30 Dec '10, 04:07

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edited 30 Dec '10, 11:42

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Hi Vee, You're going to get a lot of answers on this one. Good Question. I don't think anything has to be proven to the world. You know how you feel when something good happens. If it was unexpected good that's even better; and, it proves you are living right to get an unexpected raise, gift, or whatever. There is snow on the far away mountains and it's really beautiful. I make a big deal out of it because it's so easy to feel good about a good view. At first I did rampages of appreciation because I would receive something later. I mean hey, I was new to the site and had some needs. Now I do it because It makes me feel good. I ask Source to give some me ideas and I might have hit on a good one business wise. I have a good feeling about this next year. Many Blesssings.


answered 30 Dec '10, 04:42

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edited 30 Dec '10, 04:59

Gotta love those 'good feelings' Tom :)

(30 Dec '10, 22:32) Michaela

@Michaela,Thanks you're right and thank you for reminding me.

(31 Dec '10, 01:43) Tom

Thank you Tom and I trust that the year 2011 will be very productive for you. Happy New Year!

(31 Dec '10, 04:55) Inactive User ♦♦
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Vee I think you hit the nail on the head.

In a nutshell....YES

Anything else is simply an offshoot of that! (In an attempt to understand that)


answered 30 Dec '10, 20:08

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Without a doubt Yes.

However, we don't have to prove anything to anyone to "manifest prosperity" - we merely have to feel grateful from a heartfelt place and realize the abundance we already have, prosperity will follow naturally.


answered 30 Dec '10, 22:31

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Your answer is, in my opinion, much deeper that it appears to be. It is the fulfillment factor that everyone is chasing in all the wrong places.

(31 Dec '10, 02:11) The Traveller

Your point is well taken, and I like the part about the abundance we already have. Thank you, and Happy New Year!

(31 Dec '10, 05:00) Inactive User ♦♦

Happy New year Guys :)

(31 Dec '10, 14:02) Michaela
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