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Friday, December 10, 2010

Interesting Thoughts to Ponder


You will notice that those who speak most of prosperity, have it. Those who speak most of health, have it. Those who speak most of sickness, have it. Those who speak most of poverty, have it. It is Law. It can be no other way... The way you feel is your point of attraction, and so, the Law of Attraction is most understood when you see yourself as a magnet getting more and more of the way you feel. When you feel lonely, you attract more loneliness. When you feel poor, you attract more poverty. When you feel sick, you attract more sickness. When you feel unhappy, you attract more unhappiness. When you feel healthy and vital and alive and prosperous—you attract more of all of those things. Abraham

8 comments:

The Barn Door said...

Good words to live by!

ilovemyhouse said...

This is soo true my dear.Today i feel very happy and see what happened, a lot of happy people on my blog.Loved your story in the comment, would be something for me as well.I feel like Bridget Jones all the time.
Sorry i'm not visiting your blog so much, but when i do you always make me smile.
XX

Bachelor said...

Powerful words of wisedom Kim...gives me positive vibes!
We are in the midst of a snowstorm up here.... be careful!
:) The Bach
Lord Thomas of Wellington

LadyCat said...

I agree with this completely. I was just telling someone the other day about the saying, "what you put out into the universe, comes back to you". If you are putting out negtaive thoughts, that's what comes back. Thank you for such a thought provoking post : )

Heather said...

oh this is so true. a great reminder! I'm LUCKY and HAPPY! (positive thoughts!) have a great night!

Diana Evans said...

oh wow....wonderful words....very true indeed!!!

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

True points to ponder. If you're feeling squirrely do you attract more squirrels? That must be the case with me. Like you, Kim, I have a little darling like the one here and she's been visiting me for two years. She now comes in the living room for her hazelnuts. She has special jars that hold pecans, hazelnuts, and sunflower seeds. I do spend too much time worrying about her, but she is beyond precious.

Hope you're having a wonderful holiday season!
Catherine

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

well, that surely is a nice remembering of the fact! i never really stand still on the subject(s), but it's very true! listening to my collegues sometimes.... oh la la ...