Saturday, December 21, 2002
Need the least
Most of the things we think we need are not really necessary at all. They are merely confining, limiting thoughts that allow us to hide from our best possibilities.
The more you let go of what you need, the more you experience the awesome abundance of what you can really have. Stop telling yourself how much you need, and you’ll begin to discover how very much you can do.
When you focus intently on your needs, that will serve mainly to make even more of them. So focus instead on what you’re able to create, to accomplish, to become, and give life, give energy to those positive possibilities.
Your possibilities are always greater than your limitations. So stop pushing against those same old limitations and start flowing with the positive possibilities.
Life is meant to be filled with abundance, yet too often it is clogged with needless needs. The truly richest people are not those who have the most, but rather those who need the least.
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