The best you can do for anyone is to thrive fully and be willing to explain to anyone who asks how it is that you are thriving, and what it is that you’ve discovered—and then, just relax and trust that all truly is well.


Abraham Hicks

I’m circling back to a topic that is important to my wellbeing:
How is it that you continue to project such a positive outlook when events in your life conspire to bring you to your knees? is a question that many people ask me.


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My answer?
–Faith in the knowledge that whatever happens is SUPPOSED to happen.
–Following the knowledge that Law of Attraction has taught me:
that life can only get better when we dwell on the positive, when we focus on what’s good in our lives.  Centering on the positive aspects of what’s happening, will bring more of that into your life.


–I’m thriving because Law of Attraction strengthened my faith.  I discovered that Law of Attraction is simply another path to deepening my spirituality.
–Law of Attraction has helped me maintain my positive outlook, understanding that what I emit into the world will echo back.  If I project positivity, that’s what I will see reflected back.  Having discovered that, I do my best to continually be in a positive place.


–I’m thriving because I understand that life is meant to be lived and it is all about moving forward.
–I’m thriving because I understand that the Divine always has my back, that were it not for my faith I would NOT be here today.
–I’m thriving because I understand that there are no bad things that happen.


Many people see things as black or white, good or bad.
There is no good.
There is no bad.


Everything that happens in our lives is a lesson to help us move forward.
Everything that happens is always for the greatest good.


So when people ask how I can project such a positive outlook when in their eyes things look bleak, my answer is:
Things are never bleak.  Yes, sometimes I falter.  Sometimes life trips me up. However, because I’ve been following Law of Attraction for some time now and because it has moved my faith in a stronger direction I understand that life will balance out and that today’s lesson will help move me forward to tomorrow’s plan.


You can get there too.  It takes work to open your eyes, to remove those spiritual blinders, as I’m also fond of saying here at Wisdom and Life.  But once you take them off you will see things you never thought possible.


God is all around us.  You don’t have to attend a ceremonial weekly event to see HIM, to hear HIM.  You only have to seek HIM out.  Start by looking small.


Why am I thriving?
It is because my faith is stronger than my weakness.  That’s what it comes down too.
You can get there too.  Just find whatever brings you strength.  And start small.


Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.


Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.


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