What does freedom mean to you?
Freedom means different things to different people. We hear a lot about it today. Webster has a generic definition of “FREEDOM” which is, “The power or condition of acting without compulsion; the absence of constraint in choice or action; relief from lacking something unpleasant.” Do you [...]
When I got over the initial shock of being urged to “seek alternative employment”, I found that I was just another one of the pack following the same traditional job-hunting procedures as everyone else. It seemed as though everyone is LOOKING FOR A JOB.
Every problem, every crisis, every conflict, whether personal, professional, corporate, national or international can only be resolved by this self-evident rule. However difficult it may seem, the law demands that we see the troubled world from a completely opposite point of view. The opposite of chaos, turmoil and discord is harmony, balance and perpetual well being.
They’re at it again! The news folks are telling us of an economic disaster and putting the country in a crisis mode again. If you are not a regular follower of this blog, this can be scary and you have great concern for your security. But if you have been following the message of this blog, you have learned to put first things first and adopt a healthy mindset in spite of the dire predictions of the “preacher of doom”.
The world view is focused on the economic downturn and potential collapse of national and world markets. This brings out all the self-appointed experts who analyze the situation and offer “solutions” that are subject to more scrutiny, analysis and debate.
If problems were controlled by law, they could never be negated but would be as perpetual and unchanging as the universe.
Money is not your supply. Money is one form your sense of supply takes; it is an effect of your mindset. The real nature of supply is not unlike honesty, love, gratitude, etc. Although intangible, they are real and cannot be depleted. They are infinite and omnipresent. You can prove this in your own experience by maintaining a conscious awareness of it to the exclusion of anything else.