The key to contentment is to consider.  Consider who you are and be satisfied with that.  Consider what you have and be satisfied with that.  Consider what God’s doing and be satisfied with that.  You’ll be amazed at how much more comfortable you’ll feel with yourself.  Finally consider this:
If contentment cannot be found within yourself, you’ll never find it.

God Always Has a Plan B
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I’m always fascinated how Law of Attraction and a belief in God go hand in hand.  What came first?  An interesting question to ponder.  One of the facets of Law of Attraction is to learn to be happy with what you have.  Don’t be looking around the next corner.  Stay in the present moment.  As it says in the above passage:
Consider what you have and be satisfied with that.

These are all simple spiritual lessons everyone can learn.  The challenge comes in putting these lessons into practice.  If you can practice these lessons on a daily basis you’ll find that your life, your outlook, your attitude will shift.  Life will shift.  You’ll become content, happy in the moment, joyful in life.

Be happy! Be Well! Be Positive!

Chris

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