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You'd have more if you were happier..

You'd have more if you were happier..




Scenario: I walk in the gym and see an old acquaintance. The conversation goes a little like this:

Me: What up brother? Long time!
Him: Yea man! What's up? How you doing?
Me: Everything man! Getting better by the day! You?
Him: I wish I could feel like that...
Me: Why can't you?
Him: I work too much doing_____, I don't have enough ___________, I hate ____________

The dude regurgitated EVERY negative thing that's in his life right now, or at least it seemed like it. When I hear young brothers and sisters speaking this way it makes my heart hurt. Most don't even realize what's going on...

Do you?

Do you realize what you speak happens? Do you realize that thoughts become things? Do you realize you attract the things you think about most?

You do? Good!

Let's go over things for those who don't YET...

Most people say "I'd be happier if I had more ____" There's only one problem with that. It doesn't work that way. You've got to be happy and let the rest sort itself out.

It may sound like hog wash at first read but is what you're doing work? Ok, let's go a little deeper..

Ever have an experience where you're thinking something negative is going to happen? Then it does? Then you get mad anyway? You're kind of frustrated but not super mad, because you KNEW it was going to happen. Immediately you start thinking you should start profiting from your psychic ability and become Mr Cleo 2.0( Or maybe that's just me). As crazy as this sounds, you brought it on yourself. You attracted the outcome..

How Meek?

You see, become, or attract what you think about most. You're constantly attracting things ALL DAY, whether you like it or not. If I were you, I'd want to attract good things!

If you're constantly thinking about the resources that you DON'T have, you won't have it. If you start thinking about having more resources than you'll need, it'll end up that way. It may not be tomorrow, or the day after, but it'll happen if your thoughts stay consistent. This principle doesn't care if the things you're thinking about will impact your life in a positive or negative way. I promise, it doesn't. It would benefit you to use this to your advantage and think positive thoughts.

You'd have more if you were happier. Change your thoughts, change your life.

I'll leave you with this:

A person is what he or she thinks about all day long. - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hope this helps.

Meek out..

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