Charles Haanel writes about the Law of Abundance in his book "The New Psychology".

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The mind is a perceptual filter. If you focus on lack, that's all you will see, because you will filter out all of the abundance around you.

On the other hand, if you focus on abundance, you will see abundance. And it's not just because you think there's abundance; there really is. By focusing on abundance, you open your mind to the opportunities around you, which makes them consciously available to you.

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WE are not talking about the desperate situations over which some have no control, in war torn areas of the world, including Africa are we? Haitians right now, Chileans?

Maybe we could see their plight as an abundance of opportunities for us all to do all in our power to come to the aid?

Good question. What is abundance?!

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