There is something I use to struggle with early in my life. It is what to say and when to say it. I am not referring to the awkward social moments although that is included but I am referring to affirmations.

I always seem to have an enormous range of friends. From those who have been in great need to those who can basically ring a little bell at their bedside and have anything they desire. What is the difference? That was always my question.

It is rather simple, actually. In the Bible, we are told to claim things that aren’t as though they are. (Forgive me, I am not sure of the verse but you are welcome to help me find it.) Quite often, those who do not have anything are more caught up at looking at those who do and proclaiming what they do NOT have! This is important. They are constantly creating a cycle of poverty.

Those who have, are constantly claiming and “boasting” about what they DO have and how fortunate they are… and here’s the key… they claim things with confidence as though they are already in existence!

Rarely do the two groups sit down for a conversation at the same table and agree. Mostly because those who have and want more and believe with their words are not going to waste their time with those who are going to doubt. Why would they when they can get with their friends and enjoy talking about the abundances of the universe?

And why would those who have not, want to talk to those who do when they can get with their peers and talk trash about everyone else and proclaim their lack in the world.Image

You can want all day and night but until you begin talking with your mouth and believing with your heart that you have what you want… you won’t get them.

But those of us who do enjoy a land of plenty with milk and honey overflowing, we are going to keep on spending time with each other and proclaim all the miracles of life and enjoy them.

We are all living in a land of plenty, abundance and smothered with love. Are you going to partake in what is already available to you? I pray you do. You deserve it.

xxoo,

Fontaine

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